All Hallows Eve – 2022

Happy Halloween Everyone! Very rarely do I reblog, or share the same information twice, but every now and then, I do. Sometimes we forget good stuff and it is fun to revisit it. Here is some interesting information about the origins of Halloween. I hope you all have a happy, safe Halloween.

I would love to see this furry crew at more door tonight, or every night really.  Happy Halloween.

A Jeanne in the Kitchen

Happy Halloween everyone.  Halloween is also known as All Hallows Eve, All Saints Day, and Samhain as well.  However you decide to call this day of celebration, it has always been surrounded with magic, mystery and superstition, dating back from its beginnings with the Druids and the Ancient Celts up through today.  The Ancient Celts and Druids celebrated this last day of October as the end of summer and harvest and the beginning of winter.  They believed this last night before their new year began was when the boundaries between the world of the living and the world of the dead blurred, and the ghosts of the dead returned to earth.  It was celebrated with bonfires and sacrifices made to the Celtic Gods.  Costumes have always been a large part of the ceremonies.  Because times were harsh and there was often not enough food, the poor would go out begging…

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Author: ajeanneinthekitchen

I have worked in the restaurant and catering industry for over 35 years. I attended 2 culinary schools in Southern California, and have a degree in culinary arts from the Southern California School of Culinary Arts, as well as a few other degrees in other areas. I love to cook and I love to feed people.

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