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Simple Pumpkin Cutter
Cutting up a pile of pumpkins with a knife can be hard work and a little hazardous. Steve Faber made it easier by drilling a hole at the end of a large knife and making a bracket with pivot holes at different heights, then bolting the bracket to a board.
“The pumpkins shown in the picture are a kind that doesn’t turn completely orange and they don’t have hulls on the seeds. We cut them up to take out the seeds, which we eat like nuts,” says Faber.
When making the first cut on the blossom end, the knife is set in the top hole on the bracket. Then he lowers the knife point down to the lowest hole for quartering.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Steve Faber, 4588 E Township Rd. 130, Tiffin, Ohio 44883 (ph 567-207-5689).

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2022 - Volume #46, Issue #5