Think of a pumpkin. You’re probably thinking of those orange things that people carve for Halloween. Now think of pumpkin pie, pumpkin spice latte, and other pumpkin treats. They are not made with what you would consider a pumpkin. You are thinking of the Connecticut Field Pumpkin, which is a cultivar of the parent species cucurbita pepo, which includes summer squash, winter squash, crookneck, pattypan, straightneck, and zucchini. The Connecticut Field pumpkin is great at making big, fast-growing, hollow gourds that are great for carving - but are stringy, watery, and not particularly tasty. The food ingredient “pumpkin” is made from Dickinson Pumpkin, which is a cucurbita moschata. C moschata includes butternut squash, calabaza, Korean zucchini, and Tromboncino. Dickinsons have smoother flesh and more of it - more like a canteloupe in terms of flesh/seed ratio.
JFC. Protestors are sitting in Tiananmen Square. They are very brave/poor students of history.
Master has given Dobby a glock
Teams that exceeded expectations
DBD AV Club
Our Crumbling Democracy
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Christmas lights: do you put them up and if so when?
Christmas tree: do you put one up and if so when?