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    5 Pumpkin Treats Around Town

    Fall is my favorite season of the year! I love the crisp air, bright foliage, and overall coziness. One of my very favorite things is the abundance of tasty pumpkin goods, and Kennett Square does not disappoint! Here are 5 pumpkin treats you can’t miss:

    1) Pumpkin pie from Nomadic Pies

    With Thanksgiving just around the corner, we have to start with pumpkin pie! You can pick up a pie from the shop while they last, but if you’d like one for your Thanksgiving gathering, be sure to order yours online!

    LEFT: Nomadic Pies. RIGHT: Talula's Table. 

    2) Pumpkin scones from Talula’s Table

    My go-to scone is the lemon ginger scone, but in the fall, I can’t resist these pumpkin scones. Be warned: these go fast! Hit up the market early in the morning to snag one from the bakery cart by the coffee bar!

    3) Pumpkin chocolate truffles from Neuchatel

    At the end of the Paradocx bar at the Market at Liberty Place, there’s a small, well-lit chocolate case with truffles of all kinds. Have you tried the pumpkin truffles yet? They would be a great hostess gift!

    LEFT: Waywood Beverage. MIDDLE: Neuchatel. RIGHT: Mrs. Robinson's Tea Shop. 

    4) Pumpkin beer from Waywood Beverage

    Hit up Waywood to mix a six-pack for your favorite pumpkin fan before time runs out on these seasonal brews!

    5) Pumpkin spice rooibos tea from Mrs. Robinson’s Tea Shop

    I prefer decaffeinated, herbal tea, so this rooibos option is perfect for fall. There is a black tea version if you want a kick of caffeine! You can get either selection in tea bags or loose.

    What are your favorite pumpkin foods to enjoy in the fall?

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