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New England Clam Fritters

New England Clam Fritters Recipe

These New England Clam Fritters are so simple to make. They’re rich with clam flavor while maintaining that classic fritter crust and warm soft center. Our recipe places the clams at the forefront and we promise you won’t be disappointed. Ingredients: 1 pint clams 11/3 cups flour 2 eggs 2 …

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JFK’s New England Fish Chowder Recipe

JFK's Fish Chowder Recipe

Whether you like the Kennedy’s politics or not, there is definitely an argument to be made that they are one of New England’s biggest icons. This dish came from JFK himself in a letter to a little girl named Lynn Jennings. Ms. Jennings had asked him liked to eat, and he …

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Boston Baked Beans from Scratch

Boston Baked Beans from Scratch

Boston didn’t earn the nickname Bean Town for nothing. The origins of Boston Baked Beans actually date back to pre-colonial time with Native Americans cooking beans sweetened with maple syrup and served with a corn bread called mazium. When the Pilgrims arrived, they combined their rye flour with corn meal …

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Raymond Farms Maple Bourbon Marinade

Raymond Farms

Ingredients: 2 Cups Apple Cider 1½ Cups Maple Syrup (REAL!) 1 Cup Burboun 1 Cup Kosher Salt Directions 1. Combine ingredients in a mixing bowl 2. Marinade anything with it, an hour or two usually works for most meats, but feel free to go longer for thicker meats or if …

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Joe Froggers

JoeFroggers

Joe Froggers are a classic New England favorite. These Joe Froggers cookies are a molasses, spice, and rum based cookie date back to the Colonial New England. According to Marblehead MA history, The cookies were originally baked by a man known as Old Black Joe Brown and an Aunt Crese, …

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New England Boiled Dinner

New England Boiled Dinner

The New England Boiled Dinner, more commonly known as Corned Beef and Cabbage, is as traditional of a New England meal as you can get. Typically served on St. Patrick’s Day, this hearty Irish-American dinner consists of corned beef, cabbage and root vegetables such as carrots, turnips and potatoes. Ingredients …

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New England Baked Bay Scallops

new england baked scallops

Who doesn’t love scallops? Especially when they are baked into a buttery, cheese, and garlic crust. This New England Baked Bay Scallops recipe is not only simple but will leave everyone wanting more. Served directly from a cast iron skillet for added flare. I’ve adapted the recipe to make use …

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Boston Brown Bread Recipe

Boston Brown Bread

The history of Boston brown bread dates all the way back to early colonial times. Before the Pilgrims landed in what is now Plymouth Massachusetts, they had a brief stent in Holland. While there, they become accustomed of the dark Dutch breads made of dark grains like rye and barley. …

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New England Striper Rolls

New England Striper Rolls

These New England Striper Rolls are a twist on the classic New England Lobster Rolls. This recipe is often referred to as a “Poor Man’s Lobster Roll”, but unless you’re catching the Stripers yourself, definitely our preferred method, often you’ll find lobster much cheaper per pound than fresh caught Striper. …

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New England Blueberry Muffins

New England Blueberry Muffins

For New Englanders , the term “Down East” refers to the coastal of eastern Maine from Penobscot Bay to the Canadian border. According to Down East magazine the term dates back to colonial times. “When ships sailed from Boston to ports in Maine (which were to the east of Boston), …

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