In the News: Week of October 23, 2017

With Halloween around the corner, we shared some articles on how to make holiday inspired treats. We also took the time to share a story about how how you can help out women in need, and how the food community is coming together to help with the fires in Northern California.

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Mondays are hard, but since National Boston Creme Pie Day fell on one this year, it definitely helped! This delicious recipe by pastry chef Stella Parks will do the trick!

In honor of National Food Day on October 24, we shared four ways that you can give back and help the hungry, courtesy of The Advertiser. That’s what the ‘Give’ in Eat Love Give is all about!

Halloween is just days away. What better way to celebrate the scariest holiday and todays ‘National Greasy Food Day’ than by checking out these spooky fast food items?

October 26 was your last chance to grab Krispy Kreme’s very limited edition of their Pumpkin Spice Glazed Donut in honor of National Pumpkin Day! Did you manage to grab any before they sold out?

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Did you host a Halloween party this past weekend? Food Blogger “Hellen Die” shared some dangerously, delicious recipes to make for your guests. Wash these meals down with an American Beer too, to celebrate National American Beer Day!

At Eat Love Give, we believe we all have a responsibility to give back to our communities. What better way to celebrate National Chocolate Day than by bringing light to Change Her World’s Chocolate Extravaganza, taking place on November 4. The charity aims to educate needy and vulnerable girls in northern Malawi, Africa. It also helps their families and communities by providing school supplies, teaching materials, and birthing kits. If you’re in Vancouver that weekend, make sure you swing by. Admission is free, and participants are asked to bring a face cloth to accompany the 1,000 birthing kits they send to Malawi each year. Read more about it here!

With all of the devastating natural disasters that have occured this year, we are very thankful for everyone who has stepped up and helped out. Eat Love Give is based out of Los Angeles, and it has been heartbreaking to see the devastating effects the wildfires have done to Northern California. We want to extend our gratitude and thanks to everyone who has helped out the vicitims of this awful tragedy. Here’s an article paying tribute to food trucks who have come out to help the vicitms, thanks to Off The Grid. Check out their amazing efforts here!

We hope you enjoyed these stories this week! Remember to always eat well, love more, and give back.

The Eat Love Give Family.

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