Peanuts by Charles Schulz for November 06, 2016

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    Monster Hesh  over 6 years ago

    Yuck. Snuffy Smith made a similar reference last week, and not even as a joke. At least as a child Peppermint Patty can be forgiven for not understanding that the filthy week-old candle-scorched hull isn’t the part of the pumpkin you make pie out of.

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    Templo S.U.D.  over 6 years ago

    What was Peppermint Patty thinking: giving away a jack-o’-lantern?

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    Andrew Capp  over 6 years ago

    Pie in the sky?

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    dave1960  over 6 years ago

    What else can you do with a hollowed out pumpkin?

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    bigcatbusiness  over 6 years ago

    I just hope Peppermint Patty doesn’t try to share that pie.

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    Chad Cheetah  over 6 years ago

    The Great Pumpkin will not be happy!

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    Robert Nowall Premium Member over 6 years ago

    Too bad she wouldn’t meet Marcie for a couple years…she could’a asked her…

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    RoseHawke  over 6 years ago

    It’s probably not the right kind of pumpkin anyway. You want a sugar pumpkin for pie.

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    Dean  over 6 years ago

    I see a lot of them flattened in the middle of the street.

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    Marblemouth  over 6 years ago

    They fit nicely in a garbage can. As far as cooking them, there are Jack-O-Lantern pumpkins and cooking pumpkins. Neither type should be used for the purpose of the other.

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    Number Three  over 6 years ago

    I’ve never tasted pumpkin before. What’s it like?


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    Asharah  over 6 years ago

    Most pumpkins used in jack-o-lanterns are bred for looks and don’t taste very good. Pumpkins for baking are called sugar pumpkins.

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    TheWildSow  over 6 years ago

    We make a beef stew in a pumpkin shell every year around Halloween. You use a (smallish) jack-o-lantern pumpkin and it’s fine to scrape out some of the pumpkin flesh when you serve the stew. Tastes like any winter squash.

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