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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.

MR GUS

As a pumpkin carver think about this that is a piffling pumpkin at any … 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)

Sorry, yes I'm busy drawing out stencils onto pumpkins for tomorrow morning..

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As a pumpkin carver think about this that is a piffling pumpkin at any … 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.



Fab if Bigbarn operate in your area - unfortunatly they don't in ours

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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