On the Cape there were all the standard seafoods available. Clams, scallops, oysters, lobster, cod, flounder, swordfish, shark, and tons of other stuff. Oh, there really is no such thing as Scrod. It was just a marketing name created for the catch of the day. Attributed to the Parker House in Boston, home of Parker House dinner rolls. In Hyannis we had Mildred's Chowder House. After JFK was elected it became world famous as he had her chowder flown to the WH. My mom worked there on and off through the 1950s - 60s. It was open from 1949 to 2000. The building was demolished in 2010. Then there were baked beans, Necco Wafers candy, Marshmallow Fluff, Moxie pop, New England boiled dinners, brown brread steamed in a coffee can, cranberries, wild blueberries, and tons of ice cream from all the small dairy farms.