November 06, 2023
History of Cranberry Pie
Cranberry pie has been a popular Thanksgiving dessert for centuries. Cranberries are native to North America, and the Wampanoag Indians used them in many of their dishes. The Pilgrims quickly learned to appreciate the tart and tangy flavor of cranberries, and they began to incorporate them into their own cuisine.
The first cranberry pies were likely made with wild cranberries, which are smaller and more tart than the cultivated cranberries that are available today. Cranberry pies were also typically made with a sweet crust, as sugar was a rare and expensive commodity in the early days of the American colonies.
As cranberries became more widely cultivated, cranberry pie became more popular as a dessert for everyday occasions. Cranberry pie is now a staple of American cuisine, and it is enjoyed by people all over the world.
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