There are so many great conversations on the Hotline -- it's hard to choose a favorite. But we'll be doing it, once a week, to spread the wealth of our community's knowledge -- and to keep the conversation going.
Today: Don't let those guts go to waste.
Lately, we've talking a lot about pumpkins: how to roast and puree the flesh for your cakes, pies, and cookies; how to roast the seeds for snacking; and how to consume so much of the orange stuff this season that you may find your skin taking on pumpkin-like tones itself.
But while we thought we covered everything about the Great Pumpkin, we forgot to talk about one part: the goopy, slimy innards. Summer of Eggplant finished carving pumpkins with her kids and was stuck on what to do with the stringy pulp they scraped out, so she turned to the Hotline for help. As usual, our community has lots of creative ideas:
More: Big on broth? Try making a flavorful stock with Parmesan.
How do you make use of pumpkin guts? Tell us in the comments or join in the conversation over on the Hotline!
Photos by James Ransom
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