NovMessage from the Director: 

“Thanksgiving is a wonderful time of the year: plenty of food, family, friends, and fellowship.  The original meal prepared, shared, and ate by the European settlers to this continent wasn’t what we think of for this meal today, however.   While wild turkey may have been on the menu (no records exist of the exact items served) the most common food served would most likely have been venison, breads and porridge made from corn, and other wild fowl such as duck and even passenger pigeons!   Vegetables other than flint (Indian) corn, wild turnips, onion, and garlic would have been scarce.   Many account speak of meals being served with a variety of nuts, however: beechnuts, walnuts, and chestnuts being the most popular.  What wouldn’t have been on the menu is pumpkin pie as no butter would have been available for several years so, no crusts for pies!   Personally, it’s not the Holiday’s if I can’t enjoy a nice pumpkin pie!   We sincerely hope you enjoy the offerings we have planned for you this year!”

Chris Kamradt, Child Nutrition Services Director

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