Read: Trick or Truffles by David Leite
In New York, Halloween often sees parents guiding their kids on ransacking missions through enormous co-ops. Our food king decides it’s time for childless adults to tip the tables and get their due.
Excerpt: "I’ve devised a simple way to assure that we pitiful childless tenants throw open our doors for the kiddies in the building—even for little Lili, the petulant three-year-old next door who’s sure to grow up to be a leather-clad dominatrix with tattoos covering 82 percent of her body: Let us adults go trick-or-treating, too. I win, you win, and the kids are none the wiser."
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