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Carrot-Nose Jack-o'-Lanterns

If you don't have time to carve a complete face, give your jack-o'-lantern a fancy feature.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, October 2006


  1. Cut the top from the pumpkin and scoop out the flesh.

  2. Carve triangular eyes and a hole for the nose.

  3. Insert a carrot -- or, in the case of a white 'Lumina' pumpkin, a parsnip.

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