I like to add sand around the planting area for drainage. It’s hard to believe such a large plant and pumpkin comes from this little seed. Thank you Steve Geddes in NH for giving me the opportunity to grow this seed. It came from a pumpkin he grew two years ago that weighed 2066 lbs.
He gently pulled off the sheet used to protect his progeny from vandals and garden pests. With the furrowed-brow seriousness of a scientist, he draped a measuring tape around the pumpkin’s white bulbous flesh, rattling off numbers side-to-side and end-to-end.
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Preheat your oven to 200˚C/Gas 6. Place the squash in a baking dish, drizzle with oil and season. Turn cut-side down and bake for approx. 45 mins, until the flesh is tender when pierced with a knife.
To deep fry hulled seeds, allow 1/4 cup cooking oil for every cup of seeds. Fry at 250 degrees Fahrenheit until seeds are golden brown. Drain on absorbent paper and store, tightly covered.
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Once the seeds have been boiled and drained, they need to be dried. I used to do it by plopping them onto a towel and patting them dry. Predictably, and annoyingly, all the seeds then stuck to the towel. It was during the testing of this recipe that I finally figured out a way around this problem. Given that we’re going to bake the seeds anyway, why not start by drying them out first in the oven? Then add your fat of choice – oil or butter – and continue to bake them, stirring occasionally, until they’re almost crispy and golden, which takes a while. I say “almost crispy” because the baked seeds don’t achieve complete crispiness until they cool off completely.
Nook! Love this new Downtown restaurant! They are very creative and most dishes are under $20. On the dinner menu! And great portion sizes! Highly recommend this place!
While peanuts are ubiquitous on menus, for some operators they provide the starting point for unexpected and innovative items like Foie Gras PB&J Ice Cream at frozen-dessert specialist Coolhaus that combines Hudson Valley foie gras with salty peanut butter and fragolini â sugar soaked Italian strawberries. In a similar vein, diners at Win Son Taiwanese Restaurant in Brooklyn, N.Y., can order their Tian Miantuan ice cream dessert with butter-fried peanuts and cilantro for $2 extra.
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Some friends of mine took me to this new restaurant, Saint Germain, the last time I was home in New Orleans. Our heads pretty much exploded. Every dish brought us so much joy and then so much depression when it was finished. I was really amazed by how much thoughtfulness was packed into each plate. Every component felt essential without feeling fussy and every dish had a really interesting backstory. (Not to mention everything was delicious.) Also, the chefs were super gracious hosts and the space is a tucked away little gem in the Bywater. I really hope I can get a table the next time I’m home.
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