New England Style Hygge – Cozy Up with Our Winter Favorites

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Hey there friends and foodies!

We hope the first couple weeks of your new year have been happy, healthy for you and your family and that you’re feeling positive about the fresh start a new year seems to bring. We’ve set into the general “hands are always cold” that the month of January brings to New England so we’ve rounded up some of our favorite comfort foods to bring some warmth into our bowls and bellies.

We’re big on soups, chowders, and steaming bowls of chow mein to get us through the winter and we hope that you’ll find something you love to warm you up after a long day.

Bar Harbor Clam Chowder

Barharbor New England Style Clam Chowder 

Barharbor New England Clam Chowder starts with tender, succulent clams harvested from the cold North Atlantic waters. Their special cooking process ensures that their clams retain their natural color, flavor, freshness, and nutritional value. Everyone will enjoy this traditional favorite.

 

 

 

 

Seawatch Lobster BisqueSeawatch Lobster Bisque

Lobster bisque is another New England favorite that is delicious no matter what the temperature outside is. New Englanders serve lobster bisque all year round. Whether by the beach or cozied up at home, Seawatch Lobster Bisque is a treat!

 

 

 

 

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B&M Baked Beans

Bring back the good old fashion tradition of bean suppers on Sundays. We bet you have a memory or two of sitting down to eat with family for a bean supper, complete with B&M Brown Bread and your favorite Kayem Hot Dogs.

 

 

 

Hoo Mee Chow MeinHoo-Mee Chow Mein Mix with Gravy

Fall River’s own Oriental Chow Mein Company has been producing its famous Hoo-Mee Chow Mein mix since 1926. We love the noodles’ crisp texture and the traditional taste of the gravy. Different meats and vegetables can be added to make it your very own creation.

 

 

-The Gang at FamousFoods.com