An Interfaith Thanksgiving

By Susan Milligan Contributor The first Thanksgiving is notable for its cross-cultural friendship: Native Americans shared a harvest feast in Plymouth, Massachusetts, with the English settlers, called Pilgrims. Since then, the holiday has evolved into a family affair, with
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Thanksgiving: A Cornucopia of Culinary Traditions

In the autumn of 1621, almost one year after the English Pilgrims landed at Plymouth Rock in what is now Massachusetts, they gathered with the Wampanoag Indians for a feast celebrating the colonists’ first successful harvest. A blend of Native American and English Puritan customs, the (more...)

Easy Pumpkin Pies With Brandy Whipped Cream

Are looking for easy cooking in a last minute? These pies only take about 10 minutes to prepare, but they taste wonderful. If you're looking for a pumpkin pie with a great return for your effort, this is the recipe! Filling: 3/4 cup granulated sugar 3/4 (more...)

Philly Grown Chef’s Tasty Autumn Recipe

Now that Halloween has passed, its on to the next, even greater American tradition – Thanksgiving – and what says thanks giving more than a traditional pumpkin pie. Whether your looking to celebrate Thanksgiving the traditional American way or just want to cook up something delicious, pumpkin pie is certainly the (more...)

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