Also known as All Hallows Eve, Halloween is celebrated in many countries throughout the world and is said to be the time of the Christian or liturgical year dedicated to remember the dead, including saints, martyrs and all faithful departed believers. Source
For many, it welcomes the fall of the year when the leaves have turned colors of orange, red and gold and is the time of harvest and preparing for winter months.
Black and White Wednesday is a day in the week in which we post our culinary images not in color, but in varying shades of black and white. To strip the color from a culinary images allows us to see in a different light textures, lighting and many other facets of an image that are overlooked when colors are abundant. I am happy to be hosting BWW #148, created by the very talented Susan of The Well Seasoned Cook and continuing in her footsteps, Cinzia of Cindy Star Blog and on whose blog you can read the rules and host line-up for this very popular blog event.
Please send the URL of your post and attached image no larger than 750 X 500, 72 ppi to lynnylu AT gmail DOT com by Wednesday, 10:00 am New York time. Looking forward to your contributions.
Please do not use images or text without my permission.