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Impulse Buys: Personal pumpkin pie

November 12, 2010 - 03:43 PM
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Pumpkin Pie
A tiny pumpkin pie, just for you. (Photo: TBD Staff)

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Product: Mini pumpkin pie

Where available: Pastries by Randolph, 4500 Lee Highway, Arlington

Cost: $5.32

Why you might want it: You just don't feel like waiting for Thanksgiving for your annual dose of cinnamon pumpkin goodness. It's Friday, and man, do you feel like a piece of pie. Or, you're worried that if you spring for the full size pie, you'll eat the whole thing yourself.

How it works: It's just a pumpkin pie for one, complete with a dollop of whipped cream . Purchase, eat, repeat as necessary.

The bottom line: All this bakery news in Arlington lately may have got you thinking about the upcoming holiday season's sweet treats. Pastries by Randolph, an Arlington institution for more than 20 years, has you covered. Pumpkin pie, cupcakes topped with frosting turkeys, fall-themed sugar cookies, and pumpkin coffee cake are currently filling their cases and ready for whatever you have planned this fall.

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