Boston is the most populous city, as well as the capital of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. It is home to the Boston Red Sox baseball team as well as the New England Patriots NFL Football team and the Boston Celtics Basketball team. Boston was a colonial town and has a lot of American heritage and history surrounding it, including the famous Boston Tea Party where Americans boycotted a tax from England on imported tea by throwing shipments in to the Boston Harbor. Being a seaport city, Bostonians enjoy a variety of seafood dishes such as lobster, clams and shrimp. New Englanders enjoy a traditional soup containing fish, clams or corn known as chowder. Who hasn’t heard of New England Clam Chowder? But chowder comes in other forms besides Clam Chowder such as corn or fish. Other traditional dishes that are popular the world over that have originated from Boston are Boston Baked Beans and Boston Cream Pie. There are many foods from this culturally rich city. This cookbook has captured a wide variety of the traditional Boston, Massachusetts dishes for you to enjoy.