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Cooking Up Pumpkin Pancakes & Mochi Waffles From Vegan Cooking For Dummies by Alexandra Jamieson Posted Wed 08 Dec 2010 3:26pm I was recently in my hometown of Portland, Oregon (Go Ducks!) to visit my family and promote the publication of my third book, Vegan Cooking For Dummies. One of the coolest parts of the trip home was speaking at Powell’s Books, the mecca for all bibliophiles, and appearing in a cooking segment on the local talk show AM Northwest. Watch ... Read on »
Recipe Tuesday – cooking a pumpkin! by Lori K. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 16 Nov 2010 1:30pm Okay, I know that most of you (myself included) just buy canned pumpkin already done.  But if you should happen to come into possession of a pie pumpkin, the effort it takes really makes a tasty difference! I will admit here that I never do this.  John always does the pumpkins, but I happily consume the end result You can actu ... Read on »
Cook Pumpkins in your Crock Pot by Anne S. Posted Mon 14 Oct 2013 12:01am True story: I had read this post at Stacy Makes Cents about cooking spaghetti squash in your slow cooker . Apparently, after reading it, my mind automatically replaced the spaghetti squash with pumpkin… which isn’t all that odd come to think of it, since I really don’t love spaghetti squash but I do looooovvvee pumpkin! Anyway, a few days late ... Read on »
Five Ways to Cook a Pumpkin by Anne S. Posted Fri 25 Oct 2013 12:01am No matter what kind of pumpkin you have, how much time you have, or what sort of equipment you have… there is a way to cook your pumpkin! Say whaaaa? Why yes, dearie, you can cook that beauty right on your stove top! My friend Jackie shares the instructions on her blog, Blessings Overflowing . Now this method requires hacking the pumpkin ... Read on »
‘Tis the Season for No-Cook Pumpkin Pudding by culturedcook Posted Mon 04 Nov 2013 5:10pm Pumpkin Yogurt Pudding Now that Halloween has passed, it’s time to eat those pumpkins! (Or it’s time to buy canned pumpkin, which is nearly tumbling off pumpkin-populated grocery store shelves.) Pumpkin pie, pumpkin ice cream, even pumpkin beer. During autumn, pumpkin goes with everything. So how about some no-cook pumpkin pudding? ... Read on »
How to Cook Pumpkin Seeds for Halloween and Beyond by Project Swole Patient Expert Posted Tue 14 Sep 2010 8:03pm We recently talked about the sweet Omega 3 and antioxidant benefits of pumpkin seeds. Since the autumn is upon us and Halloween fast approaches, I thought it appropriate to discuss some Pumpkin Seed Recipes. Every time you carve a jack-o-lantern you end up with a Halloween decoration and a bowl full of stringy, slimy, ... Read on »
How to Cook a Pumpkin by Hesitantly Healthy Posted Wed 13 Nov 2013 11:25am It’s pretty much fall-ter right now – the colder portion of fall, but not quite winter.  While many of you can figure this out by observing the inclement weather in your part of the country, us southern California folks have to rely on other key indicators – namely, the availability of pumpkin spice latte’s at […] The post How to Cook a Pump ... Read on »
An Apology, New Job, Cooking with Kids and Pumpkin Scones with Ginger Glaze by Melissa McD. Posted Thu 18 Nov 2010 10:30pm Hello! My name is Melissa and I am the gal behind My McDonald Meal and I owe you an apology! I am very sorry I have been absent for a few weeks but I promise it's been worth every minute. A few months ago I mentioned to you all that I had landed a cool new job, well I now feel comfortable enough to let you all in on my special secret. My passion ... Read on »
The Sportsaholic cooks. Subtitle: Pumpkin Love. by Carla B. Patient Expert Posted Thu 13 Nov 2008 1:17am This week’s guest chef is Molly. I fear we (the royal) may need to refer to her as Reluctant Guest Chef since I nagged her until she caved requested she share this recipe mere moments after she mentioned it here in a comment. Please to welcome the Sportsaholic! (*cue applause*) I am a self-professed sportsaholic that is quickly ... Read on »