Monday, November 3, 2008

sumpin pumkin G-I-V-E-A-W-A-Y!!


what you could win:


yes that would be the most adorable apron you've ever seen!
(made, of course, by—the booth ladies—)


what we are looking for:
creative pumpkin ideas

it could be a recipe-type product, a decoration-type product, ya know...
just a little...
sumpin pumkin.

the rules:

1) on YOUR blog, post the idea/recipe/whatever comes out of your brilliant head...

2) on THIS POST, leave us a comment with a link to YOUR blog and we will all go check it out and steal your idea!

3) we will randomly select from those who comment to find the winner of our first giveaway and we will feature the blogs and recipes that we love right here on {the booth}.

Good Luck!

the giveaway will end on Nov 15th, be sure and pass it along!



12 comments:

Emily said...

Holla at ya, booth ladies. I think this blog is going to be fun. Check out my favorite pumpkin recipe and hear me now and believe me later when I tell you it is crazy easy. I'm excited to see the other recipes, too. Marilyn has a TON. Her awesome cookbook has an entire pumpkin section! That's what I'm talking about.

Emily K Jacob A said...

Hey I have a post I'd like to see. How do you take the waist in on a pair of pants? I often have to take my pants to the tailor for $12-16 a pop for this seemingly simple alteration. How do I do it myself?

Maria said...

This is my new favorite way to use pumpkin...pumpkin pancakes with cinnamon syrup. The perfect fall breakfast!! Give them a try: http://lichtyfamilyblog.blogspot.com/2008/10/pumpkin-pancakes-with-cinnamon-syrup.html

Maria said...

http://lichtyfamilyblog.blogspot.com/2008/10/pumpkin-pancakes-with-cinnamon-syrup.html
Sorry here is the link!!!

Maria said...

http://lichtyfamilyblog.blogspot.com/2008/10/pumpkin-pancakes-
with-cinnamon-syrup.html

Serendipity said...

Hi there! Thanks for dropping by. I'm so glad you did! Otherwise, I wouldn't have known about this great blog!

I've just recently learned to enjoy pumpkins (yes, hard to believe what I've missed all these years LOL). I've attempted making my own pumpkin soup. It's edible but not fantastic. Hope I'll learn more about pumpkins here.

Once again, thank you so much!

Calli O. said...

Pumpkin Bars/Cake
www.cookingwithcalli.blogspot.com

krummenacher family said...

Is the Booth Open?
Kelly made the Pumpkin Breand and I made the Fancy Punpkins. Love the BB (Booth Blog).

http://krummenacherblog.blogspot.com/2008/11/best-pumpkin-bread-ever-fancy-fabric.html

Anonymous said...

(from Delia)


Pumpkin Dump Cake

(Wonderful dessert for a special event)

30 oz. can of pumpkin 16 oz. can evap. Milk

1 t. ginger ½ t. gr. Cloves

1 cup sugar 4 eggs

2 t. cinnamon 1 pkg. yellow cake mix

1 cup chopped nuts 1 ½ sticks butter



Mix pumpkin, milk, ginger, cloves, sugar, eggs and cinnamon together and pour into 9 x 13 greased & floured pan. Sprinkle dry cake mix and nuts on top. Cut butter very thin and cover dry cake mix completely. (I cut the butter with a cheese slicer) Cook at 350 degrees for 1 hour. Serve w/ whipped cream.



Super Yummy!!! Enjoy!

Anonymous said...

(from Karen)


Pumpkin Cookies

Ingredients

* 1 (18 1/4 ounce) box spice cake mix
* 1 (15 ounce) can solid-pack pumpkin (the small can)
* 1 pkg. (12 ounce) chocolate chips (either semi-sweet or milk)
* 1 cup chopped walnuts (optional) or chopped pecans (optional) or 1/2 cup raisins (optional)
* 1 cup cream cheese frosting (optional)

Directions

1.
Preheat oven to 350°F.
2.
Spray cookie sheets lightly with vegetable spray (Pam).
3.
In a large bowl, mix together the cake mix and pumpkin with a fork or mixer until well blended; stir in chocolate chips, nuts or raisins, if desired.
4.
Drop by large rounded spoonfuls onto the cookie sheet; they don't flatten out much so however you place them on the sheet is pretty much how they'll look after baking.
5.
Bake for 8 to 15 minutes, depending on the size of your cookies.
6.
Allow cookies to cool on baking sheet for up to 5 minutes before removing to a wire rack to cool completely.
7.
Frost, if desired.
8.
How many cookies you get depends on how large you make them of course - just increase your baking time if making larger cookies (it's truly difficult to burn these, but they will get crispier & less moist); Mine, made with a medium size cookie scoop, take 13-15 minutes to bake and yield about 3 dozen.

Anonymous said...

(from Madison, AZ)

ASKTHEBOOTH!!! So I hear that someone can enter the apron drawing by "asking the booth"...is that true? I love cooking but I don't have any pumpkin recipes, other then the usual pumpkin pie or "dinner in a pumpkin" (only when mom makes it....which hasn't happened for a while-insert sad face here).



DINNER IN A PUMPKIN


1 med.-large pumpkin
1 1/2 lbs. hamburger
1 medium onion diced
2 cups celery sliced thin
1/4 c. soy sauce
1 can mushrooms, drained or 8 oz fresh washed and sliced
1 can cream of chicken soup
2 C. rice (pre-cooked)
salt and pepper to taste

Cut a "hat" on the pumpkin. Clean out pumpkin removing all the seeds, strings and other unwanted debris.
Brown ground burger and onions together. Stir in celery, soy sauce, mushrooms and soup. Simmer 5 minutes. Stir in Rice.Taste for Salt and Pepper.
Put mixture into pumpkin, replace "hat".
Place on a cookie sheet. Bake uncovered 1 hour at 375 degrees. Pumpkin will be soft and scooping some of the Pumpkin out with each serving is fun. Serves about six.
(some people add a few tablespoons of brown sugar and water chestnuts...but my mama doesn't as far as I can remember)

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