Hanson, Massachusetts, located 20 miles southeast of Boston, witnessed the beginnings of the cranberry industry in America. The cuisine in Hanson reflects that foundation that brought prosperity to the city. Begin your day with real cranberry cinnamon walnut French toast. The delicate tartness of the cranberries marries well with the robust flavor of walnuts. For lunch, enjoy a salad of baby spinach, gorgonzola cheese, candied pecans and dried cranberries drizzled with a port wine syrup. Begin your dinner with an appetizer of sea scallops wrapped in bacon and accompanied by a homemade raspberry or cranberry sauce. As an entrée, enjoy a fresh, homemade lobster salad prepared with celery, lemon and craisins mixed in mayonnaise, served alongside traditional New England clam chowder and onion rings.