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Hot drinks for cold nights

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As the temperatures drop and autumn takes hold of us, we start craving warmer drinks that soothe, comfort, and wrap us in their warmth....

Cauliflower Taco ‘Meat’

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Hear me out for a second, and notice that the word meat is in quotations! This Cauliflower Taco "Meat" is a great addition to...

Spaghetti all Amatriciana

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For the past month, recipes we make at home have to line up with the following criteria: few ingredients, quick to make, and utterly...

Whipped coffee, the drink that took over the internet

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As a coffee lover, when I saw this whipped coffee trend — which really isn’t anything new, but we will get to that in...

‘Tis the season

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Just a few reminders to make sure your holiday cookies are the best they can be: Do use room-temperature ingredients, definitely preheat the oven,...

Season’s eatings

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The fall and winter months are made for baking. Not only do our schedules slow down, but life in general seems more quiet in...

The Wharf steps up its pub-fare game with delicious dinner options

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Some places are known for certain things, and sometimes they can surprise you. The Wharf is typically a spot for locals to enjoy a...

There’s nothing quite like a summer visit to the Right Fork Diner

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There are some places on Island that make you feel as if you’re on vacation, even if you live here year-round, and Right Fork...

Go on an edible adventure with Farm. Field. Sea.

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Visiting a restaurant for a great meal can be an experience all on its own, but when thinking out of the box and creating...

Summer Bounty Dinner brings world-class chefs to the Island

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Chef Scott Cummings of Down Island and 20by9 in Oak Bluffs put a call out to some of his most prestigious chef colleagues, friends,...

It’s all in the family at John’s Fish Market

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Owned by the Pachico family, John’s Fish Market has been around for 67 years. Saltwater must run through the veins of the fishermen in...

What makes a restaurant successful

Operating a restaurant on the Vineyard comes with its own unique challenges. For openers, many provisions must be sourced off-Island, we have an abbreviated...

Garde East brings French-inspired dining to the Vineyard Haven waterfront

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Finding the perfect team to work with you in the kitchen is almost like finding housing on the Island — nearly impossible, typically out...

Sweet choices during annual Cape & Islands Bakes for Breast Cancer

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It’s said that baking for others actually benefits those who bake — the stress relief, plus the feeling that you’re being mindful of another...

Sweet Life, sweeter than ever

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Is it too early to say I’ve already had the best meal of my 2017 summer? It’s the first week of June, and I’m...

Plantain Linguiça Breakfast Hash

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If you’re looking for a breakfast recipe that’s inspired by the Caribbean, or if you just love plantains as much as I do, this...

Blissed Out in Vineyard Haven

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Eating healthy is no longer a trend but a way of life for many people. With this in mind, I decided to stop into...

Fare to remember

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When my husband and I travel, walking food tours make up a large part of our itinerary. If we’re in a new city, I’m...

Pizza perfect

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Pizza isn’t taken lightly. It can make or break a friendship, destroy a marriage, and can be a cause for war between families. It’s...

Stocking your shelves

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Larder: a cool area for storing food prior to use, common in houses before the widespread use of the refrigerator.   The Island now has...
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