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IT’S THAT TIME OF YEAR — time to eat, drink, and be merry. And this spread gives you every reason to celebrate. Try a hearty sammie bursting with so much flavor you’ll really have a hard time eating just one. The combo of roast beef, gooey provolone, Italian seasoning, plus briny giardiniera and pepperoncini on butter-drizzled King’s Hawaiian rolls is truly addictive.

There are two cheesy dips — one Cheddar based with subtle horseradish and apple notes and one featuring goat cheese and peppadews, perfect combinations if ever there were ones. Pick your favorite vehicle for dipping or spreading (or follow our suggestions) and these dips will be gone before you know it.

Savory mushroom cups, made with a quick and easy dough,

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