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ASU Farmers' Market and Candy Corn Cookies in Today's Eater's Digest

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On Campus Farmers' Market
There's a new farmers' market in town and it just happens to be conveniently located right on ASU's Tempe campus. Every other Tuesday (like tomorrow, October 11th) from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. more than 20 local vendors will congregate just west of the Memorial Union fountain for the rest of the fall semester. Pick up fresh produce from Anderson Farms and the ASU Arboretum, bacon and other pork products from Pork on a Fork, fresh bread from the Bread Basket, and even delicious pasta from Decio Pasta (try the spinach, basil, garlic- ah-maze-ing). Grab a tamale or two from The Tamale Store, a cup of coffee from Coffee Express, or try Torched Goodness' crème brulee if you need to put something in your stomach right then and there. Check out the full list of vendors here

Candy Cookies
Sometimes you come across a culinary idea that you are immediately in love with -- and that makes you wonder why you never thought of it in the first place. Such is the case with these ingenious Candy Corn Chocolate Chip Cookies. We love candy corn, why didn't we think about mixing them in with chocolate chip cookie dough?! 

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