While you’re busy figuring out whether to be sexy Ken Bone or to crank up your costume to Heidi Klum intensity, chefs are counting down the days until they can get their hands on sugary, nostalgic candies of their childhood.
“As a kid of the '80s, Halloween brings back vivid memories of slasher Michael Myers and trick-or-treating with pillowcases until the late hours,” says Adam Schop, the chef at Miss Lily’s in New York City. “I remember getting excited about Reese’s Cups, Lemonhead, Swedish Fish and Sugar Daddy, and today I still grab my favorites from my kids' loot!”
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Here’s what chefs are stocking up on this Halloween: