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Thursday, October 18, 2012

Six Spooky Halloween-Themed Restaurant Meals, Food Deals and Contests

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We're not exactly ready for our close-up on Extreme Couponing, but Gut Check does love us a good deal on food. And though Halloween isn't the most food-based holiday, it isn't the least, either. After much research and investigative reporting, we've compiled a list of the best restaurant and food deals doled out in the name of All Hallows' Eve.

Papa Murphy's Beginning Wednesday, October 24, Papa Murphy's, a national pizza chain with five locations in the greater St. Louis area, begins selling its signature "Jack-O-Lantern" pizza. Papa Murphy's isn't like other pizza places, though. Instead of placing an order and picking up a baked, ready-to-eat pie, Papa Murphy's sells "Take 'N' Bake" pizzas that customers bake at home. The "Jack-O-Lantern" pizza includes cheese and pepperoni slices and takes 12 to 19 minutes to bake.

Papa Murphy's has locations in Oakville, Wildwood, Florissant, St. Charles and O'Fallon, Illinois.

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