on October 27, 2011
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This post was written by LW who has written 166 posts on French Fridays with Dorie.
I think I need to make this once a week until the pumpkins disappear from the store. Loooooved it.
I was thinking I need to go to the store while they have lots of pumpkins and stock up for the winter!
That’s exactly what I did last year when I first made it. I used up every one. :)
This is the very first recipe I made from the cookbook. Still love it!
This was the first recipe I made too. In fact, this recipe was the reason I bought the book after hearing an interview with dorie on npr.
Used Kent pumpkin which doesn’t have a big hollow and only half a pumpkin (cause there is only me) – results therefore not as great:
This was one of the first non-FFWD recipes I made from the book last year. I’ve lost count of how many times I’ve made this – it’s a favorite!
Ha! Me too. I made it last year…I couldn’t even wait for it to be a FFwD :) Oh, I love the design you made when you cut the top open!
Fabulous – we both loved it. This one will be revisited for sure ~
Funny! I actually made this on my own last year. I think I made it right after Thanksgiving (I used leftover stuffing in the…stuffing) and posted on New Year’s Eve! http://www.jemangelaville.com/2010/12/31/is-it-still-pumpkin-season-i-hope-so/
This stuffed pumpkin is delicious…it surprised me with how well it turned out. Happy Halloween tho all.
Very happy to return to this recipe – so beautiful and satisfying:
Well true to its name…it is really stuffed with everything good LOL! Yummy..and we love it ! I can make this again and again and still not get bored with it. Truly a delicious one and Dorie was not kidding when she said this was good :)
Viva la calabaza!
Absolutely loved this!
Wondering when recipes for November will be up? I need a head start this month!!!
I think I may have waited my entire life for a recipe this good to come along! My pumpkin patch as been cleared…
Fantastic in looks & taste!!!!! I’m really in the fall spirit now!
Included pumpkin biscotti recipe I made with my seeds.
OOps left my link wrong, sorry.
Here it is along with my raves & biscotti recipe. A winner!
Very fall dish (although, the NE just received our first taste of winter last night – so perhaps should serve this up with some eggnog next time?)
http://lyabroudy.blogspot.com/2011/10/pumpkin-stuffed-w-everything-in.html – will certainly keep this on my list of favs, but this attempt just didn’t work for me.
Loved, loved, loved this!!
Love pumpkin in a savory dish like this!
I made this a few weeks ago, and already have another pumpkin at home, ready to make it again!
This was interesting….
Can’t wait to ready everyone’s today and tomorrow This was a big hit in our house! Happy French Friday!
A little bit of mixed reviews on this, but leftovers were great!
Another pumpkin recipe to love!
I decided to do this rather late yesterday, but glad I did! Wonderful! Added a little Swiss chard and pine nuts to the mix.
BEST cheesy stuffing EVER!!! Mmmmm.
Dorie hit it out of the ballpark with this recipe. (Yes, I’m a St. Louis Cardinal fan!). I loved everything about this recipe and plan to serve it many times, just like Dorie does. It’s festive. It’s delicious. It turns me into a “happy witch”. Thanks, Dorie, for saluting, what has become, another American over-the-top holiday. And, yes, even the French have now adopted our Trick ‘n Treat Fete. Everyone seemed to love this recipe – Me, too.
Mmmm…perfect fall dinner! And what a great use for all those leftover bits of cheese and cured pork in the fridge!
Even the non-squash eaters in the family loved this one! It will definitely be making an appearance at our Thanksgiving table!
I LOVE this dish … and have made it several times since I first heard it described by Dorie herself on “All Things Considered”!
I liked this dish, even we didn’t like pumpkin in any other dish before.
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This was good!
I forgot to mention that fthis post tells the story of how I heard about Around My French Table and FFwD.
This was a delicious festive way to serve pumpkin!! Even the people that think they don’t like pumpkin will love this dish!!
This was a lot of fun – I decided to take this in a different direction, though – with my Cajun Cornbread Dressing filling.
ahhh… heavenly smells came from my kitchen this week!
Lovely flavors and perfect for the weather.
This is pretty darn delicious- I had great fun with the pumpkin & what marvelous flavors presented themselves….a keeper for sure!
Very little effort, and who wouldn’t miss the seasonal sensation of digging the insides out of a pumpkin? This show stopper was a Halloween “treat” for us!
Loved this and the leftovers, too: http://onewetfoot.com/2011/10/28/ffwd-pumpkin-stuffed-with-everything-good/
I loved this recipe! Ate it for breakfast today as well. But my big epiphany is that I plan to stuff one for Thanksgiving with the Thanksgiving stuffing — what a great table decoration and it should taste fantastic. If you didn’t have to clean the insides of the pumpkin out, this would be a complete no-brainer for an amazing pay-off.
Fun to make and delicious. I added spinach and apples. Having the leftover for dinner tonight :)
Love the idea of doing Thanksgiving stuffing in a pumpkin
This ended up being a French Saturday for me, but I simply could not miss out making this.
I love this recipe. Sorry for being late, again. http://joracooks.blogspot.com/2011/10/ffwd-stuffed-pumpkin.html
This was a huge winner! It was such fun to make and so scrumptious- a certainty on the repeat list.
Well….this was not my best effort with French Friday’s…
Loved it! http://adventuresindailyliving.blogspot.com/2011/10/stuffed-pumpkin.html
I actually made this before we left on vacation and thought that I had it set up to auto-post while I was away. Oh well, guess I need to work on that feature. In any case, we loved this one! Can’t wait to find out what everyone else though.
Happy Halloween all. I had a hard time finding a non-giant pumpkin
This may be my favorite recipe ever! http://justbringwine.blogspot.com
Has anyone tried this recipe with the mini pumpkins? If so, how long did you cook it for? I thought it would be fun for Thanksgiving to have one for each person but wasn’t sure on time. My thought was about 1 hour taking the lid off just 15 minutes before it’s done.
I’d be interested in any feedback on this.
So delicious. I used milk rather than the heavy cream and should have used less. I found the whole thing pretty sweet…next time I’ll try another savory stuffing. Don’t get me wrong: it was DELICIOUS!
This is yummm-o – I made this last year and this year again – but wanted to make again for Thanksgiving and put my stuffing in it – but because we had such a wet and rainy season here I was unable to put my hands on a LI Cheese pumpkin later in November – all gone :( …
I made this last year after hearing Dorie on npr talking about it. Rushed out to get the book and I was not disappointed! http://dammititsfrench.blogspot.com/2011/12/very-good-place-to-start.html
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