Backyard bonfires <3

Nights like this lead to Love like ours. You light the spark in my bonfire heart. People like us—we don’t Need that much, just some- One that starts, Starts the spark in our bonfire hearts

Autumn <3

Bonfire in the Boondocks! Memories are apart of the light, tremendous heat, sound and smell of a massive pile of wood on fire!

Bonfire! Well, fire, little fires, fire pits, ect. The light, tremendous heat, sound and smell of a wood fire is really calming and fun for me.

Bonfire in the Boondocks! Memories are apart of the light, tremendous heat, sound and smell of a massive pile of wood on fire!

Marshmallow op een stokje

Dazzling Sprinkled Marshmallow Pops - These candy-coated marshmallow pops offer an impressive array of textures and color, thanks to assorted Wilton Sprinkles!

Tasty recipes for loaf cakes from Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall's River Cottage Baking.

River Cottage Baking recipes: loaf cakes

Sticky gingerbread Tasty recipes for loaf cakes from Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall& River Cottage Baking.

Don't forget the kids' mittens to keep fingers safe... We love these big woolen ones!

Sparklers are a great addition to any bonfire night, just remember to keep your digits safe! Gloves/mittens are a great idea as not only do they keep you warm, they'll also protect you when sparks are flying!

Traditional Bonfire Night Yorkshire Parkin

First things first - if you want this to be properly sticky for Bonfire Night - get baking it right away! Secondly, it's probably best not to look at the rest of this recipe if sugar horrifies you.

Happy Guy Fawkes Night! Try some Parkin - a traditional English recipe for a sticky, oatmeal ginger cake to be eaten around the bonfire on Guy Fawkes Night which because of our long historical ties to the UK is still celebrated here in Newfoundland.

Parkin - Traditionally eaten on Guy Fawkes Night in northern England, Parkin is a sticky ginger, spice and oatmeal cake. Think an oat-y gingerbread with a brownie-like texture.

Guy Fawkes' Catholic Gunpowder Plot - an attempt to blow up England's Houses of Parliament and Protestant King James I on November 5th 1605 - left an enduring legacy in England, though clearly not the one Fawkes had hoped for. Celebrated annually as Guy Fawkes Night/Bonfire Night throughout Great Britain over 400 years later.

Bonfire Night: Guy Fawkes fireworks displays in London, Lewes, Manchester and across the UK

Guy Fawkes Night ~ Fireworks over the Tower Bridge London on the UK's annual Bonfire Night celebrations, November. The date that Guy Fawkes' conspiracy to blow up the Houses of Parliament was foiled.

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