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Sweet or unsweet? It's a debate as old as time.

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Pickles, cheese, bread and apples make for nice little bites.

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There's also stuffing-flavored chips and pumpkin pie cotton candy.

These are also great for sandwiches.

"Additional information” that surfaced after a video went viral is prompting the company to reconsider.

Keep it light and start things of right.

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Pumpkin, sweet potatoes and turkey deserve star treatment more than one day a year.

The sandwich is an indulgent bite from a different era.

Don’t believe all the hype about mistakes, and keep these principles in mind.

Because you can't live on cream and butter alone.

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Keep calm. You're going to enjoy dessert no matter what.

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