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Medium pumpkins 75p large pumpkins £1.50 @ Morrisons

£0.75 @ Morrisons
Saw these in store yesterday , medium ones are good size for 75p and the large ones were £1.50. Everything gets earlier every year but some people may want them now. Medium ones online, couldn't… Read More
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8m, 3w agoFound 8 months, 3 weeks ago
Saw these in store yesterday , medium ones are good size for 75p and the large ones were £1.50.

Everything gets earlier every year but some people may want them now.

Medium ones online, couldn't find the large ones online.
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8m, 3w agoFound 8 months, 3 weeks ago
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Edited By: lugsy3 on Oct 02, 2016 09:14: add pic
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Yay! was wondering when they would be coming out, thank you :)
#4
I was looking for a new bowling ball
#5
They had them in store for a week... But I need some in between... Their medium I would have called small and their large ones are too big.. Hoping asda etc will get some soon!
#6
What do people use to carve their pumpkin? I've tried small kitchen knives and are too big, I've tried the cheap carving kits, but they always snap. Was thinking of maybe a dremel tool, but can't justify £30 for just once a year's use!!? All help appreciated
1 Like #7
Saw these on friday in local too
#8
TheDobbus
What do people use to carve their pumpkin? I've tried small kitchen knives and are too big, I've tried the cheap carving kits, but they always snap. Was thinking of maybe a dremel tool, but can't justify £30 for just once a year's use!!? All help appreciated


Hubby uses a drill, he really does.
Or sharp knife
#9
AnnaMak
TheDobbus
What do people use to carve their pumpkin? I've tried small kitchen knives and are too big, I've tried the cheap carving kits, but they always snap. Was thinking of maybe a dremel tool, but can't justify £30 for just once a year's use!!? All help appreciated
Hubby uses a drill, he really does.
Or sharp knife
Didn't think of a drill, thanks
#10
They will be bad before Halloween ! I got one pumpkin last year from Morrison's and It was rotten ! I have had them from ASDA before and it was ok. so I will be going to ASDA this year.
#11
TheDobbus
AnnaMak
TheDobbus
What do people use to carve their pumpkin? I've tried small kitchen knives and are too big, I've tried the cheap carving kits, but they always snap. Was thinking of maybe a dremel tool, but can't justify £30 for just once a year's use!!? All help appreciated
Hubby uses a drill, he really does.
Or sharp knife
Didn't think of a drill, thanks

A sharp knife is all you need our kids can manage it so can't imagine why you would need to use a drill. Just hold the knife correctly so you don't cut yourself.
#12
eslick
TheDobbus
AnnaMak
TheDobbus
What do people use to carve their pumpkin? I've tried small kitchen knives and are too big, I've tried the cheap carving kits, but they always snap. Was thinking of maybe a dremel tool, but can't justify £30 for just once a year's use!!? All help appreciated
Hubby uses a drill, he really does.
Or sharp knife
Didn't think of a drill, thanks
A sharp knife is all you need our kids can manage it so can't imagine why you would need to use a drill. Just hold the knife correctly so you don't cut yourself.
As I said, knives are too big and I'm not looking for an end product that looks like your kids did it! I'm looking to do one with nice intricate details.
#13
rmaee
They will be bad before Halloween ! I got one pumpkin last year from Morrison's and It was rotten ! I have had them from ASDA before and it was ok. so I will be going to ASDA this year.

Saw these instore today, and they had a best before date of 7th November, but I really can't see them lasting that long. Better to wait a couple of weeks, then buy, but don't leave it too long as they'll have nothing left by the last week of October.
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TheDobbus
eslick
TheDobbus
AnnaMak
TheDobbus
What do people use to carve their pumpkin? I've tried small kitchen knives and are too big, I've tried the cheap carving kits, but they always snap. Was thinking of maybe a dremel tool, but can't justify £30 for just once a year's use!!? All help appreciated
Hubby uses a drill, he really does.
Or sharp knife
Didn't think of a drill, thanks
A sharp knife is all you need our kids can manage it so can't imagine why you would need to use a drill. Just hold the knife correctly so you don't cut yourself.
As I said, knives are too big and I'm not looking for an end product that looks like your kids did it! I'm looking to do one with nice intricate details.

That's why I didn't know why knives didn't work you never mentioned you wanted it intricate but you have never seen the ones my kids have done either :)
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TheDobbus
As I said, knives are too big and I'm not looking for an end product that looks like your kids did it! I'm looking to do one with nice intricate details.

You won't get intricate with a drill, use a small sharp knife. Although for the kind of thing you mean maybe buy one of those little shaving things people use for pumpkins?
#16
http://imagizer.imageshack.us/a/img922/2423/Y2FwXA.jpg
#17
I take scaples home from work to carve
#18
For anyone who hasn't tried it, pumpkin soup is really nice and very filling too!

Don't waste the flesh from the carved pumpkin it will feed a family - for even greater value !
#19
Pumpkin is also great for dogs.
#20
£1 for large ones in Asda.

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