(bread, really, but you get where I’m going. Oh, you don’t? Well…)
I told you the story here. It was a very fun, albeit wet, adventure with grandma.
Pumpkin carving party!!!!!
Lorelei helped me collect as many pumpkin seeds as we could from the many, many pumpkins that were carved that day. We squished and swished the guts in water and did our best to collect the tasty seeds for roasting.
About toasting and roasting the seeds:
Part 2: In a 400º oven, I roasted the sugar pie pumpkins for a good long time, maybe an hour and a half. I knew they were done when the house smelled warm and gourdy, and when a knife slid easily into the flesh. I let them cool overnight and scooped the flesh away from the skin.
Hickup! You’re welcome.
Happy holidays everyone. I send my best and hope to not use the 'P' word for a very, very long time.