Do they still teach cooking in school? Get past even lazy parents - get the kids cooking!
Your texter paid far too much, I bought two good sized Grey pumpkins the other day for that price.
GD - as I recall mrspdm got a couple at a dollar each a week ago and they may even be cheaper around Hastings if one looked hard enough.Still he/she is on the right track as far as meals are concerned.
I'm struggling here.Seems like a great deal of work.I'm assuming of course the pumpkin purchaser used the only method known to make pumpkin edible (i.e. feed it to a bovine, kill and butcher the bovine and grill the steak or roast the rest.Wouldn't beef stock be easier?
There's nuthin' quite like a good bit of punkin pie. MMMMMMMMMMM smell the cinnamon.Ou rpunkins are even cheaper. They are growing at the back of the yard.
Pumpkin pie, oh yeah. Made one yesterday but unfortunately the kids now like it too, ony one piece left in the fridge this morning.
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