We asked our friends on social media what their favorites dishes were at each of these religious heritage sites. Check out some of the tweets below to find a delicious dish at each site on your trip!
@shakervillageky said “Definitely our Shaker Lemon Pie! It’s a favorite for sure!”
This pie is a little sweet and full of lemon flavor from the whole lemon slices used for the pie’s filling. Try topping it off with some homemade whipped cream and a lemon twist. Go to our web exclusive article for the recipe.
“Indian Pudding! This is a favorite dessert in the Patuxet Café” according to @plimoth
Indian pudding is named for its primary ingredient –meal made from Indian corn. The recipe for this New World dish can be found at blogs.plimoth.org/pilgrimseasonings
When we asked which Moravian recipe was the best in Old Salem @VisitWS’s reply was “All of them!” To make it easier for travelers to sample Moravian fare Visit Winston Salem has put together a culinary trail with stops highlighting recipes like Moravian Sugar Cake or the Moravian Chicken Pie. There are also recipes for each to bring a taste of the Old Salem experience home to your own kitchen.
To see the “top three” Moravian recipes check out Winston Salem’s culinary trail at http://visitwinstonsalem.com/moravianculinarytrail