The best part of carving a jack-o'-lantern is cleaning out the pumpkin
guts -- cutting a hole in the top, reaching in and pulling out all that
slimy, slimy goodness. Very gruesome. Very Halloween.
Plus, then you have pumpkin seeds, which make a delicious
Halloween snack. There's the standard method of roasting them with salt
and oil. Or you can try one of Chow's 10 Ways to Spice Up Pumpkin
The list has some intriguing variations -- including togarashi-spiced
seeds, and seeds flavored with wasabi and coriander. And living in
Kansas City, the barbecue seeds are of particular note. The thought of
loading up some seeds with Gate's Extra Hot Seasoning is mouthwatering.
There's also this list from the Minneapolis City Pages of the top five things to do with pumpkin seeds -- the pumpkin-seed hummus sounds
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