The Goddess and Grocer's Harvest Kale + Quinoa Bowl

The Goddess and Grocer's Harvest Kale + Quinoa Bowl

Eyeballs, skeletons, and ghosts are just a few of the “hauntingly creative” cookie designs available from The Goddess and Grocer this Halloween season.

Prices for a batch of the seasonally themed treats — as well as “dealer’s choice” assortments — start at $5 for a half dozen. Orders for pickup must be made 48 hours in advance. To see the full range of spooky possibilities or place an order, click here.

Halloween cookies from The Goddess and Grocer

Halloween cookies from The Goddess and Grocer

  

New fall specials

Other autumnal specials include seasonally-inspired dishes, soups, sweets, and drinks to complement the changing leaves and cooler weather. Among them:

The Harvest Kale + Quinoa Bowl

Roasted Brussels sprouts and sweet potatoes, curry chickpeas, manchego, pepitas, shaved red cabbage, and cilantro lime dressing.

  

The Short Rib Grilled Cheese

Butterkase cheese, arugula, pickled red onions, and horseradish sauce on a grilled challah.

  

A hearty soup selection

Gumbolaya, Thai Corn Chowder, and Butternut Squash.

  

Café drinks

Black Pepper Chai, Pumpkin Spice Latte, and a Hot Apple Cider.

  

Pastries

Featured pastries including the Pink Ribbon Cupcake, a devil’s food cake with marshmallow, pink buttercream, and a pink breast cancer ribbon. And if that's not sweet enough, The Goddess and Grocer will donate $1 from the sale of every Pink Ribbon Cupcake to the Lynn Sage Foundation in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month. 

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