It's autumn, and that means the start of the pumpkin spice season!
The pumpkin spice craze started back in the late 1800s after Emmett Lee Dickinson (Emily Dickinson's third cousin, twice removed --at her request) published his poem "Would you like Autumn? Taste of ours." You can read the poem and all about the origin of the pumpkin spice craze HERE.
The PS-craze is still going strong, so we thought we'd share some of the more popular pumpkin-spice recipes from the Emmett Lee Dickinson Museum kitchens.
Whether you try one or try them all, you're sure to savor the zest of pumpkin spice!