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Jealous of your neighbor's elaborate porch pumpkin?
Here’s a make-your-own combo Blatner likes: combine popcorn with pecans, unsweetened coconut, cacao nibs and pumpkin seeds.
Made with an Oktoberfest base, pounds of pumpkin and several spices, Bier's Pumpkin Ale is typically only available in the fall months.
Some longtime competitors have been dueling in classic categories like pumpkin and apple since the dawn of the National Pie Championships nearly 25 years ago.
There are now more nut butters than Kardashian dramas, plus Nutella, pumpkin butter, sunflower butter, and and more.
Include tree nuts, like almonds, walnuts, pecans, or pistachios; as well as seeds, like pumpkin or sunflower, as the primary ingredients.
While fashion brands generally eschew the term, squirmingly avoiding its connotations of pumpkin spice lattés and yoga pants, designer Scott Sternberg fully embraced it for his new direct-to-consumer venture, the Entireworld.
After Halloween last year, Huggins, who prepares breakfasts and lunches at the Toro Toro restaurant, noticed an overload of decorative pumpkins around the hotel.
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