The Spectator

Everything is Pumpkin and Nothing Hurts

Caroline Ferguson, Author

September 25, 2013

Pumpkin is one sneaky gourd. It enters our lives innocuously, a giant slime-filled thing that shows up on the kitchen table once a year, to be carved and kept until rotting. But eaten? Never. Perish the thought. That is, until you look around one fall day and realize: pumpkin is everywhere. The collective obsession with it seems to reach a greater...

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