As is obvious, this stock will turn into pumpkin soup. There is little wasted in this household and chicken carcases, lamb bones etc are put in the freezer for later use. I took out a chicken carcase and put it on for stock. Some onions, the pumpkin and most important for pumpkin soup, some nutmeg. I really don't like nutmeg, but somehow it makes pumpkin soup taste better than if it's omitted.
Later: The soup was delicious. I blended it with a stick blender. Cut some chunky bread which I spread with garlic butter, I'd just made. Topped that with freshly grated good parmesan cheese and put the slices in a slow oven, about 140° for about 40 minutes. Cheese melted and bread was crunchy. Very nice indeed and enough left for a couple of serves.
The photo is a bit blurry. Sorry. My camera has been used a lot lately, and I didn't realise how low the battery was till I tried to use the flash for this photo and it refused.
Do you like the spoon rest? It's glass and is a flattened Redback beer bottle. Being glass, it's easy to clean and being made from a beer bottle is a bit of a talking point for visitors.