Pumpkin Carving HEAB Style

by HEAB on October 31, 2009

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So as I told you before, Kabocha means pumpkin in Japanese.

Diana dared me to do it…Diana, I accepted your dare. :)

First I had fun with some fruit and veggies…

Mr. Kabocha Head

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Then I slow roasted Mr. Kabocha Head in a 275° oven for 2 hours. After he was all nice and cooked through, out came the knife…

My Kabocha Jack-o’-Lantern

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Then I got hungry. Sorry Mr. Kabocha Head…

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Pureed roasted kabocha with stevia, vanilla, and cinnamon in the AB jar.
Even though I felt like a complete cannibal, I must say this tasted amazing! It’s green because I pureed the squash, skin and all. Yes, I always eat the skin. Yes, I’m lazy. :)
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