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Did the pilgrims eat pumpkin pie or cranberry sauce at the first Thanksgiving?

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they ate cranberry sauce

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the pilgrims did. they hollowed out a pumpkin, filled it with cream and sugar, and baked it for the first thanksgiving.


In the fall of 1621, the Pilgrims and Native Americans celebrated the first Thanksgiving because this new established colony had a bountiful harvest. It was a harvest meal that featured foods, such as corn, pumpkin, nuts, cranberry, and different types of game.


There is no real evidence that there were turkeys served in the first thanksgiving. There were wild birds (may be turkey or not ) which were boiled first, then deboned and fried with butter or oil, served on top of bread. No cranberry sauce and no pumpkin pie. There was pumpkin but not in a pie.


Sara Josepha Hale, most famous for writing the nursery rhyme 'Mary Had a Little Lamb', decided that after she read a pilgrims diary that she wanted to recreate that first meal between the pilgrims and the natives. She made Thanksgiving an annual holiday in the 1880's and published recipes for Turkey, pumpkin pie, cranberry sauce and potato.


It is not known whether pumpkin pie was served at the first Thanksgiving, but it is not likely, The pilgrims would have run out of or been very low on the sugar and flour necessary to make them and very likely would have no way to bake them.


AnswerThe Pilgrims had their first ThanksGiving feast in the year 1621.


The foods that were likely eaten at the Pilgrims for Thanksgiving were duck, goose, passenger pigeons, oysters, and fish. They also had pumpkin, Indian corn, beans, walnuts, and acorns. The Pilgrims drinks likely consisted of beer and wine.


The Wamponoags did and who had the first Thanksgiving were the Pilgrims.


Answer pilgrims holiday - thanksgivingTHANKSGIVING was the first holiday celebraterd by pilgrams.


the pilgrims and the Indians had the first thanksgiving meal in 1621


Yes pilgrims ate popcorn at their first thanksgiving dinner.


The Wangponag tribe was the first Indians to eat Thanksgiving with the pilgrims.


The Pilgrims likely had cranberry, grapes, and melons on their menu. They possibly could have eaten wild turkey as well. They likely stuffed the turkey with nuts and herbs.


The Pilgrims celebrated the first Thanksgiving in 1621.


False, the first thanksgiving was not called that by the pilgrims.


Turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy, sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie were not served.


On the first thanksgiving the pilgrims wore black and white and i am not sure what the Indians wore sorry


The pilgrims and Indians were at the first Thanksgiving. The pilgrims were celebrating a successful harvest and giving thanks to God.


There is no way of knowing exactly what was served at the First Thanksgiving, but it was likely they did not eat creamy mashed potatoes, pumpkin pies, or cranberry sauces. There were different game birds, corn bread, vegetables, sea food, and berries.


They held their first Thanksgiving in 1621.


You can find many details about the Pilgrims and the first Thanksgiving on the Scholastic web site.http://www.scholastic.com/scholastic_thanksgiving/feast/


How did you get a writing job??Please---their first Thanksgiving


Because of the lack of the commodity sugar, I doubt it. The festival that we have now celebrates the abundance of food, while the first celebrations were about survival.


The foods served for that first meal were very different than what we typically think of as a modern Thanksgiving Feast with turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy, sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie were not served.


The Wampanog tribe ate the first Thanksgiving meal with the pilgrims.



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