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ASDA Small Pumpkin 87p

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ASDA Small Pumpkin 87p

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As a pumpkin carver think about this that is a piffling pumpkin at any price, if you have a look at a certain farmers market / farmshop site (bigbarn) & stick in your postcode under veg you'll get a map of google with local growers to yourself, including seasonals like squashes & pumpkins.

I'm paying £2.50 for pumpkins with a 40inch girth from my local farmer (4 miles away) who if I wanted a decent kin from a shop would be £15 - £25
Butternut squash (delicious & a mere 70p compared to 1.95) with no air miles..

What always worries me about supermarket kins (esp tesco's) is that they tend to be grown abroad possibly eastern europe & the water is possibly questionable quality affecting making it dubious in terms of edibility.
Dogs like pumpkin guts (full power in the microwave for a few minutes with a bit of seasoning & lots of garlic) ..however if you feed too much then it can give them the squits, so in moderation please folks.
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MR GUS
As a pumpkin carver think about this that is a piffling pumpkin at any price, if you have a look at a certain farmers market / farmshop site (bigbarn) & stick in your postcode under veg you'll get a map of google with local growers to yourself, including seasonals like squashes & pumpkins.I'm paying £2.50 for pumpkins with a 40inch girth from my local farmer (4 miles away) who if I wanted a decent kin from a shop would be £15 - £25Butternut squash (delicious & a mere 70p compared to 1.95) with no air miles..What always worries me about supermarket kins (esp tesco's) is that they tend to be grown abroad possibly eastern europe & the water is possibly questionable quality affecting making it dubious in terms of edibility.Dogs like pumpkin guts (full power in the microwave for a few minutes with a bit of seasoning & lots of garlic) ..however if you feed too much then it can give them the squits, so in moderation please folks.

???. All in one breath X)
#3
Sorry, yes I'm busy drawing out stencils onto pumpkins for tomorrow morning..
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MR GUS1 person likes this
As a pumpkin carver think about this that is a piffling pumpkin at any price, if you have a look at a certain farmers market / farmshop site (bigbarn) & stick in your postcode under veg you'll get a map of google with local growers to yourself, including seasonals like squashes & pumpkins.

I'm paying £2.50 for pumpkins with a 40inch girth from my local farmer (4 miles away) who if I wanted a decent kin from a shop would be £15 - £25
Butternut squash (delicious & a mere 70p compared to 1.95) with no air miles..

What always worries me about supermarket kins (esp tesco's) is that they tend to be grown abroad possibly eastern europe & the water is possibly questionable quality affecting making it dubious in terms of edibility.
Dogs like pumpkin guts (full power in the microwave for a few minutes with a bit of seasoning & lots of garlic) ..however if you feed too much then it can give them the squits, so in moderation please folks.


Fab if Bigbarn operate in your area - unfortunatly they don't in ours :|
#5
The other thing to remember is that as harvesting has only just begun it'll still be a week before the pumpkins get from field through the distribution chain (I anticipate) so don't worry if there aren't too many in the stores currently.

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