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Halloween Guide, Tucson Culinary Festival and Donut Hole Eyes in Today's Eater's Digest

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Too Much Good Stuff
It's Halloween weekend and there is just too much good stuff going on for us to list in little ol' Eater's Digest. Check out the New Times Halloween Guide and figure out where you are going to show off that one-of-a-kind sex kitten or pirate costume. Our vote is for the three-night long Dia de los Muertos celebration at the newest addition to Mill Ave., Canteen Tequila Bar. If you would rather avoid Mill Ave. like the plague, Join Hula's in Phoenix for the Freaky Tiki Halloween Party benefiting the Phoenix Children's Hospital.

Tucson Culinary Festival
Wanna get outta town? The 2010 Tucson Culinary Festival is happening this weekend at the Loews Ventana Canyon Resort. The wine lovers Reserve Tasting, featuring small batch, boutique wine tastings, will take place Friday night under the stars from 7 to 10 p.m. The Grand Tasting which will feature a selection of over 100 different wines and spirits and food from more then 40 Tucson Chefs. Click here to purchase tickets and for more info.

The Hills Have Eyes
We don't really know if the hills have eyes and actually these eyes have nothing to do with the movie. For our very last cute Halloween idea for the season, we bring you the Stab My Eyeballs Out with a fork and Eat Them Donuts. Okay, we know you are super busy putting the final touches on that pumpkin costume and are far too busy to make donuts from scratch, so we have a better idea --- just use the pre-made powdered donuts holes. Totally inject-able and decorate-able but without having to spend hours frying and dipping. Spooky!

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