Use the right knife
Using the wrong kind of knife can be problematic – so Farmer Frank suggests using a short, serrated paring knife.
“If you’re doing this with children, you want to make sure there’s adult supervision,” Frank says. “And let mom and dad do most of the cutting.”
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Carve the lid
The first step is to insert your knife into the top of the pumpkin – but make sure to do it on an angle, says Frank.
“If you insert it straight up and down, the lid is apt to fall in,” he explains. “So you keep it on an angle so it’s like aRead More »from The easiest way to carve a pumpkin