Post by Lauren
In Europe, Halloween isn’t such a big holiday. Gabe & I had a few friends over so that we could properly celebrate.
First, he carved a pumpkin, which is a necessity for Halloween. By the way, large pumpkins are sold sparingly at the big grocery store, labeled Gros Halloween, or Fat Halloween.
Then, I made a few “scary” dishes:
Then, a few friends joined us for the fun. Note, most of them came on public transport and got lots of odd looks. Including people who were taking photos of them. Again, Halloween is very strange here, especially to dress like characters (see yesterday’s post).
You are probably wondering who won the pumpkin? Well, the big prize goes to The Girl in the Dragon Tattoo.
Congrats and Happy Halloween!