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Apr 25, 2021

[Answer] What city's nickname honors its culinary history of slow-cooking beans in molasses?

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Boston - Boston goes by several nicknames, from “the Hub” to “the City on a Hill.” Perhaps the most popular and enduring nickname, “Beantown” honors one of the city’s regional specialties. The nickname emerged sometime in the 18th century when Boston was rich in molasses, thanks to the sugar trade with the West Indies, and slow-cooked beans in molasses became a favorite dish of Bostonians — including the waves of Italian, Portuguese, and Chinese immigrants that later arrived in the city during the 19th and 20th centuries. Baked beans have a long history in Boston, dating from the Native American traditions passed down in colonial times. One of Boston’s first baseball teams was also named the Boston Beaneaters.:


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