I don't know what the warty looking things on it are but think they look OK. I had carefully marked all my pumpkins so i would know what was what, but the markers have disappeared and the pumpkins are all intertwined so I don't know what variety this is. One of the heritage ones for sure. When I cut it open it looked fine.
It has beautiful seeds that I am going to dry and roast as well. Normally I throw away pumpkin seeds and then buy some to put in bread etc. The Pumpkin was very nice in a red curry with beans and tofu. The great thing about eating locally and seasonally is that you are really looking forward to the new things coming on and a bit tired of the ones you have a glut of. I guess in a few months I will be sick of pumpkin and looking out for the first of the Brassicas. In the meantime we enjoyed our curry and I will make pumpkin chutney soon. Also have found a recipe for pumpkin jam that I am looking forward to trying.