Most people grow pumpkins and then enjoy carving jack-o-lanterns or making delicious pies. Around here, we do things a little differently. We grate our pumpkin and add water, sugar, and yeast (and a couple other things).
We started some pumpkin wine. If we chose our pumpkins well, we’ll call it Madelyn’s Delight.
It will clear perfectly white and be a good dry table wine.
All those insides can’t go to waste.
I took them to the birds.
There might have been some left-over celery too.
I also had some pumpkins that we didn’t need to use, so I decided to treat the goats. I started with showing it to little Moose.
He didn’t get it, but when the big goats started checking it out, he finally got interested.
How many goats can eat from one pumpkin?
It looks like I needed to harvest some more.