Halloween is around the corner. If you’re planning a Halloween party, here’s an alternative to the traditional pumpkin or turnip Jack-o’-lantern.
For an Asian-inspired Jack-o’-lantern, we choose the pomelo because its skin is thick but soft enough for us to carve the face.
Plus, the pomelo flesh is very tasty, especially after putting it into the refrigerator.
Here is how you can make a pomelo Jack-o’-lantern:
How are you celebrating this Halloween?