A Centuries-Old Succotash Recipe!

Jonathan Townsend

Posted on March 16 2017

Succotash is a delicious dish with a very rich history. The earliest reference we found dates to the mid-1600’s, but, as far as we can tell, another 200 years went by before an actual recipe was listed in a cookbook. Succotash is essentially a corn stew. We’re making a summertime version using fresh corn and beans. Enjoy!

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