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Hot drinks for cold nights

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’

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

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

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

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

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

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

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.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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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