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American Chopped Suey and a Fried Fluffernutter at The Regal Beagle

For Greasy Spoons Week, Stacy Cogswell, new executive chef at The Regal Beagle, has created two special dishes, available all week.

American chopped suey has been made in Cogswell's family for years. When her grandmother was a single mother of seven in Quincy during the Depression, this dish was a delicacy for her children, and all the neighboring children would come to her house to get a piece. It's still a staple dish in her family today. For Greasy Spoons Week, Cogswell is using wagyu beef, house-made mozzarella, basil, roasted garlic, parmesan, and breadcrumbs. The beef is braised in tomatoes, peppers and onions, and it's served with housemade pappardelle. ($28)

For dessert, a fun twist on a classic peanut butter and fluff sandwich — it's coated with flakes, deep-fried, and topped with strawberry sauce. ($8)
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308 Harvard Street, Brookline, MA 02446 617 739 5151 Visit Website

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