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Dessert: Pie or Indian Pudding

Dessert: Pie or Indian Pudding
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by in Nov 2007

If you’re in New England, dessert just has to be pie. Unless it has to be Indian pudding, a regional favorite that makes good use of cornmeal and maple syrup or molasses. Pie or pudding? Take your pick.

Here are some variations of cherry, apple, cranberry, pumpkin, even parsnip pie. Or make a version of the Indian pudding. Every meal needs dessert.

Make one for your table and one to share in this season of giving. Make it a tradition. How New England is that!

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One Response to Dessert: Pie or Indian Pudding

  1. Mary J. Pierce September 4, 2010 at 7:41 pm #

    In the September-October 2010 issue, in the “Everything Old Is New Again” article of receipts, I have a question on one point in the instructions for the Indian Pudding…pg.83…
    At the end it states, “Add milk and butter. Continue baking about 1 hour”. Is the milk and butter to be mixed into what’s already been baking in the dish, or just poured over the top?

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