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Jenna Lambert

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Something new in the mix

There is truly something special about a local neighborhood market. I have found these places to be right at the soul of the community,...

Fall squash recipes to try

We have reached the point where most of our fresh summer produce has been pickled or canned. The days are getting shorter, and much...

Appetite for apples

September on Martha’s Vineyard should truly be deemed the eighth wonder of the world. The heaviness in the air from the humidity, the traffic,...

Tacos and ’ritas

I am going to start this article the way any local food writer shouldn’t, by saying I hate going out to eat in the...

Finds: Cool Culinary Things

LeRoux at Home makes chocolateMany years ago, LeRoux was a clothing store. In 1998, Michael and April Levandowski opened their flagship housewares store, LeRoux...

The West Tisbury Farmers Market turns 45

This June is the 45th anniversary of the Vineyard’s oldest and largest outdoor marketplace. The West Tisbury Farmers Market is a quintessential Vineyard tradition,...

Cool culinary things

 New knives from old metal When you’re making a dish that requires some chopping and find your knives too dull, what do you do? Me,...

Luscious lavender

You know summer is here when each Saturday our local artisans, chefs, bakers, agriculturalists, craftsmen, and more fill the booths of the West Tisbury...

Buffet beauty

Does anyone else feel like Five Corners is the center of this Island? It’s the first challenge you are faced with after exiting the...

No ordinary juice

There are lilacs, sunshine, and terrible drivers everywhere — it’s finally starting to feel like spring. The second the warmth of summerish sun hits...

Pickles and probiotics

Remember the days where the food you put in your body was based on what you wanted, rather than what you needed? If you...

Sunshine daydreaming at Coop

As I got ready for work this morning, I carried out the same routine I have for too many months. I took my Vitamin...

Ample food and sturdy drink

Just like drinking green beer on St. Patrick’s Day, corned beef and cabbage is an American adaptation of an Irish tradition. Although I come...

Finding Brazilian delights

The perks of living on Martha’s Vineyard go far beyond beautiful beaches, cute little towns, and the tight-knit community. Our little population has a...

Cooking from scratch

When it comes to preparing food, there are three types of people in the world. There are those who find pouring milk on cereal...

It’s back

Every winter, usually right after the New Year, our little Island goes into hibernation. The last of the holiday crowds dissipate, the ocean turns...

Savvy Super Bowl snacks

Just about 52 years ago, the Green Bay Packers set out to play the Kansas City Chiefs in America’s very first Super Bowl. At...

Good Newes

Though the idea of spending a cold winter on an isolated little Island during its off-season seems outlandish to most, I have always advocated...

Best bites

For such a tiny little community in the middle of the ocean, Martha’s Vineyard has an impressive amount of quality cuisine. At The Times...

Cheers!

New Year’s Eve is closing in, so we’d like to share some delicious cocktail recipes with you. Almost any of these can work if...