Dinner in a Pumpkin:
1. you clean/scrape out a pumpkin--I prefer pie pumpkins rather than carving pumpkins
2. Brown your meat. I usually end up with either ground beef, pork sausage, or stew meat
3. sautee veggies: I've used carrots, broccoli, onion, mushroom, bell pepper, celery, water chestnuts, corn, peas
4. Cook your grain: I've used rice-both brown and white, and quinoa.
5. Mix it all together with a can or two of creme of mushroom soup
6. Put it in the pumpkin and bake at 350 for about an hour.
It's really yummy, and when you serve it, you scrape the sides of the pumpkin and eat it too. Really yummy.
ETA: you also put in about 2-3 tsp brown sugar