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It's the Great Pumpkin Edition
Gourd season is officially here, and with it, delicious recipes and fun projects
By: Food Gardening Network
While they may be what you see on prominently on display, October isn't just about pumpkins. This is the season of winter squash and root vegetables, too! Bright summer flavors might be winding down, but the earthy, sweet flavors of fall are just getting started. In fact, there's still time to plant some of these delightful late season flavors!
The winds may blow and the nights may be a little cooler, but you can still plant vegetables like onions, spinach, carrots, and more. We'll take a look at some of these in this issue of Food Gardening Magazine. We'll also get into some fun projects like carving pumpkins, saving and cooking pumpkin seeds, and, naturally, enjoying pumpkins, winter squash, and other root vegetables in the kitchen!
Here are some exciting articles and videos to look forward to in the Pumpkin Carving October Issue of Food Gardening Magazine:
● 5 Vegetables to Plant in October
● How to Start Saving and Cooking Pumpkin Seeds
● The Best Pumpkins to Grow for Carving & Tricks for the Ultimate Jack O'Lantern
● Pumpkin Grilled Cheese with Caramelized Onions and Bacon
● A Giant Pumpkin Tale
● 6 Tips for Storing Pumpkins
The latest issue of Food Gardening Magazine also features our deep dive collections on Pumpkins, Winter Squash, and Beets.
As much as we love pumpkin muffins and pumpkin pie around here, there's a lot more you can do with this versatile gourd! How about pumpkin chili or pumpkin butter? In How to Use Pumpkins in Unique Ways, we'll look at seven fun and unusual ways to use pumpkins this season.
If you grow winter squash, you've almost certainly seen it. Those broad, lush leaves begin to look like they're coated in a fine white powder. In 25 Types of Powdery Mildew-Resistant Squash, we'll review 25 varieties of winter squash in a variety of types that you can grow without the worry of powdery mildew.
Beets are generally good neighbors in the garden, but these six companion plants are some of beets' best friends. Check out Beets Companion Plants for the Garden, to find out what to grow with your beets.
Take a look at the October Issue of Food Gardening Magazine at https://foodgardening.mequoda.com/