FULL OF BEANS
Dishes up a one-pot wonder
I didn’t get to taste the famous Boston baked beans when I visited the East Coast city — I was too distracted by the unbelievable shellfish on offer. But now the weather is colder, these beans are just the ticket with a piping hot jacket potato. This dish was born in New England, where molasses were widely available for the rum industry. Traditionally the beans are cooked in a terracotta beanpot, but a cast-iron pan works just as well. So make the most of the cold nights drawing in with this slow-cooked one-pot warmer.