Ready or not, pumpkin spice season is on it’s way — and it’s coming up faster than you may think.
A variety of pumpkin-flavored goodies are already starting to hit grocery store shelves — from Pumpkin Pie Kit Kats to Starbucks’ Pumpkin Spice Latte creamer — despite September, never mind October, still being weeks away.
Carving a pumpkin or two is a quintessential October tradition—even if it’s 90 degrees out, creating a Jack-O-lantern at least makes it feel like fall. It is also quite messy thanks to pumpkin guts, and dangerous if you don’t know what you’re doing with a knife, especially if you cave in to Internet pressure and opt for a difficult design. That’s why we’ve rounded up tips and truisms to make sure your fun family project stays that way.
Cheesecake is like a little miracle, in no small part because it is two of my favorite things: cheese and
While you’ve been wasting the past few days watching the NFL or MLB tiebreak games… or if you’re really desperate, the Ryder Cup… New Hampshire has been celebrating the accomplishments of a true champion. On Thursday night, a man at the Deerfield Fair broke the record for the largest pumpkin ever grown in North America.
I’ve always considered myself a fan of pumpkin and other winter squash. I love a creamy pumpkin soup on a crisp fall day, and I am always down for a slice of hearty pumpkin bread. But recently things have gotten a little out of hand. See, pumpkin is so overwhelmingly popular this time of year because it’s in season.