National Holidays
Food Holidays
Drink Holidays
Weird Holidays
Animal Holidays
Federal Holidays
Calendar Directory
Calendar A-Store

Popular Holidays
Federal Holidays
Mother's Day
Father's Day
Valentines Day
St. Patrick's Day
Halloween Home

Halloween Home
Halloween Recipes
Music Chamber
Media Room
Candle Meanings
Friday the 13th
Haunted House Sites
Halloween History
Party Drinks
Safety Tips
Scavenger Hunts
Spooky Websites
Virtual Tours
Halloween Site Map
Candel Meanings
Halloween Site Map

Food Holidays
Baked Bean Month
Hot Dog Month
Iced Tea Month
Dairy Month
Watermelon Month
Pecan Month
Breakfast Month
Catfish Month
Honey Month
Egg Salad Week
Waffle Week

"Be Entertained
by our Directory!"
Fun Stuff
Today's Fun
Headline News
Today In History
Comic Strips
Todays Cartoon
Dessert of-the-day
Greeting Cards
Trivia Tournament
Daily Bible Verse
Joke of the Day
Random Joke
Crafts & Hobbies
Fun Page Exchange!
Fun Page Exchange!
Add this page to your favorites.

Site Map  /  Site Info  /  Feedback Form  /  Aboutus.org  / Terms of Use  /  Privacy Policy  /  Hot Links
Our Video Clips  /  Calendar Directory  /  Calendar Store   /  Blogger  /  Send Greeting Cards  /    /    /  Thank You!

Copyright 2004 & Up / Gone-ta-pott.com - All rights reserved.
Welcome to our Directory for Pumpkin!

National Pumpkin Month
Pumpkin Seed Facts
Roasted Pumpkin Seed Recipes
Pumpkin Carving
Pumpkin E-Cards
Pumpkin Recipes
Pumpkin Soup
Pumpkin Soup Recipes
Pumpkin Bread Recipes
Pumpkin Pie Recipes
Thick Pumpkin Dip
PumpkinCarving 101


What is Pumpkin?
A coarse vine widely cultivated for its non-keeping large pulpy round orange fruit with firm orange skin and numerous seeds; subspecies of Cucurbita pepo include the summer squashes and a few autumn squashes.

Pumpkin Fun Facts

Find more definitions at:


Pumpkin Seeds
The hulless or semi-hulless seeds of pumpkins can be roasted and eaten as a snack, similar to the sunflower seed. The seeds are often prepared by separation from orange pumpkin flesh, mixture with a generally salty sauce (Worcestershire sauce, for example), even distribution on a baking sheet, and oven-heating at a relatively low temperature for a long period of time. They are a good source of essential fatty acids, potassium, and magnesium.

Wandys Roasted Pumpkin Seeds

Cooking Pumpkin
Pumpkin is delishious and can be cooked in many different ways.  When ripe, the pumpkin can be boiled, baked, and roasted, or made into various kinds of pie, alone or mixed with other fruit.  Some people say that pumpkin pie tastes similar to sweet potato pie and is always served with whipped cream on top. Pumpkin can also be eaten mashed with butter and spices and is traditional to eat at autumn holidays.  One of the best ways to eat pumpkin is incorporated into soups.  Smooth Pumpkin Soup is something that everyone needs to try!  Hot Pumpkin Soup is perfect for the winter and is best served with crusty bread to dip it in.  At our house, pumpkin soup makes it on our table many times before the pumpkin season is over.  We have our very own recipe that you can find here.
(Smooth Pumpkin Soup Recipe)
When you pour milk in a pumpkin and bake it, it makes pudding.
Pumpkin Recipes

Why Pumpkins Are Better Than Men

-- Every year you get a brand new crop to choose from.

-- No matter what your mood, pumpkins are always
  ready to greet you with a smile.

-- One usually makes a better pie.

-- They are always on the doorstep there waiting for you!

-- If you don't like the way he looks, you just carve up
  another face.

-- If he starts smelling up your place, you can just throw
  him out.

-- From the start, you know a pumpkin has an empty,
  mush filled head.

-- A pumpkin is turned on (lit-up) only when you want
  him to be.


Erin Martin
Buy posters at AllPosters.com
Baked Pumpkin Pie Recipe
Buy this Magnet at AllPosters.com