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US New England Style Recipes: An Illustrated Cookbook of Northeastern U.S. Dish Ideas!

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What types of dishes are popular in New England?

Who brought these recipes to the “New World”?

How have they developed since their introduction?

The cuisine of the US New England area combines old British methods of boiling and steaming with many ingredients familiar to Americans, like corn, potatoes, cranberries and more. The recipes of the region reflect the meager soil but also the bountiful seafood of the northeastern United States.

The original Boston baked beans were once a Saturday staple due to the Sabbath rules of the Puritans. Many berries and maple syrup-related recipes have found a place of popularity all around the United States.

New England clams are among the tastiest in the world. They are often prepared within the shells, but clam chowder is also a popular dish with many different varieties. In the early days of the region, settlers made clam chowder with biscuits and salt pork. Today, the biscuits are not used, but crackers often are, instead.

Cranberries are used across the nation, especially at Thanksgiving dinners, but they are used throughout the year in New England. In addition to cranberry sauce, these berries also make wonderful cobblers, chutneys and pies. They are usually combined with other types of fruit since they are naturally sour. Read on and learn more about recipes in New England…


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