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Spooky Large Pumpkins - £1.00 / Medium Pumpkins - 50p @ Asda (In-Store & Online)
Spooky Large Pumpkins - £1.00 / Medium Pumpkins - 50p @ Asda (In-Store & Online)

Spooky Large Pumpkins - £1.00 / Medium Pumpkins - 50p @ Asda (In-Store & Online)

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Spooky Pumpkins
available In-Store & Online at Asda:

Large Carving Pumpkin - £1.00
Medium Carving Pumpkin - 50p

FANG'TASTIC Price...

22 Comments

when has a pumpkin ever been spooky?

http://ghk.h-cdn.co/assets/cm/15/11/5500112165cf7-great-pumpkin-lg.jpg

Brings a hole new meaning to pump kin shorts... or the orange weaner oO

At these prices there must be lots of farmers / growers getting royally bent over!

jonesinamillion

At these prices there must be lots of farmers / growers getting royally … At these prices there must be lots of farmers / growers getting royally bent over!



I don't even know why you'd farm pumpkins TBH.

agreed, I prefer to farm melons

Great price
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The ones in Aldi for a £1 are massive in comparison to these supposed large Asda ones

As Halloween is a US import, perhaps we should consider Trumpkins as well:

http://www.thenewsminute.com/sites/default/files/Trumpkin_trump_collage.jpg

jonesinamillion

At these prices there must be lots of farmers / growers getting royally … At these prices there must be lots of farmers / growers getting royally bent over!



Maybe, my local farm has a pumpkin patch hundreds of pumpkins, charges upto £4.00 for some larger ones..

https://scontent-lhr3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/t31.0-8/s960x960/14590082_873462409420702_3279989516622475552_o.jpg

maybe they shoudl shun the supermarkets.

Booksgrove Farm its called.

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Edited by: "haritori" 17th Oct 2016

aing69

As Halloween is a US import, perhaps we should consider Trumpkins as well:


As Halloween is a US import..... What?! oOoO

Excellent for roasting. Drizzle a bit of oil, salt, pepper, some bacon or bacon lardons on top whilst cooking absolutely delicious, get a few pumpkins and put them in the freezer if you have space, Halloween month is the best because they are always so cheap.

Ordered 2 yesterday with my shopping for delivery today, shopping came but no Pumpkins ?!- out of stock we were told. (Leeds)

summerof76


Hallowe'en is not American! but the obnoxious 'trick or treat' is!

Hallowe'en is not American! but the obnoxious 'trick or treat' is!

Honestly though, there’s nothing quite like a proper pumpkin soup. This one is an absolute basic from Maddie in our food team, and you can take it wherever you want with more spices, more ingredients and lovely toppings. Speaking of which, don’t forget to make the most of your pumpkin by roasting the seeds – they make a great topping for this soup.

jamieoliver.com/new…up/

Very good offer they are £3 at the co-op all sizes! And got loads at my local store.
Edited by: "rmaee" 17th Oct 2016

For 50p they are a decent size.

Will it last for the day of carving, I have no idea how long they keep for as I dont eat pumpkin.

It's nearly 2 weeks away Halloween will these keep that long ?

America ruined us with Pumpkins, try a turnip. I still remember the smell of burning turnip...
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