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Other news of note included fair records for both the largest pumpkin and the largest watermelon.
Fingers crossed there aren't too many pumpkin beers.
DOVER, Del. — Organizers of a popular pumpkin-flinging competition in Delaware have canceled this year’s event following the filing of a federal lawsuit by a woman who was critically injured at last year’s event.
Depending on the size of your pumpkin, pour in 4 to 8 bottles of Crabbie’s Spiced Orange Alcoholic Ginger Beer.
Try dishes with chanterelle and steinpilze mushrooms in late summer; roasted chestnuts, venison and pumpkin in the fall; and asparagus and ramps in spring.
Take care of your tongue, watch what the lips say, for foreign words uprooted our pumpkins.
Here's what else your pumpkins need to thrive: Give them room.
Area markets pick up steam over the summer and early fall as fresh produce, cheeses, flowers and eventually pumpkins reach maturity at area farms, said John Davidson, of Twin Garden Farms.
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