The Quiz: What unusual dessert became popular during the Great Depression?
Southern butter rolls
Explanation : Though it may not sound very appetizing at first, vinegar pie is a delicious combination of sweet and sour flavors: It’s made with eggs, butter, vinegar, and vanilla. Similar recipes date back to the 18th century, and were a convenient option when no fresh fruit was available. The sweet treat has another nickname: “Desperation Pie.” Because it can be thrifty, it was particularly popular during the Great Depression.
Correct Answer: Vinegar pie