BONUS: Most of our “bests” won’t share their recipes, but there are some who did — nos. 7, 10, 17, and 25.____________________
In this issue: Summer Off the Beaten Path
When visiting family in Vermont we always seem to end up going to the wayside resturant in Berlin. When we go to Maine for a few day our favorite resturant there is Billys Chowder house on mile road, in Wells.
What happen to breadpudding????
I really think rhubarb pie should have made the list!
How about Tapioca or Rice Pudding to name a couple….
New England=birthplace of the county? Hello-o! Hear of Jamestown? 1607? By the time Plymouth Rock happened the English in Jamestown had settled, farmed, exported back to England, did a PR tour to England to talk up the area, and formed the House of Burgesses, the seeds of democracy. Sort of makes New England the kindergarden of the country, right?
I know New England has a very positive self-image, and it is a lovely part of the country, but as someone who has lived most of her life outside of this wonderful region I hate to see the advances that were made in other parts of this country appropriated by New England as its own.
I would love to try some of these, but it seems like most of them forgot to put the recipes on the site. Were are the recipes? So far the only one I could find is the Boston Creme Pie!! I guess they really don’t want people to try their recipes after all.
For anyone who doubts that New England is the birthplace of our country, I suggest they refresh their memories of what they learned about the American Revolution. It is not about which area was settled by white Europeans first, but where the journey for nationhood began: Boston.
I recommend the Paperback Cafe in Old Saybrook CT for their fantastic Fenwick French Toast. The rest of their menu items are very good too but this is the one that is a “must have” whenever I am in Old Saybrook.
As a former Onset resident and seafood lover, my family and I have enjoyed Lindsey’s forever! Not only are the Codfish Cakes great, but the entire menu is full of delicious seafood and down-home dinners to delight the tastebuds! Further, the service is excellent; the entire staff is always eager to please each and every customer! Smiling faces, a warm atmosphere, delicious food and great prices are awaiting everyone who visits Lindsey’s! We highly recommend Lindsey’s to everyone who visits Cape Cod! Congratulations to Cheri Lindsey and the entire staff on 60 years of Excellence! When you’re at the Gateway to Cape Cod, make sure you stop at Lindsey’s for the BEST DOWN-HOME SEAFOOD you’ll ever enjoy!
I live in western MA and when I think of cheese, I would normally think of VT. However, I’ve found a local cheddar cheese that is exceptional. It is buttery in flavor and has a nice feel in your mouth. When it’s put out with crackers when friends gather, it is quickly gone!
It is made by The Granville Country Store, PO Box 143, Granville, MA. It can be purchased in local Big Y markets, or at the store itself on Rte. 57, or it It can be purchased by anyone by calling 1-800-356-3141.
The York Beach Fish Market is my favorite for both New England Clam Chowder and Lobster Roll!!
When in the White Mountains we like to spoil ourselves with the homemade fudge from The Brick Store, in Bath, New Hampshire.
I am mad for Cranberry pancakes…they are the best and the only place I have found them is in Yarmouth, Ma. A must for anyone to try!!!
When my husband was alive, we always went through Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, and Mass every year on vacation for at least 15 years – our favorite was Lindsey’s – we always stopped there on our way back home – the food was always excellent – i remember the Cod Fish Cakes and the Lobster seafood dish/soup – i really miss the great wait staff and bartenders because i cannot get there anymore – WISH I COULD GET THEIR TWO RECIPES FOR THE ABOVE
What you are taught in school is not always correct. It also depends upon what you mean by ?birthplace.? If you mean what gave rise to the establishment of America, then Jamestown is the answer. If you mean where the seeds of discontent with British laws were first voiced, then the answer is London. If you mean where actions set the tone for the Revolutionary War, then Boston is the answer. If you mean what established America as an independent nation, then Philadelphia is the answer. How about we just agree that there are different answers depending upon how you interpret the question. I mean, is it really that important? And can’t we just enjoy the food aspect of this article instead of bringing regional politics into it?
I just think all of “our foods bring us TOGETHER”,one nattion under God!!
I’m sorry to have to post this comment, BUT, when you chose Legal Seafoods over Anthony’s Pier Four for the stuffed lobster, you lost me as a avid fan of your opinions for food. I also find JT Farnum’s very good for clams, but, I prefer The Clam Box in Ipswich. (Thanks for the rest of the information.)
As a former New Englander, the food I miss most is Frozen Pudding Ice Cream.
What happen to New Enland Clam Chowder
whoppies pies at my house in easthampton mass. have not found any better anywhere , my husband makes a great whoppie pie cake also . yummy.
As a relocated Rhode Islander, I have to note the omission of New York System hot wieners and Del’s Lemonade. No trip back to RI is complete without them.
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