With my apologies to Nutella, this is what happens to hazelnuts when they die and go to heaven: they become Cold Fusion gelato.
'New England' on Serious Eats
Cider doughnuts are the reward you (tell yourself you) earn after a long hour or so of apple picking. But as we pleasantly discovered in our quest for the best--or, at least the best within a reasonable drive from Boston--the tradition isn't limited to apple orchards..
Pie day may be March 14, but we think summertime is the best time for pie eatin'. From straight-up raspberry and sour cherry, to combo flavors like peach-blackberry and strawberry-rhubarb, we invite you to have a little dessert with us at a few of our favorite spots in New England.
Pumpkin pie can suck it! If there's a single dish that launches me straight back to the innocence of childhood and the warm comfort of my Yankee roots, it's this: a bowl of warm Indian pudding with vanilla ice cream melting and pooling moat-like around its perimeter. I have heard that some folks who reside in this fair nation have never heard of it, let alone have never tried it. Perhaps because the name conjures up images of actual native tribesmen lodged within the pudding
Friend of Serious Eats and Roadfooder Stephen Rushmore embarked on an insane 50-stop journey with two other Roadfooders, searching for the best ice cream in New England. They covered six states and hundreds of miles and came to some surprising conclusions. Stephen gave us the scoop on his incredible ice cream journey.