Make-Ahead Pumpkin Puree — Thanksgiving Tip of the Day

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Try roasting a few pumpkins, then freezing the puree — that's what Alton does. You can thaw it to make pie just before Thanksgiving, and the rest will store up to 6 months in the freezer.

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