A quick post to share this post from Food52, not only showing the henge, but telling how to create it!
Attending a Halloween party soon? Unable to attract as much attention as shapely she-devils, vagina masks, and Boston terriers dressed as walruses? Now you can be the life of the party and wow everyone with your candy corn Stonehenge creation!!
Okay, it’s true, people may still completely ignore you, but you’ll be doing your part to bring back that old time religion and put the Samhain back in Halloween, so there’s that!
And you can send Clonehenge your photos afterward!
See another candy corn henge from 2009. And here’s another Halloween post on Clonehenge: the Witch Henge. And possibly our scariest post of all was about the Caelum Moor sculptures in Texas!
Keep safe, bring a costumed dog to your party, and until next time, friends, Happy Halloween henging!
Henging never goes out of style. 🙂
And—you didn’t send us photos??? Cheesehenges are the most common of foodhenges, with the possible exception of cakehenges, but we are always ready to see more!
Not long ago I attended a pagan birthday party in Devon where there was a Henge made of giant blocks of cheese.