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Little Apple Pie History
origin of most customs and foods in America can
be traced to Europe. The same is true of American
Apple Pie - it is not really American at all!
Fourteenth century English often enjoyed meat
pies. Fruits such as apples were substituted in
traditional meat pies and served as dessert. Apple
pie was a favorite dessert during the reign of
Elizabeth I. During the mid 1600s, Oliver Cromwell
banned many pleasures throughout the Commonwealth,
including pie. Fortunately under the reign of
King Charles II in 1660 England enjoyed a more
pleasant lifestyle, as the King allowed them many
pleasures previously denied by Cromwell, among