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    The pumpkin.

    Never carved it.

    No idea what to do with it.

    Don't understand pumpkin pie and whatever other recipes out there. They all seem over complicated.

    Finally opened it tonight and some of those seeds in the pumpkin had sprouted! So into a little food tub they go and who knows, may be they will join the tent at a later date?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Valentina View Post
    The pumpkin.

    Never carved it.

    No idea what to do with it.

    Don't understand pumpkin pie and whatever other recipes out there. They all seem over complicated.

    Finally opened it tonight and some of those seeds in the pumpkin had sprouted! So into a little food tub they go and who knows, may be they will join the tent at a later date?
    I still have an uncarved one... Wonder what the inside of that looks like lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macky View Post
    I still have an uncarved one... Wonder what the inside of that looks like lol
    Pithy and stringy.

    I cooked a section of it up, came out reasonably like chips. With enough ketchup it's actually quite hard to tell the difference if I am not paying attention. Guess it turned out okay.

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    Chop it up, oil, salt, pepper, oven for an hour. Id call that dinner haha nom nom

    Good in soup too
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    Quote Originally Posted by Valentina View Post
    The pumpkin.

    Never carved it.

    No idea what to do with it.

    Don't understand pumpkin pie and whatever other recipes out there. They all seem over complicated.

    Finally opened it tonight and some of those seeds in the pumpkin had sprouted! So into a little food tub they go and who knows, may be they will join the tent at a later date?
    outter skin pealed off, diced up, big oven tray, olive oil, few smashed cloves of garlic, salt n pepper, throw in the oven at 200c for 10 mins, take out jumble up add more oil if needed back in oven until crispy n golden, roasted pumpkin ftw, best part is any left overs can be wizzed up with a bit of cream n you’ve pumkin soup!
    skin it roll it lick it twist it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by UpT0wn View Post
    Chop it up, oil, salt, pepper, oven for an hour. Id call that dinner haha nom nom

    Good in soup too
    beat me to it

    oh n theres a few recipes on the pumpkin carving thread somewhere n what to do with the pumkin seeds too most roast n season with spices makes a tasty healthy snack

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    Quote Originally Posted by lipnobody View Post
    outter skin pealed off, diced up, big oven tray, olive oil, few smashed cloves of garlic, salt n pepper, throw in the oven at 200c for 10 mins, take out jumble up add more oil if needed back in oven until crispy n golden, roasted pumpkin ftw, best part is any left overs can be wizzed up with a bit of cream n you?ve pumkin soup!
    Feck peeling it, youll be there till next halloween. I just eat mine lol everyone else seems to put it to the side when theyve finished with the rest

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    Quote Originally Posted by lipnobody View Post
    beat me to it
    Too busy peeling ya veg thats why ;-) lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by UpT0wn View Post
    Too busy peeling ya veg thats why ;-) lol
    lmfao im one of those shovelers as mother calls us, food on fork, in mouth repeat chew while getting next forkfull, have no time to fuck about eating around the hard skin! plus if you’ve ever worked in a comerical garden youd peal fucking everything too!!!!
    rats piss, cat shit n god knows what else inaveratly gets caked onto them! loaded up onto a muddy filthy tractor trailer used for everything on the farm!!

    easier to cut off the skin than peal i must admit.

    spuds on the other hand get scrubbed with a stiff brush just!

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