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I don't like fish very much. That is why it is so surprising that I adore real Boston Baked Scrod. Now I do not mean a rubbery piece of fish topped by a pile of soggy bread crumbs on top - yuck! I mean a flaky, tender piece of white fish with a buttery & l
Also good with other kinds of fish. Try Tilapia or Orange Roughy, or even catfish fillets.
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I don't know where I got this recipe that I've been using for years but it is definitely a man pleaser! I think that a ham bone gives the best flavour but will use an 8 oz piece of salt pork when necessary.
Recipe courtesy Paul Mayotte
From Australian Super Food Ideas May 2007. Low GI, great breakfast or brunch or light supper. They recommend to make a double batch and freeze for later use eg as jacket potato topping. 9th November 2008 UPDATE made this today and have made changes to timi
These, of course, are the ultimate Boston Baked Beans! Please take into account they need to soak overnight. You will need a 2 1/2-quart bean pot or covered casserole. Recipe By: Durgin-Park Restaurant, Boston, MA
Usually, IÂ’m not a big fan of fish, but this is something I actually crave. Its flavors come together in a wonderful way.
Lentils are so versatile!
Sinfully delicious! Visited Boston and adapted a recipe that I ordered that was not your standard boxed mac & cheese!
This signature dish of Boston, Massachusetts dates from the 17th century, when the Puritan sabbath - a day on which work was forbidden - was observed from sundown on Saturday until Sunday evening. The baked beans would be started on Saturday morning and th