Some speculate that White racism developed because of a need to salve a wounded conscience because of the atrocities committed in the Americas, and the subsequent trade in sub-Saharan slaves. Therefore Whites could continue the fantasy of thinking of themselves as an enlighten and advanced people. And it was indeed a fantasy; contrary to the contrivances of modern White historians: Whites in Europe had failed miserably at building upon the advanced civilizations that they had taken, by force, from the original Black inhabitants.
Excellent question with no definative answer. This recipe invites experimentation. Early print descriptions suggest the original dessert was a frozen fudge infused ice cream pie presented in chocolate cookie crumb pie crust.
Ice cream flavors varied; fudge ran from chocolate sauce to thick emulsion. Some recipes incorporate marshmallow or whipped cream. Others have no ice cream at all and are served warm or room temperature. They are classically garnished with gummy worms. The earliest print reference we find for Mud Pie suggests it was concocted by the wife of a rising star chef based in Long Beach California, circa Early s newspapers offer key references to Mud Pie recipes in readers' exhange columns and local fair contest winners.
Clearly, the recipe was circulating locally among home bakers. At some point in the early-mid s, the Chart House restaurant chain added Mud Pie to its dessert menu. While we can't confirm this restaurant "invented" mud pie, it certainly merits credit for elevating popularity to the national level.
Upscale restaurants, foodservice operations, corporate kitchens, and home cooks embraced the mud. With all sorts of interesting results. It is true that Mud Pie recipes come from Mississippi.
It is equally true they come from the West, North, East and Midwest. Where did the idea come from? Gill, a gourmand, on the go," Mildred K. The article profiles Don G.
Gill, husband of the woman referenced above. No recipe for Mud Pie included. Mississippi mud cake and creamy potato salad. Our family loves the Mud Pie served at the Chart House. We'd love the recipe The pie does get around. A big football player-type waiter with a mustache at the Westwood Chart House tells us that the recipe has been tossed up and down the coast and landed in Los Angeles via the Chart House.
No one we have asked so far seems to know its origin, but the formula can't be more simple: The pie gets its name from the fudge layer, which supposedly resembles you know what. Press into a 9-inch pie plate.
Chill thoroughly or bake at degrees 7 minutes, then chill. Pack ice cream into chilled crust, smoothing surface. Freezing before adding the fudge sauce is essential to keep fudge from slipping off.
Pour fudge sauce evenly over the pie and freeze until ready to serve. To serve, dollop with whipped cream and sprinkle with almond slices. Commercial fudge sauce is used by restaurants, but you may use your own recipe or the one given here.
Remove form heat and mix in milk alternately with sugar.
Bring to a boil over medium heat, stirring constantly. Cook and stir 8 minutes or until thickened and creamy. Remove form heat and stir in vanilla. Store in refrigerator and use as needed.
However, a slice of mud pie can certainly be recommended. The Chart House makes it with a chocolate crumb crust filled with coffee ice cream, iced with fudge, topped with shipped cream of undetermined origin, and frozen. It arrives still frozen but begins to thaw very nicely thereafter.(formerly Learnerator) This site has over 1, AP Euro questions all organized by time period and topic.
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Lecture 6 The Medieval Synthesis and the Secularization of Human Knowledge: The Scientific Revolution, (1) Why then do we hesitate to grant [the Earth] the motion which accords naturally with its form, rather than attribute a movement to the entire universe whose limit we do not and cannot know?
The prevalent definition of Europe as a geographical term has been in use since the midth century. Europe is taken to be bounded by large bodies of water to the north, west and south; Europe's limits to the far east are usually taken to be the Urals, the Ural River, and the Caspian Sea; to the southeast, including the Caucasus Mountains, the Black .