Boston Baked Beans??

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Aug 23rd, 2008, 06:50 PM
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I say beantown, as I grew up eating them. I wish I had my mom's old beanpot but only have an old Durgn Park one. In early years I would buy them for gifts to friends in Europe but they were very inexpensive back in those days
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Aug 26th, 2008, 03:09 AM
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I agree with all the suggestions, but the little candy that is sold in airports and gift shops, especially around Fanueil Hall, is the BBB that everyone brings home as a souvenir. They were a kid favourite. To eat them for real, Durgin Park.
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Aug 26th, 2008, 06:57 AM
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About 15 years ago we went to a party where the host had hired a caterer out of NH who specialized in baked beans that were cooked overnight in a firepit dug into the ground and covered. Cooked all night and there was a big unveiling that was the highlight of the party. I am not a fan of baked beans but those who did partake loved them.

And it is true that on the North Shore many breakfast places offer baked beans as a side instead of hash browns.
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