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Old 10-27-2006, 10:27 AM   #11
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Let me know if there is a difference.
My girlfriend's dad carves tons of pumpkins, so he'll probly have a white one that I might steal the seeds for.
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Old 10-27-2006, 12:12 PM   #12
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Hey gobo, I figure since I don't get to go out trick or treating the seeds are MY treat! LOL. I DO share...but usually only after I'm stuffed.
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You'd rather pumpkin seeds over candy!?

Eeep

I fear the damages of father time.
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You'd rather pumpkin seeds over candy!?

Eeep

I fear the damages of father time.
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Did I say that? I don't think I did. LOL. And watch it youngster!
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Maybe you should go trick-or-treating too.
Pay some kid on the street to go do a round for ya. :P
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Maybe you should go trick-or-treating too.
Pay some kid on the street to go do a round for ya. :P
LOL!!! You really think any kid is going to give up loot? Not for any $. I have two kids that go out and they aren't willing to part with much. And anything they WILL part with I'd have to arm wrestle Ken for. I can be patient and wait til the candy goes on sale for 75% off after Halloween.
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Old 10-27-2006, 12:47 PM   #17
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I'll do it for $40.... American. :P

I'll get in my buddies car, get some for you... then do a trip for us, and we'll fill his car with candy.


Hallowe'en sales rule! Aswell as Easter sales. I love those cadbury mini eggs.
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I just got done with my THIRD batch of pumpkin seeds. I cooked them at 400 degrees for about 25 minutes. I washed them best I could, dried them best I could, tossed them in some evoo and put them on a cookie sheet and sprinkled them generously with sea salt. I checked them every 10 minutes. The last batch I needed to hurry so I raised the heat to 425, I don't reccommend that, they were brown but still tasted the same. The seeds from the white pumpkin taste the same as the others. Hope everyone's seeds turn out as good as these did! Thanks, everyone, for your help!
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