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Hospital food on Martha’s Vineyard is a delicious surprise

When you think of hospital food, what comes to mind? Normally, it’s insipid, flavorless, bland meals made somewhere far away and reheated at their...

A Martha’s Vineyard chocolate tour

“All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn't hurt.”―Charles M. SchulzIt’s quite possible that chocolate has magical powers,...

Super Bowl recipes

If we’re being honest, I’m only excited about the Super Bowl because it’s an excuse to make delicious food and eat it all day...

Mimi’s Hittin' the Sauce is a labor of love

Last year I attended the National Fiery Foods and Barbecue Show (fieryfoodsshow.com) in Albuquerque, N.M. It was unlike any trip I’ve ever done: an...

Waterside burger night is simply mouthwatering

During winter, those restaurants that stay open really buckle down and offer the year-round population deals, discounts, and nightly specials to get us out...

Favorite vegetarian meals on Martha’s Vineyard

Eating a plant-based diet doesn’t mean you have to give up meats forever. It just means you focus mostly on fresh produce, and when...

Bite into Martha’s Vineyard’s best off-season burgers

The burger, a ubiquitous part of the Western culinary world, is one of those foods known for hitting you with a sudden craving. You...

Get a taste of the islands at Deon’s

There’s something about Caribbean food that soothes the soul, mends the spirit, and satisfies even the hungriest of hungers. You may be surprised to...

The Grill on Main introduces new bar menu

Cold winter weather makes us crave hearty, comforting foods: hot soup, cheesy pasta, savory braises. Snow and freezing temperatures make us forget about our...

Recipe: Herbal Cough Syrup

Herbal cough syrup is a natural homemade alternative to store-bought cough syrup. It contains herbs that help soothe the throat, apple cider vinegar to...

‘Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food’

Disclaimer: I am by no means a doctor nor do I pretend to be one on television or in newspapers. Please consult your doctor...

Experience slow food with the Vineyard Bread Project

I love coming into an interview on a clean slate, meeting a stranger you know one or two things about, and somehow ending up...

Kick off 2017 with healthy recipes

In the past week I’ve heard the words “new year, new you” over a dozen times. A new year is a fresh start, a...

Food predictions for 2017

Food guides us. It’s the reason we travel to faraway places, seek out our family’s recipes, and feel such a deep emotional connection to...

Year in Review: Food and dining

Oh 2016, what a year it’s been. I can honestly say I’ve consumed more food this year than any other in my life. Not...

New Year’s Eve cocktails

There are just a few more days until the end of 2016, and while the holidays have passed, the holiday spirit is still in...

Winter soups

Once the weather gets cold, we start craving everything in the comfort food arena, and soup is just that: I would say soup is...

R&B’s Eatery: Edgartown’s hidden gem for casual fare

On a small Island, not many “hidden gem” establishments can hide in plain sight, but the inconspicuous R&B’s Eatery in Edgartown manages to fly...

Recipe: Hob Knob Blueberry Scones

During the holiday season, I bake approximately six out of seven days a week to fully engage in the Christmas spirit. Granted, I try...

Isola cooks up ‘progressive Italian’ with new chef Jimmy Alvarado

The year is coming to an end, and with that, some of our favorite establishments are getting ready to shutter for the winter season....