I first took some frozen cranberries out of my freezer that I had saved since last Christmas. They were still good. I made a simple syrup of water and sugar, then added the cranberries and cooked for 10 minutes. I squeezed a lemon, and also used some zest from the lemon in the mix with the cranberries. When the cranberries were almost finished cooking, I added black grapes that were sliced. The lemon juice mixed with the cranberries, sugar, and grapes mixture had a nice taste after it was finished and cooled.
I mixed the “mystery mix” with pumpkin in the mix, with Peter’s “goody” bag.
The “Thanksgiving Mystery Pizza”, was dressed with the a little St. Dalfour Royal Fig, Grande mozzarella, and then the cranberry mixture. When the pie was almost finished baking I took some ground pumpkin seeds (I had toasted from my Halloween pumpkin) and sprinkled them over the pie. After the mystery pumpkin pie was baked, I brushed melted butter on the rim and sprinkled with Parmesan cheese.
The mystery pizza was bake on the bottom rake of my oven on the stone at about 500 degrees F for 8 ½ minutes.
Now, what member wouldn’t want this for a Thanksgiving dessert. The crust even had pumpkin pie spices in it. Being from Pa. it is always traditional to have pumpkin pie for Thanksgiving.