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Where do you find the best pie in town?

Fall is nothing if not a season of pies: pumpkin, sugar, rhubarb. It all seems to come to a head once the leaves all off the trees.

The Indiana Department of Tourism Development is trying to figure out where in the state to find the best pie. It lists 33 favorite Hoosier desserts to choose from, including the pink lemonade pie at Potawatomi Inn at Pokagon State Park in Angola.

Vote for the best here. Votes are due Friday, and the winner will be announced Monday -- and leave me a comment: Where in northeast Indiana do you get your favorite piece of pie?

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