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Nantucket cranberry pie

In 1992, Gourmet Magazine published one of Laurie Colwin’s final recipe columns. The novelist and food writer had died unexpectedly a few months before, and they were coming close to the end of what she’d created before this untimely event. 

The column was for a dish called Nantucket cranberry pie. It was a blend of fresh cranberries cooked in a cake-like batter. Indeed, the recipe appeared to be more like a fruit cobbler than pie, and Colwin admitted as much. Though the name stayed.

When explaining how she found the recipe . . .


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