Thanksgiving wasn't just about pumpkin pie this year. Coconut custard, sweet potato and apple pies, as well as dinner rolls, coffee cakes and specialty breads, were also good sellers, retailers told SN last week on the Monday after turkey day. "We certainly did a lot with pumpkin pies, but there seems to be more call for sweet potato pies. At one time sweet potato pie was considered an ethnic item, but now it is such a good eating pie that everyone is picking up on it," said Chuck Chiodo, ...

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