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Halloween Pumpkins for Thanksgiving Dinner


The secret to cooking anything with pumpkin is the … pumpkin. Canned pumpkin and fresh pumpkin taste like two different things. Once baked, measure out what the recipe calls for and put the excess pumpkin in freezer bags for the next pumpkin pie, soup, bread or side vegetable.


Choose your pumpkin

Baking Sheet lined with tinfoil

1. With a long knife, cut your pumpkin in half.  Remove the seeds and save to make toasted pumpkin seeds for snacks, or use for planting in the spring for your own pumpkin crop.

2. If the halves are large  divide again.

3. Brush a little melted butter on the cut edges.

4. Place it cut side down on the cookie sheet.




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