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Presidents & Their Food: 50 Facts You Never Knew

Gourmandize Logo By Stephanie Holmes of Gourmandize | Slide 2 of 50: Apple Pandowdy. This 19th-century apple pie distinguishes itself from the classic recipe, in that the dough is broken up into pieces and then arranged atop the filling, rather than being left whole. Abigail Adams would make this delicacy with the crops of her husband's New England Harvest.

John Adams's Wife Often Made This Special Dessert Known As...

Apple Pandowdy. This 19th-century apple pie distinguishes itself from the classic recipe, in that the dough is broken up into pieces and then arranged atop the filling, rather than being left whole. Abigail Adams would make this delicacy with the crops of her husband's New England Harvest.

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