Don't just toss your pumpkins in the trash this year. These orange beauties have so much more to offer than to just look pretty on your front porch.
1. pumpkin puree
Pumpkin puree can be used to make many things including muffins, pies, cookies, breads, soup, and pumpkin spice lattes. It will keep in the fridge for a week or in the freezer for a year.
2. Roast the seeds
There are many different flavors of roasted pumpkin seeds that you can try.
3. Wash, dry, and save the seeds
You can plant your own pumpkin patch next year with the seeds you collect from your pumpkins.
1. Free range eggs look better than store bought eggs
Farm fresh, free range eggs have a rich, golden colored yolk and a thick white that holds its shape. Store bought eggs have a pale yellow yolk with a watery white.
2. Farm fresh, free range eggs taste better than store bought eggs.
Farm fresh, free range eggs have a much richer robust flavor, whereas store bough eggs are a little more bland and lighter in flavor.
3. free range eggs have more nutritional value than store bought eggs.
Store bought eggs are not nearly as nutritious as farm fresh, free range eggs. This is because commercial hens are often kept in cramped cages, with little access to the outdoors and aren't able to get their essential nutrients they need to remain healthy.
Studies have shown that farm fresh eggs have more nutritional value than store bought eggs with:
Q: Why do pumpkins sit on peoples porches?
A: They have no hands to knock on the door.
Q: What did a pumpkin say after Thanksgiving?
A: Good-pie everyone.
Q: What did the orange pumpkin say to the green pumpkin?
A: You look a little sick.
Q: Why do pumpkins do so bad in school?
A: Because they had all their brains scooped out.
Q: What do you call an overweight pumpkin?
A: A Plumpkin.