Hunka Pie offering 100-pie buffet 

Hunka Pie is offering a 100-pie buffet from noon until 6 p.m. Aug. 28 at 7706 Cantrell Road. The buffet includes pies like Blackberry, Butterfinger, Chocolate Coconut, Velvet Lips Chocolate Cream, Egg Custard, Chocolate Peanut Butter, Chocolate Pecan, Coconut Custard, Toffee Custard, Rhubarb Custard, Strawberry Rhubarb, Banana Custard, French Apple, French Blueberry, French Cherry, Kampfire S'mores, Key Lime, Lemon Icebox, Mixed Berry, Mint Chocolate Cream, Peach Pecan Crunch, Pear Ginger, Southern Pecan, Strawberry, Strawberry Cream Cheese, Sweet Potato, Sugar Cookie Apple, Peach Custard Cream, Almond Macaroon Cherry, Lemon Dream, Pecan Cream Cheese, Caramel Apple, Strawberry Chocolate Mousse, Hunka's Favorite Traditional Double Crust Fruit Pies and more than 60 more. They're available whole ($18.50) or by the slice ($3.50). The phone number is 224-1104.

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