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I wanted to create a pumpkin just for my blog. Here it is below! This is dedicated to my viewers! Keep on cooking!! šŸ™‚

You will see another pumpkin below that really out does mine and is the best pumpkin I have seen by far. Great job to my boyfriend for creating this pumpkin!

What pumpkins have you made this year? Happy Early Halloween!!

*Zombie Chef

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10 Comments

  • Athina

    Even though Nestor is a true pumpkin-artist, your “wicked whisk” (as it has already been, brilliantly, called) is sooo… well… “Kouzounas Kitchen-y” I just can’t get over it!! šŸ™‚ Have a Happy Halloween Krystina! šŸ™‚ šŸ™‚ šŸ™‚

      • Athina

        Yes, we’re not celebrating Halloween in Greece! We have Apokries which do not have a fixed date of celebration and it is kind of complicated! The official “Apokries” period begins 70 days before Easter. The actual celebrations extend in a three week period, starting with the Sunday of “Asotou” -63 days before Easter-, moving onto the next week, on Sunday of “Apokreo” -56 days before Easter- moving onto the final week, on Sunday of “Tyrofagou” 49 days before Easter and on Kathara Deftera (Ash Monday) -48 days before Easter! Then the fastening for Easter begins. So all of these celebrations’ days depend on Easter’s particular date each year to be determined!!! So for 2014 we’ll have Sunday of Asotou on Feb.16th, Sunday of Apokreo on Feb.23rd, Sunday of Tyrofagou on March 2nd, and Ash Monday on March 3rd with the Apokries celebrations extending among all three weeks before Ash Monday!!! And just reading about it gives you a headache!!! And, on a side note, I really really hate Apokries (and I’d like Halloween so much better!).

      • Kouzounas Kitchen

        Wow, thanks for the detailed info on Apokries. I was actually in greece a few different occasions for Apokries, but I celebrated with Nestora in 2011 in Athina. šŸ™‚ It was fun, we went to a little hookah bar, had nargileh and some drinks and then went home. Yeah if you come here next yr come for halloween, and I will show you around. šŸ™‚ So ti nea?? Ola Kala? I keep having to do some new products for the lavender, and I haven’t told you, but we are making hot chocolate lavender, and we made a lavender sugar for people who want to be creative in the kitchen, like me. šŸ™‚ I want to send you some samples, for you and your mama.

      • Athina

        Hot.chocolate.lavender.!!! You got me hooked just by hearing that, lol! thank you Krystina šŸ™‚ Edo ola kala! I should sit on bum and write you an email sometime this week šŸ™‚

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