Tonight: Find a good use for those pumpkin guts

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Once you're done carving that awesome jack-o-lantern, what the hell do you do with the insides? The Kitchen Table Cooking School, at 5375 Landmark Place in Greenwood Village, has the answer: pumpkin custard tarts, pumpkin chocolate-chip brownies and pumpkin roulade cake. Learn how to make all of them tonight at "The Whole Pumpkin and Nothing But the Pumpkin." Tuition is $55 and the class runs from 6:30 to 9 p.m.; for more info, visit www.kitchentablegv.com.

To find information and updates on many more culinary events, go to the Food & Drink section of our online calendar.

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