Sense of Place: The Food of New England

Sense of Place: The Food of New England

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Emma Christensen
Jul 9, 2008
After sharing all our favorite flavors of New England, we couldn't leave you without a few recipes to tempt your taste buds! Whether you live in Boston or Santa Fe, a transplant from a different coast or a native yearning for home, these dishes will land you smack dab in the bays and rocky hillsides of New England. New Englanders take advantage of what they have while it's in season, preparing them in simple ways to show off their best flavors. This applies to everything from strawberries to lobster! Breakfast Red Flannel Hash (Beet and Pototo Hash--great with a fried egg on top!) Johnny Cakes (which are from Rhode Island and don't let anyone tell you otherwise) Old-Fashioned Indian Corn Pudding Everything with a big helping of maple syrup, of course... Dinner Potato and Celery Root Gratin with Smoked Haddock (Finnan Haddie) New England Fish Chowder New England Clam Chowder Lobster Pot Pie Lobster Rolls (the recipe says to serve on dinner rolls, but they're really best on hoagie or hot dog buns!) Backyard New England Clam Bake (sandy beach encouraged, but not required) Dessert Fruit Cobbler (baked in an oven) Blueberry Grunt (covered and cooked on the stovetop) Boston Cream Pie Extras Anadama Bread Boston Brown Bread Cranberry Relish with Apple Cider What other dishes would you add to this list? Related: Celebrate Seafood Dinner at the New England Aquarium (Images: WalkingGeek licensed under Creative Commons, Emma Christensen for the Kitchn, and Elizabeth Passarella for the Kitchn)
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