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When are pumpkins in season?
Pumpkins are typically harvest in September - October. Pumpkins are sensitive and do not handle frost or moisture well. They typically take around 100 days to 150 days to harvest and can't be planted until the threat of a frost has past.
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in the summer or spring
I don't think you can. I spoke to a pumpkin farmer in April about buying a couple of pumpkins, and he said it was impossible as the harvest isn't until September. However you …might get them early. Early is in July if you are lucky. The only pumpkin you can get all year round is canned pumpkin.
I don't think it really matters. On their earlier albums, they were called Smashing Pumpkins, and then it was The Smashing Pumpkins, and now, with the release of their album Z…eitgeist, it seems they have gone back to just Smashing Pumpkins. I have all of their albums. The only ones I can't find are Machina I (but I do have a single from it) and their B-side compilation album, Pisces Iscariot. If and when I manage to find those albums, I'll update the answer. Anyway, on their first albums, Siamese Dream and Gish, it's just Smashing Pumpkins. But starting with the release of their third album, Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness, it's The Smashing Pumpkins. These are the CDs I have where they are called Smashing Pumpkins: Gish (1991) Lull EP (1991) Siamese Dream (1993) Disarm single (1993) And these are the CDs I have where they are called The Smashing Pumpkins: Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness (1995) Lost Highway Soundtrack, "Eye" (1996) The Aeroplane Flies High Boxed Set discs (1997) A Very Special Christmas 3, "Christmastime Has Come" (1997) Batman & Robin soundtrack "The End Is the Beginning Is the End" (1998) Adore (1998) Ava Adore single (1998) Stand Inside Your Love single (2000) But the album Zeitgeist (2007), the first album they've made since they broke up and reformed with different members, lists them as Smashing Pumpkins.
A pumpkin is a squash fruit, usually orange in colour when ripe. Pumpkins grow as a gourd from a trailing vine of the genus Cucurbita Cucurbitaceae. Cultivated in North Americ…a, continental Europe, India and some other countries, as well as in English cottage gardens, Cucurbita varieties include Curcurbita pepo, Cucurbita maxima, Cucurbita mixta, or Cucurbita moschata all plants native to the Western hemisphere. The pumpkin varies greatly in form, being sometimes nearly globular, but more generally oblong or ovoid in shape. The rind is smooth and variable in colour. The larger kinds acquire a weight of 40 to 80 lb (18 to 36 kg) but smaller varieties are in vogue for garden culture. Pumpkins are a popular food, with their insides commonly eaten cooked and served in dishes such as pumpkin pie; the seeds can be roasted as a snack. Pumpkins are traditionally used to carve Jack-o'-lanterns for use as part of Halloween celebrations. Botanically it is a fruit, referring to a certain plant part which grows from a flower. However it is widely regarded as a vegetable in culinary terms, referring to how it is eaten.
I assume you are peeling it with the intention of eating it. The easiest way to peel it is to cut it in half, scrape out the seeds, and bake it for an hour or so until soft. … It will be hot, but the orange rind will slip off quite easily. If you want to peel a raw pumpkin, you can try using a potato peeler...good luck.
Pumpkins are a squash-like fruit. They grow on a vine. A fruit is a a vegetable that has an edible substance around the seed or seeds. A pumpkin is a type of squash. A ber…ry is defined a fruit with a ripened ovary. Technically a pumpkin is a berry just like a watermelon. It is a fruit because a pumpkin is a fleshy plant that has seeds in it and comes from a flower. Most people group sweet edible produce as fruits and less-sweet produce as vegetables. In that case, a pumpkin would be considered a vegetable. Yes, even though it's a "culinary vegetable", botanically speaking it's a fruit: a seed-bearing structure derived from the ovaries of a plant. Botanically speaking,yes.
Pumpkins are available in stores during the Halloween time. Either that or you can get them on a farm.
Grocery store. Or, if it's Autumn and the Fall Festival is in town, then go to the festival and there's a pumpkin picking patch there.
Yes, pumpkin pie contains a large amount of pumpkin.
A can of pumpkin is pumpkin puree, it's just that someone else has already pureed it for you.
Every type of fruit has a stem. It all grows on plants. The plant provides the fruit with food so the fruit can grow. A pumpkin is a fruit just like an apple or an orange.
When the vine is ready it makes the pumpkins and thats when the pumpkins are on the vines.
Pumpkin taste like sweet potaoes ... but then again it also is bitter
How old your pumpkin is might be the problem. A pumpkin produces food after 1-2 years; the leaves taste good boiled for the meantime though!
Yes, its just very rare and unlikely