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    Apple became the pie of choice almost immediately with the early American colonists, probably because the fruit was abundant and easy to store in the winter.

     
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    In 1801, the town of Cheshire, Mass., sent a 1,000-pound cheese ball to the White House as a gift for new President Thomas Jefferson.

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