Nose-to-tail cooking is big in the slow food movement. It minimizes waste, honors the animals we eat, and opens up new possibilities for what we put on our plates. But veggies are also energy intensive to grow, from the farmworkers who plant and harvest them to the resources required to make them thrive. Bring your jack-o-lantern into the slow food fold by extending the use of your pumpkin. After you carve, put the seeds to good use! You can go the old-school route and simply salt, butter, and bake them, or you can try one of Martha Stewart’s out-of-the-box recipes. Grilled chicken with pumpkin seed sauce? Say no more.