5 Classic Foods to Give You a Taste of New England
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When you think of New England, you probably think of lobster, the Patriots (or really, any Boston sports team), snowy winters and some wicked sweet accents.
There are just certain things that you associate with a location. But what about food?
Well, there's definitely a set of staple nourishments that stand out in connection with New England, too.
So whether you're at home in Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island or Connecticut and craving some classics or from away and looking for a taste of New England, we've got six iconic foods to satisfy your hunger. (And they could make for a sweet set of gifts for the holidays as well.)
These Maine-made treats are the perfect kind of pie. With fluffy cake tops and a creamy filling, you'll be enjoying a classic dessert of the state. And this pack comes in an eight count, so you can share... if you want to.
Here's an authentic taste of New England: brown bread in a can! And it's ready to eat. You can serve it with beans or maybe you just want to have some by itself. Maybe with some butter? Maple syrup?
Trying to decide what to eat for dinner? Red snappers may be on your list, and with 3 pounds of them, you'll have plenty to chow down on. Get ready for the snap when you bite into them!
Obviously, some Vermont maple syrup would be on the list. Perfect for pancakes and french toast, this Grade A dark Amber will up your breakfast game. Get ready for a kick to your taste buds!
Love it or hate it, Moxie has a distinct taste and is pure Maine. If you haven't tried it, this is your time to.