An Interview with Plimoth Plantation Culinary Historians, Kathleen Wall, Kerri Helme, Alex Cervenak
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“So lots of corn, beans, squashes, nuts, roots, shoots, berries, eggs, shellfish.” (FYI - The recording isn't up to our usual standards, thanks for understanding.)
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