So you have a big pumpkin sitting on your porch and you wonder if you can actually eat it. Yes, you are good to go as long as it is not spoiled.
Is yours spoiled? It’s really pretty hard to say. Some areas are pretty cold during the fall season, others are not. Here in California I probably wouldn’t let a carved pumpkin sit for more than a day before processing it into something edible. Use your judgment.
How will roasted jack-o-lantern actually taste? I have some thoughts for you in the video. Spoiler: It won’t taste as good as you hope.
As for how to cook it your jack-o-lantern, check out the how-to by mom below and find her many videos on cooking squash here.
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Roasted vegetables: How to roast them and lots of ideas on using them
What to do with all of your green (immature) butternut squash
Enjoy a holiday-inspired latte and save a few bucks at the same time…
So you want to bake a pumpkin pie? Don’t use pumpkin at all. Use this instead….