If you want to bring a bit of autumnal flair to your table, nothing says fall feast like pumpkins! The pumpkin’s gorgeous orange hue makes any dish it’s added to as visually appealing as it is appetizing. Pumpkin pies, pumpkin spice, pumpkin soup – there are plenty of ways to enjoy this fruit.
Since pumpkins are part of the squash and gourd family, there are plenty of varieties to choose from and new breeds being introduced to the market. But which pumpkins are good for cooking? You can’t just roll up to a garden center or farm stand and grab a decorative pumpkin. Here are ten pumpkins that are meant for the kitchen.
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