Based out of Hyannis since 1980, this natural kettle cooked potato chip company has rose from local start up to national powerhouse. Cape Cod Potato Chips feature the iconic Nauset Lighthouse in Eastham on every bag and bring the New England vibes all over the country.
With the closure of the famous Durgin-Park in Boston, Longfellow's Wayside Inn becomes the standard in keeping this historic New England dish alive. The inn even uses an on-site 18th century replica grist millstone to grind the cornmeal which is then combined with molasses and served warm with vanilla ice cream. Other notable spots include Student Prince in Springfield & Patuxet Café on Plimoth Plantation in Plymouth.
This ballpark classic named for the iconic Boston Red Sox home stadium went through a recipe tweak in 2009 and the team tabbed the local Kayem Foods for the job. Whether you're enjoying one at the ballpark or grilling at home, these will always be a go to for Bostoners & New Englanders as a whole.
A Boston cream pie is traditionally a yellow butter cake filled with custard or cream and topped with chocolate glaze. The dessert acquired its name when cakes and pies were cooked in the same pans, and the words were used interchangeably. Many spots around Boston put their own spin on this dessert and at Legal Sea Foods they add rum caramel sauce and toffee almond crunch to their version.
Ocean Spray was formed in 1930, in Hanson, by three cranberry growers who wanted to expand their market for cranberries and in the same year became the first producer of cranberry juice drinks with the introduction of Cranberry Juice Cocktail. The company is headquartered in Plymouth and as a cooperative now has growers all over the country and even into Canada.