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The Oct. 3, 2012, edition of dash is included in Wednesday's print edition of The Journal Gazette.

Halloween treats focus of Dash

The latest issue of dash, the food magazine from the publishers of Parade magazine, is in Wednesday's print edition of The Journal Gazette. Here’s a quick peek at what's inside --

  • Dashboard: What to do with an excess of apples this fall, and the best way to ice a cake in four easy steps.
  • Easy entertaining: Start with a batch of cupcakes and a can of frosting, then let the decorating fun begin. Check out instructions on how to make seven spooktacular treats. How to make Franken-Kit Kats.
  • Shop smart: Put some spice in your life with a recipe for Chicken Tikka Masala.
  • From epicurious.com: Warm up to fall this season with some of these super-fast recipes for soups and stews, including Spicy Beef Stew, Slow Cooker Chicken Noodle Soup and Curried Pork Stew.
  • Label to table: A recipe for Sesame-Honey Chicken Stir-Fry. Plus, find meals ready in 30 minutes or less on the new Simple Kitchen blog at dashrecipes.com/simple.
  • Sweet endings: Have a spoonful of old-fashioned comfort with this recipe of Bread Pudding with Dried Fruit. For a Dark Chocolate Crunch variation, go to dashrecipes.com/breadpudding.

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