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Haha. that drink looks yummm.

I has wine. Because its thanksgiving so its okay.

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My mother keeps saying she's going to get me wine, but she has not so far. This has been going on since I turned 18. It's less than a year until I can legally buy it myself.

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Maybe it's my kiwi palette, where pumpkin is most definitely a savoury food, but I'm struggling a bit to reconcile the taste of pumpkin with sweet...it's a little sickly. Am going to experiment with sweetness content also...

Ooh yum, wine! Gutted for you guys, you should come here, drinking age is 18!

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Mmmm, theo report back! Haha.
Yes wine. Mm. This is why i like holidays. I think i've had three kinds? Idk.
My aunt left me a bottle that i liked. Win. Even though my mother will drink it. I can kidnap some saying it was for me.

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Maybe it's my kiwi palette, where pumpkin is most definitely a savoury food, but I'm struggling a bit to reconcile the taste of pumpkin with sweet...it's a little sickly. Am going to experiment with sweetness content also...

Pumpkin is definitely considered a sweet over here. It rarely shows up in dishes outside of the holidays and outside of sweets such as cakes and pies. The way I understand it, that has changed over the years though. I think it used to be more of a savory. My guess is that the main variety of pumpkins that are consumed here have been breed to be sweeter through the last couple decades.

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Could I cheat and just use the pumpkin spice soymilk?  And does anyone kow if 4 year old kahlua is still good?  I'm cold so I needs to warms up a wee bit.

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Haha the only reason I went all hardout with actual pumpkin is because pumpkin soymilk doesn't exist over here. And yes, 4 year old kahlua will be fine I'm sure, spirits last forever :)

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thanks I'm actually wondering if I should go with some cream liqueor from starbucks

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Maybe it's my kiwi palette, where pumpkin is most definitely a savoury food, but I'm struggling a bit to reconcile the taste of pumpkin with sweet...it's a little sickly. Am going to experiment with sweetness content also...

Pumpkin is definitely considered a sweet over here. It rarely shows up in dishes outside of the holidays and outside of sweets such as cakes and pies. The way I understand it, that has changed over the years though. I think it used to be more of a savory. My guess is that the main variety of pumpkins that are consumed here have been breed to be sweeter through the last couple decades.

hmmmm, sweet pumpkin sounds awfully suspicious to me.  It's definitely savoury here too, although to be honest I think most people only ever buy pumpkins at halloween to carve and would never dream of eating it.  I can vaguely remember when I discovered pumpkin can actually be eaten and I was shocked!

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I wonder how to make Harry Potters Pumpkin Juice

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Maybe it's my kiwi palette, where pumpkin is most definitely a savoury food, but I'm struggling a bit to reconcile the taste of pumpkin with sweet...it's a little sickly. Am going to experiment with sweetness content also...

Pumpkin is definitely considered a sweet over here. It rarely shows up in dishes outside of the holidays and outside of sweets such as cakes and pies. The way I understand it, that has changed over the years though. I think it used to be more of a savory. My guess is that the main variety of pumpkins that are consumed here have been breed to be sweeter through the last couple decades.

hmmmm, sweet pumpkin sounds awfully suspicious to me.  It's definitely savoury here too, although to be honest I think most people only ever buy pumpkins at halloween to carve and would never dream of eating it.  I can vaguely remember when I discovered pumpkin can actually be eaten and I was shocked!

Yea! I remember my English cousins coming out and being like "What?! You EAT pumpkin? In England pumpkin is pig food!" Haha

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theo, that's what some Iowa farmers from our extended family said about soybeans!!

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Haha Hanasi. I got that from my family as well, except that it was dog food.

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Damn. I forgot to get drunk and come here!

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I'm going to get drunk just as soon as my ice is ready.  I hope I remember to post here.

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Yea! I remember my English cousins coming out and being like "What?! You EAT pumpkin? In England pumpkin is pig food!" Haha

my Dutch family are the same. They're farmers, and couldn't hide their shock when my mum suggested making a pumpkin soup for dinner because they only feed it to the pigs.

oh, and I had a taste of Theo's creation on Saturday, and I'd have to concur that it's really tasty, but too incongruously sweet for our kiwi tastes.

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I'm going to drink kahlua now :) mmmmmmmmmm kahlua. And I'm going to watch the BBCs Pride and Prejudice and drool over Colin Firth. And also pack up my stuff.

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theo - that's my FAVORITE Pride and Prejudice!!  I <3 Colin Firth :)

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I'm going to drink kahlua now :) mmmmmmmmmm kahlua. And I'm going to watch the BBCs Pride and Prejudice and drool over Colin Firth. And also pack up my stuff.

Hooray for moving!

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He is the smexiest... :)>>>

I'm going to drink kahlua now :) mmmmmmmmmm kahlua. And I'm going to watch the BBCs Pride and Prejudice and drool over Colin Firth. And also pack up my stuff.

Hooray for moving!

HELL YEA!

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