Listen: Americas, United Kingdom, Tikrit discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"And in fact, pumpkin pie itself was developed in the United Kingdom in the sixteen hundreds as a novel way to use this interesting sort of food stuff that came from the Americas. And they started cultivating in France and England these pumpkins and butternut squash and whatnot and developed the recipe for a delicious high cooked out of it's a custard in some kind of Tikrit tart shell Shelia. The the way that you would have. Eaten squash in the Americas? At the time was more of a kind of soup. Like, we would like you would think of a sort of torque trader Joe's, pumpkin, sue stalemate pumpkins. So the pie was this innovation that came back to the Americas. I've seen earlier Espy's where there would be very fancy and make it in the pumpkin gourd at self instead of a pie crust, which is kind of crazy. Yeah. Right. Is that what you want? I mean, I think red bowl in the nineteenth century. There was a phase. I think where they would. Yeah. They'd throw. It was kind of like making it duck, and they would throw apples and cinnamon and all kinds of things inside of a pumpkin and bake it as a whole, pumpkin. There's a Japanese restaurant here in town that will make pumpkin fried rice in the pumpkin that the thing came from. And it is kind of like using the you kill something and then use its own skeleton. It's kind of like in your face, pumpkin and your face alien overlord here at here in town right now. Amazon dot com has taken over some of the upper floors of Macy's department store had helped."