Whoopie Pie

A staple of both New England and the Pennsylvania Amish – Whoopie pies are a well-loved dessert staple. According to Amish lore – when kids found these delectable treats in their lunch bags – they would shout “Whoopie!” Mainers like to claim that they were weaned on whoopee pies… So what makes a ‘Whoopie Pie’ a Whoopie? The classic is

Persimmon Pudding

In late September, wild persimmons begin to color the country roads of Indiana with bright, sunset blasts of vibrancy against the verdant green of the bushes. Native to that landscape – Hoosiers forage for persimmons through November, when this wild fruit claims its place on the Thanksgiving table, as a dark, golden pudding. There is deeper history here: t

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