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Back in college a friend made a pumpkin custard baked in a pumpkin shell. And you'd scrape out some of the pumpkin as you took the custard. It was great. I don't know the recipe, but I'm sure there would be a way to 'primalize' it.
Trying a journal. We'll see how long that lasts....
Pull out the seeds, cut in half and bake like any winter squash. All those pumpkin recipes that call for a can of pumpkin are just canned, baked pumpkin. You can freeze it up in can equivalent aliquots and save $1.97 a can.
Life is an ongoing Experiment of One, so here's to science!
Look at this: Stuffed Kabocha - Maangchi does it again. She's using a Kabocha but you can use pumpkin. If you don't eat rice, you can stuff the squash with sausage and vegetables. It's a very dramatic recipe.
I take acorn squash, cut in half, bake until tender, then put some frozen berries and some butter in each half - nuke until the fruit is warmed. You can sprinkle with cinnamon/cardamom. Yummm.