The World of Food: United States: Northeast

Issue: September 30, 2006

Blueberries and Cranberries   Cheddar   Fish   Shellfish   Tomatoes   Turkey Ask the Experts :   The Best Way to Cook a Lobster From a culinary standpoint, the American melting pot found in the Northeastern United States can be viewed as one giant stew, with each wave of immigration adding its own unique seasoning, ultimately creating a complex and flavorful dish.

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