Bringing home little souvenirs from a new city make you feel like a part of it all. When visiting Boston, don’t forget to discover the great food products that this city has to offer. Being an amazing outlet for New England regional products, this is where you will find a lot of unique, take-home artisanal foods. Here are some ideas for those who wish to find the best food souvenirs while enjoying Boston.
1. Cape Cod Potato Chips, around $1.70
No two chips are the same, aside from the hearty potato flavor and that wonderful Cape Cod crunch they share.
2. Lobster Gummy Candy, around $3.99
Enjoy these gummy candies that are in the shape of red little lobsters. This chewy lobster gummy candy has a sweet cherry flavor.
3. Real Maple syrup, around $7
It can be found at any local stores.
4. Apple Cider Doughnuts, 1 Dozen Apple Cider Donuts will cost around $10,99
Available at some farmer’s markets. Don’t forget to try the local cider!
5. Local artisanal chocolates, can be found at Burdick’s Chocolates from $20 for everyday assortments.
6. Local Beer. Boston and New England have a very active micro-brewery scene! Experience local beer from Sam Adams, a major Boston brewery.
7. Doves & Figs Cape Escape, by Taza Chocolate in Somerville, $7.
Local artisan Robin Cohen of Doves & Figs Kitchen handcrafts each jar of this delicious and unusual jam.
8. Jar of Marshmallow Fluff, around $6
Perfect for spreading on bread or fruit!
9. Salted anchovies are best at New Deal. Try a whole salt cod from any number of fish markets.
10. Dave’s All Natural Cold Brewed Coffee Syrup, $10,99
This thick amber syrup brings a rich coffee flavor to any food or cocktail recipe.
11. Boston Cream Pie, 6″ Round at $18
Check out Quebrada Bakery (Arlington or Belmont Center) or Flour Bakery (Fort point, Central Square or South End). A Boston cream pie is a cake that is filled with a custard or cream filling and frosted with chocolate. Although it is called a Boston cream pie, it is in fact a cake, and not a pie.
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This article is written by Olga Feoktistova.