The great pumpkin

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The great pumpkin

Delicious and decorative, it’s not just for dessert
John Whitney chooses from a half dozen varieties of winter squash at the Durango Farmers Market grown by Jennifer and Joe Wheeling of the Gardens at James Ranch.
Emily Jensen of Homegrown Biodynamics Farm in Bayfield sells some of her organically grown pumpkins and squashes to Todd Swanson and Franci Stagi. Jensen uses the whole squash – skin, seeds, pulp – to make soup.
Leslie Kerby of Kerby Orchards outside Farmington grows the largest pumpkins at the market, some weighing more than 60 pounds – great for jack-o’-lanterns and decorating.
The Gardens at James Ranch sells everything from the palest green Jahrdale squash to hunter-green Marinas to good old sugar pumpkins for your holiday pie.
Susan and Sean Deveraux of Guido’s Favorite Foods invited friends over for a pumpkin carving party and displayed the results on the porch of their home in Bayfield.

The great pumpkin

John Whitney chooses from a half dozen varieties of winter squash at the Durango Farmers Market grown by Jennifer and Joe Wheeling of the Gardens at James Ranch.
Emily Jensen of Homegrown Biodynamics Farm in Bayfield sells some of her organically grown pumpkins and squashes to Todd Swanson and Franci Stagi. Jensen uses the whole squash – skin, seeds, pulp – to make soup.
Leslie Kerby of Kerby Orchards outside Farmington grows the largest pumpkins at the market, some weighing more than 60 pounds – great for jack-o’-lanterns and decorating.
The Gardens at James Ranch sells everything from the palest green Jahrdale squash to hunter-green Marinas to good old sugar pumpkins for your holiday pie.
Susan and Sean Deveraux of Guido’s Favorite Foods invited friends over for a pumpkin carving party and displayed the results on the porch of their home in Bayfield.
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