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Got this from a Radio Show whilst on holidays. I have only made it once and it vanished from the bowl !!! I used butternut pumpkin but you can use the pumpkin of your choice.

As the pumpkin roasts, its skin becomes gorgeously burnished, while inside, slices of baguette, Gruyère, and Emmental coalesce into a rich,...

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Use only low sodium soy sauce and beef broth for this, my family like spicy so I add in some crushed chili flakes also, I have left the onion powder or onion flakes as optional if you are an onion-lover then you might want to include it --- any leftover be

This is a nice light fluffy dip you can dip just about anything in, graham crackers pound cake and you have to try it with apples. Really good

We love this creamy smooth spiced pumpkin dip served with crisp slices of red and green apples and Dutch or Swedish ginger cookies!

Pumpkin with a tasty sauce

Fairly simple to prepare, quite delicious! Got this recipe out of a newspaper years ago.

Just in time for the fall season! This dip is excellent served with thin ginger snaps for a party. Looks excellent in a carved out pumpkin as the serving dish!

I served this recipe at a Halloween themed party years ago and it was a big hit. I had moved and lost touch with most of the ladies who had attended the party. However, several years later, I received a phone call from one of the women who had been a guest

I decided to try making my own pumpkin puree instead of buying the canned variety. I'm not a fan of pumpkin pie but maybe I'll like it better if it's made from scratch. I'm also going to try making pumpkin butter! Directions from: http://www.betterbudgetin

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