Thursday, October 27, 2011

Pumpkin patch, below Menerbes

These pumpkins are the opposite of our Jack O'Lanterns. The are sort of a giant acorn squash, with 90% flesh and 10% seeds. The flesh is a rich orange and is quite dense. You'll certainly get your daily dose of beta-carotene from a serving of this. At this time of year a lot of the local chefs have a pumpkin dish on the specials menu.  This field was all lined up and ready to be put in a truck.

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