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The Three Sisters Sing: A Recipe From a Decolonized Diet

I’m very late to the podcast party. It was only this summer that I discovered the delight of the form. During these less-traveled Covid...

In the Kitchen with Frank Williams

Chef Frank Williams has spent the last seven hours in the Beach Road kitchen experimenting. “I love when the seasons change,” he says to...

Picking up the Pace at Slough Farm

On a foggy spring afternoon, Katama’s Slough Farm is buzzing with activity.  It’s been a wild ride for the farm’s executive director, Julie Scott. About...

Gail Arnold Stirs up Some Condiments

One of the great pleasures of this year has been having my friend Gail Arnold around more. Gail is married to Islander Livingston Taylor,...

It’s Not You, It’s Me

Truth: It is nearly impossible for me to follow a recipe. I generally use recipes and cookbooks more as inspiration boards than as specific...

A hard rock life

Two new fifth grade students arrived at the West Tisbury School. One, Ram Wingood, was a boy who had just moved to the Island...

Anne and Julianne Vanderhoop: Matriarchs of Aquinnah

  Tina Miller and I sat down with Juli Vanderhoop and her mother Anne Vanderhoop on a sunny fall afternoon to hear their food story...

Home is where the art Is: a visit with Kara Taylor

It is not often that you walk into a house and it feels completely original, but that is the experience one has when crossing...

Cooking with My Sister

My sister Erin Doyle is 47 years old and has a complicated relationship with the kitchen. She LOVES food. She helps to plant and...

Dream Food: When a chef cooks for you at home

Since our March Covid shut down, I have cooked nearly every meal, every day for my family. I’ve always cooked the majority of our...

The MVY Co-op: Food for the people, by the people

The coronavirus pandemic has turned grocery shopping into a front page, dinner table topic that covers everything from what we are buying and cooking...

Dishing: What’s Cooking?

When we first planned an article for this issue, we were excited to have conversations with chefs from around the Island about their plans...

Talking climate change with Tatiana Schlossberg

As most of us know by now, climate change is a real thing. And for many of us, it can be overwhelming. Or, maybe...

Catching Up with Kyleen Keenan

I first catch up with Kyleen Keenan on a gray early summer day at 7A Foods in West Tisbury. She is on the phone...