Iconic and once ubiquitous in New England, Boston brown bread is one of America’s earliest niche breads. Its history and unique presentation alone will intrigue diners – not to mention its super moist texture, and rich, sweet molasses flavor reminiscent of a ginger bread cookie. Typical recipes are made up of nothing more than an embarrassingly simple combination of whole-wheat and all-purpose flours, cornmeal, molasses, and baking soda poured into clean baked bean cans and steamed or baked in a bain-marie-like crème brûlée. Once cooled, the bread slides out of the can, is sliced into cranberry sauce-like rings, and slathered with whipped cream cheese, or, better yet, whipped butter spiked with honey! Present on a small cutting board along with the can it was baked in for a dramatic and authentic American dining experience and your customers will achieve breakfast bread glory.