Ancient people of North America, such as the Zuni, had domesticated pumpkins and other squash thousands of years ago.
The pumpkin is native to North America, and some of the first pies were made from those grown by the Native Americans near the Virginia colonies. (see related link)
t is a affectionate nikename for a pumkin used in colonial times?
The Native Americans used pumpkins in a variety of ways. They ate them, including the seeds. They would dry the pumpkin and ground it up to make flour. They also used the shell to make bowls for eating out of and for storage.
Johnny gave Pumpkin farmer clothes and, in return, Pumpkin had to give Johnny his musket from the military. Johnny gave the musket to Rab once he had obtained it.
Most likely one of the early Colonists, after pumpkin was introduced to them by the Indians.
No a pumpkin is a fruit but it is usually used as a vegetable (e.g. in soups, roasts etc) It is generally savory except when used in pumpkin scones or pumpkin pie
Well first you get a carving knife and carve any face in your pumpkin. Then you make the inside of the pumpkin hollow- and stick the appropriate size candle in your pumpkin and then you have a glowing pumpkin!
Many squashes can be used interchangably with pumpkin.
Instead of carving a jack-o-lantern, you can decorate your pumpkin. First, get an apple corer. Then get your pumpkin and core out little polka-dots all over your pumpkin. It looks very cute in the end!!(don't forget to empty the inside of your pumpkin first!!)
pumpkin is the 1234321 of science. The first awsome guy to find it out was awesome josh
where were pumpkins first made
the pilgrims took a pumpkin and hollowed it out.then they put milk, honey, and spices in to the pumpkin and baked it over hot ashes and they got the first pumpkin piethis was answered by a 10 year old
Jap stands for "Just Another Pumpkin," which was used because growers could not figure out how to market this particular kind of pumpkin.
Little pumpkin My little pumpkin Sweet little pumpkin I love pumpkins and I've always thought the word pumpkin used to describe babies is adorable!
A bugle gramma is a type of pumpkin that is often used to make pumpkin pies.