Q: This season I am thinking of putting together a Halloween "passerby" BBQ for trick-or-treaters in my neighborhood. I live in Boston and have a nice sized corner lot (which is unusual in this city) and would like to have food, drinks, and games for children and families passing through.
Aside from hot dogs and corn, what would be an affordable and practical approach to feeding lots of people on the go?
This may seem a bit early to be asking questions about Halloween, but I can not stop thinking about it with these cool temperatures in New England. All suggestions and tips are greatly appreciated!
Sent by Catherine (Alllebasii)
Editor: Catherine, how fun! We'll give you a couple of links from our archives, but really we think that the readers will have fun with this one!
• The Ultimate Halloween Party Roundup: Menus, Party Ideas, and Inspiration from Around the Web
• Five (Classy) Halloween Treats from Martha Stewart
Readers, what would you suggest for Catherine's neighborhood Halloween BBQ?
Related: What Should I Serve at My October Housewarming Party?
(Image: Martha Stewart)