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Where are the best pumpkin-flavored menu items?

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    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans
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    This thread inspired me to make pumpkin pancakes this morning for breakfast. Mixed some pumpkin pie mix from a slice of Anne’s pumpkin pie that she made yesterday into a regular batch of pancake batter. Yum!

    #465550

    Coy
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    Pumpkin Love at Betty’s rules.
    Go get you some.

    #465551

    tessamo
    Member

    Pumpkin Ravioli at Bonefish
    Pumpkin Pecan Cheesecake at Cheesecake Factory
    Pumpkin Soup at Spagio
    The best ever was pasta with pumpkin sauce at Noni’s. Why do the restaurants with the greatest dishes go out of business?
    I hope a restaurant reads this and tries to recreate that dish.

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    ColumbusTime
    ColumbusTime
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    #465553

    kcrissinger
    Member

    jpizzow said:
    I was hoping (and in the back of my mind knew) that Jeni’s would have to have something pumpkin. Had the Sunny St. Cafe pancakes today. Not bad. Circleville pumpkin show….I’m already there. Thanks for the suggestions.

    And Jeni’s does. It is Buttercup Pumpkin and Amaretti Cookies. It is simply divine.

    #465554

    Tommy’s Diner has pumpkin french toast with fried apples on top on special today.

    FYI.

    :)

    #465555

    melikecheese
    Participant

    This is a trick question, there are no good pumpkin items.

    #465556
    Walker Evans
    Walker Evans
    Keymaster

    Walker said:
    This thread inspired me to make pumpkin pancakes this morning for breakfast. Mixed some pumpkin pie mix from a slice of Anne’s pumpkin pie that she made yesterday into a regular batch of pancake batter. Yum!

    I did the same thing a few days ago with waffles. MMM!!!!

    #465557
    Anne Evans
    Anne Evans
    Keymaster

    Pumpkin Pancakes are back at First Watch:

    Fall has officially arrived, and to celebrate, award-winning Breakfast, Brunch and Lunch restaurant First Watch today announced fresh, new menu items that put some of fall’s most-loved flavors, like pumpkin, maple, apple and butternut squash, at center stage, starting Monday, Oct. 8.

    In addition to all their traditional First Watch favorites, guests will find these fall menu items at their local restaurant for a limited time:

    Pumpkin Pancake Breakfast

    Pumpkin Pancakes are back. Two fresh eggs cooked any style plus one of First Watch’s signature spiced Pumpkin Pancakes and Aidells’ grilled, all-natural Chicken Apple Sausage. $7.79

    Maple Pulled Pork Sandwich

    Hand-pulled marinated, roasted pork with First Watch’s sweet maple apple chutney, mayonnaise and fresh greens on a soft, whole-wheat bun. Served with a choice of soup, lightly dressed greens or fresh fruit. $7.99

    Butternut Squash Soup

    Rich and creamy, this butternut squash soup is sweetened with carrot and a touch of nutmeg – a delicious addition to that perfect fall day. $3.99 per bow

    First Watch’s fresh, fall menu items are available in all restaurants Oct. 8 through Nov. 21.

    #465558
    Anne Evans
    Anne Evans
    Keymaster

    Pumpkin 5 Spice ice cream coming to Jeni’s Friday oct 5

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    carson1221
    Participant

    Pumpkin Pie Martini at Mezzo and Pumpkin Bread Pudding at Holy Smoke BBQ!

    #465560
    Anne Evans
    Anne Evans
    Keymaster

    Look at these!
    via Mozart’s:
    Mozart’s Bakery and Piano Cafe
    Fall special. Our Marzipan Pumpkins filled with pumpkin spice buttercream and wrapped with marzipan. Perfect with some Pumpkin Spice Gelato from Vienna Ice Cafe

    #465561

    I went to House Beer a couple weeks back and they had a Pumpkin beer there for anyone interested. Don’t know/remember the name, but I think they may have actually had more than one type (but don’t quote me lol)

    As a pumpkin-anything fan, let me tell what’s NOT worth your time. Starbucks’s Pumpkin Spice Latte. It was wayyyyy too sweet (and I have a major sweet tooth, so that’s saying something), and the pumpkin syrup they use to flavor it was way too thick. Felt like I was drinking a cup full of sugary syrup instead of coffee with pumpkin flavor. Overrated.

    Also, UDF has pumpkin ice cream available by pint only. It was alright; could have used more pumpkin spice and not just straight pumpkin flavor.

    Also got some pumpkin pie flavored Italian Ice at Rita’s the other day. Wasn’t bad. A little strong, but if you like reallly pumpkin-y flavored stuff, it’ll be right up your alley.

    #465562
    Briana Henry
    Briana Henry
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    As a person who enjoys alcohol, pumpkin bombs at Kobo are the best thing in the whole entire world. Pumpkin beer and a shot of something, and something else that tastes good that I don’t know=party in your mouth.

    #465563
    Chris Sherman
    Chris Sherman
    Participant

    When I worked at lost planet pizza and pasta many moons ago we served the most amazing shit called mrs. barnes pumpkin poo.. Delicious!

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