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Some complain and others jest about popular pumpkin fever, but I just bake.
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No yeast, no problem.
The overall process will take about seven days from start to finish.
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Whether grabbing one on the go for a quiet commemoration on your own or lighting your menorah candles with a crew, here are the places to go for jelly doughnuts worthy of a 2,000-year-old celebration of light.
Rolling out home baked goods from a grandmother’s recipe box.
Edible’s collected our favorite new cookbook and food-related releases for the wintry months ahead.
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