This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of PAM Cooking Spray.
I’ve always found it interesting that depending on where you are in the country, you’ll find different favorite foods. Especially around the holidays, traditional dishes and desserts begin being baked and served
Growing up in Maine, Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners both came with a crazy amount of desserts, especially considering the number of people that were there to consume them. We had cheesecake, fudge, brownies, and more pies than we knew what to do with: pumpkin, chocolate, butterscotch, apple, pecan, even mince meat. There was no shortage of tasty treats.
When I moved to Kentucky I found that some of those favorites were favorites here, as well. But I also found a new addition to the pie line up that I had never even heard of: a pie to celebrate the Kentucky Derby race (a.k.a. The Pie Which Must Not Be Named, as I received a request to remove the “official” name of this pie from my post). It’s kind of like a pecan pie with chocolate chips, with a bit of a gooey filling.