I followed you here from Down to Earth. I can't believe there is a shortage of pumpkin of all things! And it's so easy to grow. We are just about to plant our crop for this year in NZ and still have 1 and 3/4 pumpkins leftover from last harvest. Happy baking!
I went and checked...I have 2 cans. I'll be saving those for holiday pies just in case I can't find any.
Amazing !Now it looks like you can see ahead with the stock you've made ;>)Canned pumpkin can't be found here, only fresh ones... Oh, by the way, sweet friend, could you share your recipeof pumkin bread ? Never tasted it, and would like having a try. THANKS(((HUGS))) & smiles,NADINE
I had to beg and plead with my friends to come up with a can of pumpkin for my son's favorite birthday muffins last month....had I known about the shortage before then, I would have saved my last can!!! I was told there would be cans back on the shelves before Thanksgiving...I sure hope so!
Supply and demand, what an amazing price on e-bay for such a 'simple' thing. I process my pumpkin from fresh too, put it in the steamer for 40 minutes or so. When it's cooled, I skin it with a vegetable peeler. Happy baking!
Long time since I have been to see you but you got me at your title. I don't have any on my shelves!! I'll just have to wait for the new crop. I love pumpkin bread too!!!How did the chicken thing work out??XO, Fern
It looks like I will have to be waiting for more pumpkin to appear on the shelf - unless I can nab a fresh pumpkin that is! Happy pumpkin bread making!
Holy Cow! I had no idea. I have a few cans in my pantry, but I would much rather learn how to make my own. Thanks for the information!
I had no idea of this - I'll have to look for some at the store when we next go. I haven't thought about pumpkin all summer.
Post a Comment