Can’t Find Canned Pumpkin? Libby’s Released an Official Statement: “Keep Calm and Pumpkin On”
The large canned pumpkin retailer is addressing fan worries about squash stock.
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Dense, creamy, and fiery-fleshed, heirloom pumpkins are ripe for roasting.
Yes, the Squash You're Buying at the Grocery Store Could Be from Last Year
It's fine to eat, but you might want to prep it differently.
Fact Check: Is There a Shortage of Canned Pumpkin This Year?
Have no fear. Pumpkin will be here.
Whole Roasted Pumpkin with Green Beans and Red Curry Rice
Long Island cheese pumpkins have deep, vibrant orange flesh and a sweet, nutty flavor. They roast smooth and creamy, making them the ideal squash for pies, purees, or serving as edible vessels for soups and curries. Here, rice is cooked to a risotto-like texture inside the pumpkin with red curry paste and coconut milk. Serve it as a hearty and warming main course or as a side dish for roast fish or pork. Bring the whole pumpkin to the table on a rimmed baking sheet or platter, and spoon the saucy rice, studded with spoonfuls of tender pumpkin, into shallow bowls. Be sure to line the baking sheet well, as the pumpkin may release juices during baking.
Roasted Butternut Squash with Chorizo-Spiced Kale
With its earthy sweetness and dense texture, butternut squash makes a hearty vegetable steak. At Chaval in Portland, chef Damian Sansonetti highlights its complexity with his chorizo spice mix. He blooms the blend of cumin, Pimentón, and coriander in oil to release their aroma, which provides a smoky foundation for this shoulder-season dish.