Pumpkin is a native North American squash that was widely eaten by Indigenous Americans long before Europeans arrived in the 1400s. By the early 18th century, giving thanks for a bountiful autumn harvest with an annual celebratory feast, as the Pilgrims of the Plymouth Colony did in 1621, had become an important regional holiday in colonial New England and pumpkin pie had earned its iconic place at the table. Hundreds of years later it’s still on the Thanksgiving menu in most American homes. Ours features a creamy pumpkin filling spiced with Indonesian cinnamon, ginger, clove, and local honey from Gearig Apiaries in Ithaca, Michigan; and it’s made as rich as a person could stand with the addition of heavy cream from the local, family-owned Michigan Guernsey Dairy.
Party Time Pumpkin Pie
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