A World of Wonderful Taste: Persy’s Famous 3 Egg Omelets

However you spell it, omelet or omelette, this particular dish is made from a base recipe that includes beaten eggs that are cooked quickly in butter or oil in a frying pan. Sometimes they are folded over once, but other omelets are fancier, being folded over two or more times to hold filling inside. Persy’s […] Read more »

The Multi-Layered, Multi-Cultural History of New England Cuisine

If you want to learn more about the history and culture of a region, all you need to do is sample its food. Nowhere is this more true than New England, which boasts a long history that is peppered with the influence of many different cultures throughout America’s early and current history. Characterized primarily in […] Read more »

Springtime Salads at Persy’s Place

Salads at Persy's Place

As winter passes away and spring comes to the New England states, we begin to crave something a little fresher, a little cleaner and a little healthier. What better way to celebrate the season than with a tasty salad at Persy’s Place? Serving customers throughout Southeastern Massachusetts, Cape Cod and Eastern Rhode Island, there are […] Read more »

Fresh-Baked: The Best Muffins in Massachusetts

There’s nothing quite like the smell or taste of fresh-baked muffins. While there are different types of muffins baked and eaten all around the world, the American-style muffin, which greatly resembles a cupcake, is what most people think of when they use the word. Muffins come in a variety of sizes, with the “standard” muffin […] Read more »

Corned Beef Hash: A New England Staple

It may seem like a common, poor man’s dish, but corned beef hash has come a long way during its time in America. With origins that trace back to England, Scotland and other parts of Europe, the version that we claim here in the States has become just as American as apple pie. It’s a […] Read more »

New England Winter Wanderings – Persy’s Place Style

New England WInter Wanderings - Persy's Place has Great Food!

People come from all around the globe to visit New England in the fall, but outside of the skiing, not many are aware of the awesome experience that can come from a snowy winter road trip in the northeastern states. In addition to the beautiful sights, the New England states are known for their amazing […] Read more »

Why Sandwiches Are Considered American Comfort Food

Panini Sandwich

What is comfort food? Well, depending on the person, comfort food can mean a bowl of their grandmother’s chili, a plate of their mother’s lasagna, a tray of hand-rolled tamales or their dad’s famous grilled cheese sandwich. Yes, that’s right, a grilled cheese sandwich, or any sandwich for that matter, can be considered comfort food. […] Read more »

Celebrating Christmas in New England

Christmas Dinner in New England

New England was just made for the picture perfect holiday scene. Like a black-and-white film from the 30s or 40s, its just as beautiful and All-American today as it was back then. Who wouldn’t want to come to New England for the holidays? The snow, the tradition, the food… Christmas and New Years in New […] Read more »

The Great American Buttermilk Pancake

Flapjacks, hotcakes, griddlecakes or pancakes – whatever you call them it all means the same thing. Made from a combination of flour, eggs and milk, with recipes so varied and so unique, that each and every pancake seems to take on the flavor of the cook that makes it. Sweet or savory, milk or buttermilk, […] Read more »