How you dispose of a pumpkin depends on whether or not you’ve already carved or decorated it. If you want to eat your pumpkin, be sure to buy a pleasant-tasting variety and keep it intact.
First, pumpkins – garish and slimy ... But when the carving is finally complete, a candle illuminating the primitive face you have exhaustedly scratched into your fibrous enemy, you can enjoy ...
Spooky season is wrapping up, and with all the candy passed out and the last flames of the jack-o'-lantern candles extinguished, pumpkins across the country will soon be losing decorative ground ...
More than one billion pounds of pumpkins are grown in the U.S. every year, and after they’ve been used for Halloween decorations, pies, and jack-o’-lanterns, millions of them—large ...
Halloween has come and gone, but the pumpkin you bought to celebrate the holiday likely has not. There’s plenty that can be done to recycle Halloween pumpkins and jack-o'-lanterns if the idea of ...
DECOLONIZING YOUR DIET has become somewhat of a social movement. On Instagram, there are more 15,000 posts carrying the ...
A picture of a knife cutting into the top of a pumpkin, right, and the top being removed from a pumpkin, right. Preparing your pumpkin is an important first step before deciding on your design.
Ever present at family meals, Christmas parties, and Thanksgiving dinners, pies hold a special place of honor in every home.
The lack of oxygen in landfills means organic matter like pumpkins produce methane gas, a greenhouse gas that's harmful for the climate. Videos about how to responsibly dispose of your jack-o ...
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These pumpkin bars have it all—a buttery shortbread crust, a pumpkin-pie custard and a crunchy ... [+] cinnamon and brown sugar streusel topping. Do you have a favorite part of Thanksgiving?
Life is full of contradictions, but much less flush with splendid pies. Take the refrain “as American as apple pie;” it ...