The Chew May 22 2012
The Chew team is eating its way across America during Coast To Coast week, and today’s destination was the New England city of Boston, Massachusetts, which is rich in historical tradition as well as established culinary classics that are popular the world over.
The Chew: New England Clambake Recipe by Michael Symon
Michael Symon had never had a Boston Clambake before coming up with his own version of the recipe, which even features sausage. Check out his twist on this seafood classic that’s easy to make and tasty no matter what time of year or region you’re eating it in.
The Chew: Boston Cream Pie Recipe by Carla Hall
For dessert, the most famous dish on the Eastern Seaboard may just be the official dessert of the state of Massachusetts, Boston Cream Pie. Find out how you can make Carla’s three-layer version that is drizzled in chocolate and packed with homemade goodness.
The Chew: Red Flannel Hash Recipe with Fried Eggs by Mario Batali
Breakfast doesn’t have to be a box of cereal, especially if you were eating good the night before. Don’t be put off by the origin story of Red Flannel Hash. But do check out how you can turn your leftovers into a great morning meal thanks to this recipe from Mario Batali.
The Chew: DePasquale’s Pasta, Parziale Bakery & Boston North End
Planning a trip to Boston? You’ll want to eat your way through the city’s famed North End neighborhood so you can sample everything it has to offer. Check out the tasty and time honored discovered that Yvette Rios sampled when she visited the iconic neighborhood.
The Chew: Lobster Rolls & Shoestring Fries Recipe by Clinton Kelly
Clinton Kelly found a fellow Boston College alum to help him prepare his contribution to the Boston-themed recipe collection. Check out how to make his Lobster Rolls, and you decide whether to serve the fries on the side or on the roll itself. Either way, it sounds delicious.