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Sarah Waldman proves you can have fun with your family’s food (and keep it...

It wasn’t too many years ago that we didn’t even know what a blog was. Nowadays, blogs have taken over our free time, and...

Smooth Moves proves a new healthy hideaway in Edgartown

Now open for business is Smooth Moves on Winter Street in Edgartown, the latest spot for smoothies and fresh juices for the health-conscious consumer. The...

The Dunes at the Winnetu: Still a lure in Edgartown

The benefit of living in such a seasonal community is having the slower (and significantly colder) winter, perfect for tackling big projects. Last winter...

The new chef in town: Giordano Smiroldo gets settled at Alchemy

A new chef took the helm at Alchemy’s kitchen this season, Chef Giordano Smiroldo, when former Chef Craig Decker moved on to Rockfish. A...

Smoking with Steven Raichlen this July 4th weekend

Sitting down with Steven Raichlen, Chappy summer resident and a five-time James Beard Award-winner who also holds a degree in French literature, always lends...

L’Etoile celebrates 30 years with another season of fresh, innovative cuisine

In celebration of its 30th anniversary, we stopped by L’Etoile in Edgartown to catch up with Michael Brisson, chef and owner of the popular...

An ode to summer’s sweetest fruit

On a sunny day in Edgartown, Morning Glory Farm hosted its annual Strawberry Festival on the farm’s grounds. As soon as I set foot...

A look inside the ‘Beetlebung Farm Cookbook’

Chef Chris Fischer (most recently of the Beach Plum Inn) has penned a new cookbook, The Beetlebung Farm Cookbook: A Year of Cooking on...

Working up our appetite for the Taste of the Vineyard 2015

It seems that tickets to the Taste of the Vineyard are more coveted than a parking space in downtown Edgartown in August. As soon...

Sous-chefs: The men behind the lines of some of your favorite Edgartown eateries

Whenever we feature a new restaurant, we focus on the food, the cocktails, and the executive chef. Often forgotten is the team behind the...

Breakfast is served: Delicious meals worth waking up for

Nothing gets me out of bed faster than knowing that breakfast awaits, especially when it’s breakfast prepared by someone other than myself. For this...

Summertime, and the grillin’ is easy

Summer is quickly approaching, and as the days get longer and the weather gets better, we’re preparing for some hardcore grilling this season. Getting...

Sipping into the season

Updated Thursday May 14 It was about five years ago when I met John Clift, Martha’s Vineyard Wine Festival founder and director; at the time...

Bold move: A Caribbean take on some New England favorites

Can you believe that I had never tasted clam chowder or a traditional New England lobster roll until I moved to the Island five...

A taste of Pink & Green: cocktail recipes from some of Edgartown’s best

The Edgartown Board of Trade’s annual Pink & Green Weekend May 8 through the 10th is quickly approaching. Pink & Green is a celebration...

MV Wine Fest takes over Edgartown next month

The Martha’s Vineyard Wine Festival returns stronger than ever in its third year — May 7 through May 10 — and 2015 is shaping...

Tartan Day treats and tradition

Wondering what Tartan Day is? Simply put, it’s a celebration of Scottish heritage that takes place on April 6, so if you have any...

Just what the Easter bunny ordered: Egg hunts and homemade treats

It’s finally beginning to feel like spring — even though the temperatures haven’t yet warmed up to my liking, I’ll take this over snow...

Calling all kale soup lovers

One of Portugal’s most recognized recipes is caldo verde, a kale-based soup that’s served all over Portugal. Whether you find yourself in a five-star...

Spring forward with restaurant openings coming soon

Our seasonal favorites will be here before you know it.