However, I chose this recipe to repeat for two reasons:
1) It's an unusual twist on tradition, but incldes New England staples or cornmeal and blueberries, so they could have had it at the first Thanksgiving. I'm also thinking it would be great as a cranberry blueberry pie!
2) My daughter is bringing pie and I'm hoping it's this one again!
So without further ado, and because typing one-handed is excruciatingly slow...
So it's little surprise that her grown-up contribution to Thanksgiving each year is a blueberry pie.
This year she got creative. She'd seen this recipe in the NY Times for Blueberry pie with a crust made out of cornmeal.
Blueberry Pie with Cornmeal Crust
I'll admit, I was doubtful.
I'll also admit I was wrong.
It was AMAZING!!!
(Who cares that they probably didn't eat blueberry pie at the first Thanksgiving. They probably didn't eat pumpkin pie either!)
I shouldn't have been doubtful because I loved the blueberry cornbread muffins I used to make her when she was a child.
This pie was even better.
The sugar on top gave such a nice crunch and the cornmeal crust was perfection!
I took a picture of her pie. Good thing because there wasn't much of anything left.
My other daughter and I made an apple tart that was also really good but it definitely got overshadowed by the blueberry.
What are some of your unusual recipe combinations?