This is a great recipe. So simple anyone can do it. Skin, core, and slice up your pumpkin in half inch slices. Arrange in a baking dish and sprinkle with parsley and/or rosemary and black pepper. Melt a few tablespoons of your favorite honey and drizzle over all the slices. Bake an hour +/- until cooked. Now that was easy, wasn’t it. Any type of pumpkin will do but I have a special attraction for Butternut, which does well in my garden here in Quebec. The honey chosen is good old Lake Hawea bush style direct from central Otago, New Zealand. Try it out the next time you get down there!
So what does this Lake Hawea look like and why should the bees look forward to living there? Photographs do it best to explain.