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Bubble and Squeak | Definition from Boston's Hidden Restaurants

Bubble and Squeak (From Our Glossary Feature) Bubble and squeak is a an Irish and English dish that typically includes meat, potatoes, and cabbage, all mixed together into a patty and fried. Meats that are commonly used include bacon and corned beef, though some bubble and squeak recipes leave out meat entirely.

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Special Features. Boston's Hidden Restaurants is more than just a Boston restaurant guide that reviews little-known dining spots; it also has a number of sections and pages that cover a wide variety of related restaurant topics.

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I also ordered something called bubble and squeak, which was a rectangular patty made out of potatoes, bacon, and cabbage. I loved P.J. Clarke's, as it felt like every square inch of this well-worn, historic place had a story to tell.

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Boston Restaurant Blog -- February, 2008

I also ordered something called bubble and squeak, which was a rectangular patty made out of potatoes, bacon, and cabbage. I loved P.J. Clarke's, as it felt like every square inch of this well-worn, historic place had a story to tell.

 
 

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