Pumpkin Spice

Bleah. Outside of pies, not a fan.

But a “pumpkin spice” product made it into the house. My sister’s friend hits food pantries, where they hand stuff out as take-it-or-leave-it. What with diet restrictions and preferences, she ends up with stuff she’s not going to eat. She gives that stuff to friends and neighbors. We got a delivery today.

I found a bag of pumpkin spice-flavored marshmallows.

My sister just yelled, “I’m throwing them out. They look disgusting.”

They did. And I wasn’t tempted to sample one before she tossed them.


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One thought on “Pumpkin Spice”

  1. I find that pumpkin pie spice blend does have other uses – e.g., sprinkling it over sliced sweet potatoes before grilling. And, of course, spicing up other pumpkin-based goods, such as pumpkin bread.
    Adding it to random things not involving pumpkin, squash, or sweet potato, though… yeah, that fad ought to have died out years ago.

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