You know those pilgrim hats we always associate with Thanksgiving, the ones with the big buckles? Well, it turns out that it wasn’t until later in the 1600s that those became fashionable attire in the New World. The pilgrims that came over on the Mayflower most likely wore floppier (and less dramatic) hats. Nevertheless, the big-buckled hats have become as much an icon at Thanksgiving as turkeys — and besides, what kid wants a floppy hat quesadilla!?
Head over to Recipe.com to see how I made this simple quesadilla.