Did the pilgrims eat pumpkin pie on thanksgiving?
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Which one was not part of the 1621 Thanksgiving celebration by the Pilgrims pumpkin pie venison or corn?
Pumpkin pie was not really pumpkin pie back then. It was known the first settlers complained about the lack of flavor in pumpkin offered by the natives who simply roasted the squash in the ashes of a fire and ate it. To make the gourd more palatable it is likely the pilgrims cut the top off the pumpkin, added milk (when available) honey and spices. They would then simply roast the whole thing beside the…
If that is the traditional dessert at your house then yes. People can maintain a family tradition or change it as they like. If pumpkin pie is not your favorite dessert then you can always replace it with something more to your liking such as apple or rhubarb. There really are no "pumpkin pie police" waiting to arrest you if you fail to serve pumpkin pie on Thanksgiving.