Pumpkins are related to squash, cucumbers, and melons.
Use your pumpkin as a seasonal decoration and when it’s served it’s purpose, eat it!
Remove the seeds and cook pumpkin like a winter squash to soften the flesh, then puree and use in baked recipes or soups, or chop for curries or a side dish.
Toast pumpkin seeds with olive oil and spices to serve as a snack.
Keep pumpkins out of direct sunlight and extreme temperatures, hot or cold, and they should last several months in a cool, dry place.
We have a few different types of pumpkins available each year in the Abundant Harvest Organics produce boxes.
Sugar Pie Pumpkins