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large pumpkins £1.00 @ ASDA

£1.00 @ George (Asda George)
as the title says...happy carving ;)
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7y, 4m agoFound 7 years, 4 months ago
as the title says...happy carving ;)
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#1
Thanks for posting. We managed to get a big one from our Local Co-op for £1.50, but think it was last one and was priced for quick sale.

Tesco's were doing their big 'uns for £3.50!

Charlie Brown
#2
Ooh that's a great price, will have to go and have a look... Tesco's were dead dear last week, think it was £2 or more for a titchy little one.
#3
damn I'm working there at 5 lol
Arms are gunna be hurting
#4
Picked one up today. Big means Big!!!
#5
Nice find, gonna pop over shortly.

Will they last until halloween if bought and carved now though?
#6
I was at the Canary Wharf ASDA last night at they were miserable excuses for pumpkins. All were about the size of a mini football. The Tesco in Surrey Quays were far more adequate for £2 each.

The sizes of pumpkins will probably be store specific. Good luck.

Voted neutral.
#7
Thanks for the heads up....

But when you say 'big' how big is this? could you give a comparison? Cheers.
#8
call that big, last year my son grew a 4 stone pumpkin, now thats LARGE!!
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Babbabooey
Nice find, gonna pop over shortly.

Will they last until halloween if bought and carved now though?


A cut pumpkin left outside and away from rain / direct sunlight will last a week. We're cutting ours this friday night.

Some people store their pumpkin in the fridge, or put vaseline on the cut surfaces to prolong the life, but I've never bothered.

If you find it getting a little too soft just before halloween, you can soak it in the tub in cold water for an hour and it will firm up a bit.
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toughCookie
Thanks for the heads up....

But when you say 'big' how big is this? could you give a comparison? Cheers.


just got one monday and most were over a foot in hieght anda good 1 1/2 in diameter
#11
Babbabooey
Nice find, gonna pop over shortly.

Will they last until halloween if bought and carved now though?


they had a BB date of mid november
#12
Turbonerd
A cut pumpkin left outside and away from rain / direct sunlight will last a week. We're cutting ours this friday night.

Some people store their pumpkin in the fridge, or put vaseline on the cut surfaces to prolong the life, but I've never bothered.

If you find it getting a little too soft just before halloween, you can soak it in the tub in cold water for an hour and it will firm up a bit.


Cheers, repped. Will hold off carving until next week.
#13
genuinemonkey
just got one monday and most were over a foot in hieght anda good 1 1/2 in diameter


wow, will have to pick some up if they are that big. Cheers and repped for the added info :thumbsup:
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#15
disneygirl
call that big, last year my son grew a 4 stone pumpkin, now thats LARGE!!


nope this is large
http://cosmos.bcst.yahoo.com/up/player/popup/?rn=3906861&cl=15941590&ch=4226713&src=news
#16
I can't be bothered with all the hassle of carving out one of these things. Better to buy a plastic one that lights up and that saves all the bother and mess.
#17
Hot!Bought two today.Tesco had the same size ones for £3.50.
#18
http://www.celebrating-halloween.com/images/vomitting-pumpkin.jpg
#19
top price, £3 at sainsburys!

Heat & Rep, i love carving pumpkins!
#20
Does anyone have any good sites to get some carving patterns?
I've used Zombie Pumpkins for the last few years, and despite them being really good patterns their selection doesn't really go up much.
#21
Cheap as chips
#22
Lakeside
http://www.celebrating-halloween.com/images/vomitting-pumpkin.jpg


Lol very nice :thumbsup:
#23
these make great pudding/porridge
#24
Brilliant :-D
#25
I've created a Pumpkin Preserving tips page. Happy Halloween!

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/508150/tips-for-preserving-a-carved-pumpki
#26
Anyone know a good recipie for pumpkin soup?
banned#27
the LARGE ones at my Asda werent that big , about the size of a childs head
#28
I picked up a really good sized one yesterday in Asda yesterday for £1, definitely bigger than even an adult's head!! ;)
#29
In Scotland we use neeps instead of yer American pumpkins:whistling:

(Thats turnips BTW)

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