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Chicken-Pumpkin Tacos

Chicken-Pumpkin Tacos

It’s pumpkin season! But why limit it to just pies an muffins? Incorporate nutritious pumpkin into fall dinners like these flavorful tacos, overflowing with spicy vegetables and cheese. Each is a meal in itself!

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Pumpkin Tex-Mex Chili

It’s pumpkin season! But why limit the celebration to just pies and muffins? Serve this colorful, hearty chili with cornbread and a big green salad and you’ve got the perfect meal for a crowd.

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Pumpkin Cornbread

Pumpkin Cornbread

This fabulous tea bread is not too sweet, but the cornmeal makes it interesting enough to disappear quickly!

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5 Ways To Keep Your Jack-O-Lantern Fresher Longer

5 Ways To Keep Your Jack-O-Lantern Fresher Longer

Nothing is more un-festive than a sagging, rotting Halloween pumpkin on your front porch. Try these easy tips to help prolong your Jack-O-Lantern’s life.

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Create Your Halloween Rooster O’Lantern!

Create Your Halloween Rooster O’Lantern!

For Halloween, use our custom pumpkin stencil to create your own Rooster O’Lantern masterpiece — and win a prize!

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Everything Pumpkin!

Everything Pumpkin!

It’s our own pumpkin patch! We’ve put together our favorite pumpkin recipes, facts, growing tips and more — all in one spot!

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Drink Your Pumpkins!

Drink Your Pumpkins!

More than just for carving, nutritious pumpkin can be used in smoothies and other delicious drinks. Try these recipes!

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Oatmeal: Breakfast’s Heavy Hitter

Oatmeal: Breakfast’s Heavy Hitter

There’s nothing like warm, satisfying oatmeal on a wintry morning to fortify us from the inside out.

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These Halloween Dinners Are a Real Scream!

These Halloween Dinners Are a Real Scream!

Halloween-inspired dinner ideas that are ghoulishly good!

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