Quick Tip: How to Roast Pumpkin

Autumn brings many flavors to the table and one of Mother Nature’s most popular is pumpkin. Whether your whipping up bread, pie or cookies you will need a pumpkin puree and it’s always better fresh. When choosing your pumpkin, remember to use the small sugar or pie pumpkins, not the larger ‘front-porch’ variety. After your oven-roasted chunks cool, you may store them covered in the … Continue reading Quick Tip: How to Roast Pumpkin

Pump(kin) up your beer! by Ginger Johnson

Fall is not only in the air, it’s in your beer. As harvests continue and bloom into full hay wagons full of squash and produce, look for pumpkin beers to try. Having done a pumpkin beer sampling at an event last fall, I can tell you that they are widely different in their flavors, sweetness and dryness. Some will smell and taste like pumpkin pie … Continue reading Pump(kin) up your beer! by Ginger Johnson