Pumpkin Spice

Pumpkin spice craze explained through brain science

Pumpkin spice craze explained through brain science via www.12news.com Johns Hopkins University researchers have a theory for why Americans go nutty for nutmeg and cinnamon this time of year. ARIZONA, USA — The pumpkin spice season seems to be starting earlier every year.  Retailers and grocers started rolling out pumpkin-flavored products back in August, long …

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Here’s what pumpkin foods are most popular in each state

Here’s what pumpkin foods are most popular in each state via wgno.com NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) — It’s autumn, which means Halloween, Thanksgiving, and of course, pumpkin-flavored treats! With Pumpkin Day coming up on October 26, what better way to highlight America’s favorite pumpkin foods? Check out this map powered by Instagram data: Pumpkin Foods by …

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Pumpkin spice bagels are a thing, and we’re intrigued

Pumpkin spice bagels are a thing, and we’re intrigued via lovin.ie Listen, it’s the season for it. We’ll take pumpkin spice aaaaaanything. What started out as a caffeinated drink in little known coffee chain Starbucks has become a cultural phenomenon. Pretty much every cafe you visit has their own variation of the seasonal bev, and …

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REVIEW: New Pumpkin Spiced Fritters Deliver Great Fall Flavors at Disneyland Park

REVIEW: New Pumpkin Spiced Fritters Deliver Great Fall Flavors at Disneyland Park via wdwnt.com If you are looking for one of the better fall treats at Disneyland, look no further. The new pumpkin spiced fritters at Royal Street Veranda in Disneyland Park fit the bill. Pumpkin Spiced Fritters — $5.99 Served with Cream Cheese Dipping …

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Why is pumpkin spice so popular and where did it originate?

Why is pumpkin spice so popular and where did it originate? via www.pressandjournal.co.uk Synonymous with autumn and October, pumpkin spice is a sure sign that summer is over and Christmas is on its way. You’ll probably have seen a lot of bakeries, cafes, coffee shops and other eateries making “pumpkin spice” versions of their traditional …

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