Hi folks. How goes it today? Hope you’ve recovered from all that blog partying, I know it’s taken me a few days! I’d never joined in a shindig of that scale before and while it was pretty exhausting it was unbelievably fun. I really cannot praise Vanessa enough! Can’t wait for the next one :) Anyway, I’m going to spend the rest of the evening calling in on any party posts I might’ve missed and catching up with all the wonderful comments on my own post. Thank you all so much, by the way! I actually just reread the thing and it’s riddled with typos, though I’m not going in to fix them ‘cause for some reason Blogger always messes up the spacing anytime I try. I think you all got the gist of it either way. But still, it’s bugging me!
Right, I suppose I better post something now. How about some edible art? I thought these sculptures by Dimitri Tsykalov might do nicely, particulary after all my chat about decorative Halloween food. These are definitely far too amazing to eat, but they might provide you with some festive inspiration. Forget the pumpkins and turnips, why not try your hand at cabbage carving?!