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Luci's and Slade Grove Host a Pie Making Class and Spicy Oven Fries in Today's Eater's Digest

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D.I.Y. Pie
Our 2nd Annual Pie Social may be over and done with, but with Thanksgiving just a week away it's still pie season.  

And you just happen to be in luck. Luci's Healthy Marketplace and the one and only Slade Grove will be hosting a pie making class this Sunday, November 20th from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Master the art of pie crust and learn the tricks to making perfect pumpkin pecan, pecan bourbon, and apple cheddar pies just in time for your Thanksgiving feast. The two-hour class will run you $49.99 and participants will receive 10 percent off their market purchases for the whole day. Click here to sign up. 

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Oven Fries

We may be smitten with duck fat fried fries, McDonald's fries and beer battered fries but most of the time we cure our french fry craving with a batch of oven fries. We really like Petra at Zoom Yummy's recipe for Spicy Fries and if you have never made fries on your own, there is a great photo tutorial to go along with the recipe. Check it out here

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