We may associate jack-o’-lanterns with Halloween, but pumpkins are a cooking staple used throughout the fall here in New England. In fact, this colorful vegetable, which is actually a fruit, is not only only visually pleasing but also extremely versatile and takes center stage in brisk November. Try out some of our favorite pumpkin recipes, and when you’re scraping out the meat, be sure to save the seeds. Roasted or toasted, pumpkin seeds are the perfect autumn treat.
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