While the majority of your peers will be trying their artistic hand at carving jack-o'-lanterns and getting upset when theirs doesn't look like the one in the picture, you'll be enjoying pints of fresh pumpkin ale, poured straight from the admirable pumpkin keg you just made.
Given that the fall season is here with an abundance of pumpkin and sweet potato love, I would like to introduce a classic dessert that is near and dear to my heart, picarones. As a kid, my family and I use to go to the street vendors to eat these delicious morsels, as a Sunday treat.
Leading up to Thanksgiving, we think it's completely reasonable to practice on as many pies as possible -- those apples aren't going to cook themselves into a warm, buttery crust, after all. Whether you stick with the classics or experiment with something new, grab a fork and dig in.
I utilize my creative problem-solving skills to make something even more imaginative -- with a no-carve pumpkin. Once you've decided to forgo the messy knife and spoon, you can start to dream up how you'll be decorating your pumpkin DIY-style!
Carving pumpkins is one of fall's best activities. If you have kids, it's a great family activity, but even if you don't, hacking apart the autumn staples and putting them out on your porch can inspire a ton of compliments and it will make you feel quite artistic.
Thanks to the efforts of Illinois farmer Gene McMullen, the North American record for the heaviest pumpkin now sits at 2,145 pounds. McMullen's Cucurbita Maxima Brobdingnag is the second greatest pumpkin the world has ever known.
Not only do you like change, but you like the changes associated with fall. You see orange leaves and think about pumpkins, which gets you thinking about Halloween, which gets you thinking about how much fun you had at last year's Halloween party, and now you feel really good.
Happy Fall, Ya'll! I don't know about you but I LOVE changing up our front porch decor with each season or holiday. Come check out My Front Porch using simple tips and tricks to create a beautiful entryway in no time.
Fall is here, and that means it's time to light your pumpkin spice candle, bring out your sweaters, stock up on Halloween candy, and most importantly pick out your pumpkins! Fill your home this fall with colorful and creative pumpkins by trying one of these new ways to decorate pumpkins.
In the age of social media, the summer time can be a very strenuous season of the year. After all, this is your chance to show all your friends and creepy strangers the baller life that you live off of your un-tenured elementary school teacher salary. But get ready for fall!