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Fresh summer salad

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Spring weather rolling into summer had some cool nights, but it didn’t stop me from planting a row of dill among the fresh vegetables...

Grow your own

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Over the past week, I had some interesting conversations about growing blueberry bushes at home with Roxane Kapitan, landscape manager of Oakleaf Landscape, and...

A New England classic

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Over the past week, I cruised around the various fish markets and grocery stores across the Island to find out where to buy local...

Preparations to rebuild the past

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Updated Thomas Fantasia came across the collapsed Weety8 — a traditional tribal house — behind the tribal administration building on May 3, during one of...

‘The I-95 of the East Coast waterways’

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From the 1700s to the 1900s, Martha’s Vineyard wasn’t a trading hub for goods but a checkpoint for foreign and domestic customs, giving shelter...

Cat whisperer

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Colleagues at the Animal Shelter of Martha’s Vineyard refer to Melissa (“Missy”) Kuehne as the cat whisperer. “My joke is that Lisa always sprays...

Screen time

The Martha’s Vineyard Film Center saw attendance go up slightly in March, with an uptick of people going to the Film Center when Island...

Something savory on the menu

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Christmas dinner was a bit smaller this year, but that doesn’t mean you cannot go all out with helping prepare a fantastic side for...

A toast for the holidays

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In preparation for going back to visiting Island bars, I have been going through many different mixed drinks to try out during quarantine. I...

Let them eat pumpkin cake!

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When quarantine started, I occupied my time cooking more meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. This year's Thanksgiving has many firsts, and I decided...

Chappy’s plan to prevent tick-borne illness

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COVID-19 has overshadowed many health conversations this year, including tick-borne illnesses on Martha’s Vineyard, which are still a big problem, and have been getting...

Learn as you go

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Growing food requires patience and dedication; my goal was to use the snap peas I planted back in April in a fried rice recipe. I...

Cooking with what’s available

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This summer has been different; instead of eating out at my favorite restaurants, I have been taking the opportunity to cook more meals at...

Satisfy your sweet tooth

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When I went to Vermont for a little vacation, I looked up some healthy dessert recipes to try out over the summer. These days...

Savory puff pastries for when you feel like baking

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Staying at home more often has made me think about how to use ingredients for baking and cooking using the same methods to make...

Tart smart

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Getting dessert recipes right is challenging and depends on what dessert you’re making. For me, trying out egg tarts for the first time was...

Giveback takeout 

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Last Wednesday a steady stream of locals filed into the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School cafeteria to pick up a $10 meal during the...

Leftovers to the rescue

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Last week I was looking through my fridge for something to cook for lunch. I spied the leftover noodles, and decided to make a...

Tips from a pro

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Growing up on Martha’s Vineyard, I’ve gotten to experience all kinds of seafood dishes, and the unique savory dishes offered by the Brazilian community. One...

Express yourself

Last Saturday, the fifth collage workshop, Collage with Meaning, took place at Pathways for the Arts Gathering Space. Participants created collages on foamcore boards...