What did the Pennsylvania colonists eat and drink?

Their existence was dependent on subsistence farming, trade with the Native-Americans and their own competence as hunters and gatherers. Good days could mean a fine dinner of Roast Goose with mushroom and onion stuffing or perhaps an elk haunch or venison fillets. Bad times might mean opossum stew with wild roots and during the very bad times a few hard tack crackers reluctantly removed from your Iron Tack Barrel and slathered with rancid bear lard.