In the wake of the mass shooting at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida, many Americans have begun to turn to a new holiday tradition: cranberry pie.
The pie, as it is called, is traditionally served with whipped cream, jam, and cranberries.
But, in New England, this past weekend, people were served cranberry curds instead of cranberry jam.
According to The Wall St. Journal, the “cudgel-shaped dessert” was made at a New Hampshire restaurant.
It was created in honor of the state’s birthday, the New Hampshire State Police said.
Cudgel is a word that refers to a small, round object that resembles a cup.
It’s used to describe an apple that is too small to be used as a decoration, like a pencil, and to describe a small spoon or spoon holder.
As the name suggests, the cranberry dish was served in a cup, rather than in a bowl, The Wall said.
Cudgers have been used in many traditional celebrations, like the Thanksgiving holiday.
However, cranberry-curd pie is a much different experience.
It is often made from scratch.
Instead of cranberries, cranberries are used.
And cranberry is not a common ingredient in the recipe.
The dish was also made without butter, and there was no cream or jam.
It also did not contain butter, because the recipe calls for only milk and sugar.
This recipe is not recommended for children, The WSJ said.
However the recipes below may be adapted to meet their needs.
A few of the ingredients:2 cups water3/4 cup sugar3/8 cup flour1/2 teaspoon cinnamon1 teaspoon ginger1/8 teaspoon nutmeg1 teaspoon allspice1 teaspoon vanilla1/4 teaspoon salt1/3 cup white sugar1/6 cup butter2 eggs1/16 teaspoon baking powder1/5 cup brown sugar2 tablespoons powdered sugar1 teaspoon baking soda1/1 cup apple juice2 cups of powdered sugarCudger pie recipe: