Wednesday, November 2, 2011


H is for HarvestPhoto~Miss Cellania's Files

From Miami Culinary Tours
The first harvest feasts of the Pilgrims (circa 1621) consisted of whatever was available, not what tradition prescribed. Historians are confident saying that the Pilgrims weren’t eating pumpkin pie, cranberry sauce or mashed potatoes. According to Edward Winslow’s A Journal of the Pilgrims at Plymouth, the harvest feast probably consisted of clams, venison, and duck as well as peas, beans, onions, lettuce, radishes, carrots, plums, grapes, and chestnuts.
So, for a new spin on Thanksgiving, what about planning a feast based on foods that actually were available to the pilgrims?

For more about the feast read here..
They ate meat, seafood, sweet corn pudding, and drank alcohol.. they DID Not have sugar, no sweet potatoes, no pumpkin pie. ..

What is Thanksgiving without PUMPKIN PIE...?

What do you have for Thanksgiving Dinner?

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