Host a World Series Playoff Party
Bring out the best in both teams by serving regional dishes that are sure to get your guests fired up for the next inning.
New England Turkey BurgerCaramelized onions that have simmered in hoppy Sam Adams beer top our New England Turkey Burger. The Samuel Adams brewery is located right outside of Boston, and is named after one of America's founders who was also from Boston!
Toasted RavioliToasted Ravioli is one of St. Louis's signiture foods. The ravioli is breaded, baked or "toasted" and served with spaghetti sauce and a sprinkling of Parmesan.
Boston Cream PieBoston Cream Pie originated at Boston’s Parker House Hotel, and this cake-like pie became Massachusetts’ official dessert in 1996.
St. Louis Butter CakeIt's believed that this gooey Butter Cake originated in the 1930s and started out as an accident! But accident or not, we're fans of this buttery coffee cake.
New England Clam ChowderBecause of its location on the coast, one of Boston's signiture dishes is clam chowder.
Pork Ribs from Crook's CornerThis recipe is handy for entertaining because the initial cooking can be done up to a day ahead. Enjoy this St. Louis inspired dish with friends and family as you root for the Cardinals!
Chocolate Chip CannoliThere is a large Italian presence in Boston, so cannolis are a favorite among both local residents and tourists!
Thin-Crust Turkey Pepperoni PizzasWhen it comes to pizza, St. Louis is all about thin crust. The thinner and flakier, the better!
Boston Baked BeansThere is a long history of baked beans in Boston that goes all the way back to the days of Native Americans and pilgrims. "Boston Baked Beans" are a signiture side, and they eventually led to Boston's nickname - Bean Town.
Most Popular Recipes
- 1. Best Carrot Cake
- 2. Herbed Arugula-Tomato Salad with Chicken
- 3. Chicken-Broccoli Mac and Cheese with Bacon
- 4. Spicy Cheddar-Olive Spread
- 5. Mushroom, Bacon, and Swiss Strata