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In Season: Hakurei Turnip

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My son is a farmer at Beetlebung Farm. Last season, after a day at the farm, he would arrive home with a handful of...

Girls and Horses

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I was introduced to horses at 6, when my father’s girlfriend at the time, Nancy Safford, took me to Nip ’n’ Tuck Farm for...

Hoop Houses: How a cool, gray Martha’s Vineyard spring produces a summer’s bounty

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Driving around, you might notice the Island is heavily populated with farm stands overflowing with gorgeous vegetables and fruits, grown right in the Island...

Every day is a salad day

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Beautiful red cabbage (which is actually purple) will brighten any dish. This recipe is a version of a salad that I used to make...

Dreaming of Chickens

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So I finally got chickens. I have wanted chickens for years, but every time we as a family discussed chickens, it always came down...

In Season: Backyard Fruit with Joe

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Some of us have hobbies we dabble in, maybe we immerse ourselves in, but often we find work, family obligations, and daily life fill...

In season

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The Island’s growing season begins late and ends late. By the end of September the nights are cool, but corn is still growing down...

Fall fresh

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The touch of cream in this soup is what makes it a bisque. There’s only a small amount, but it adds a smooth and...

In Season: Lobster and Sweet Corn Fritters

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I created this recipe for my cookbook, Vineyard Harvest, which was published 15 years ago. This recipe is one of the most stolen, and...

In season: The pull of the sea

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During the summer of 1992, I met Steve Gallagher, the man who would become my husband. He had come to the Vineyard from Los...

Dishing: Finds

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M.V. Smokehouse was started in 2014 when friends Chef Nathan Gould and Island native and fisherman Gus Leaf went fishing and caught a bluefish....

The Women Who Run our Farms

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Several women could not arrange to be photographed; they include Lisa Fisher, Barbara Ronchetti, Rebecca Gilbert, and Mallory Watts. Debbie Farber of Blackwater Farm...

Dishing: Finds

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Salt Rock Chocolates As 2019 came to a close we said goodbye to a very old friend, Chilmark Chocolates. August-size lines formed in the weeks...

The Larder’s fried chicken

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The Larder, a storefront farm stand and kitchen across from the Little House Cafe in Vineyard Haven, was the brainchild of Jefferson Monroe, owner...

Cool culinary finds

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Chappaquiddick, our island off our Island, is home to Chappaquiddick Wood Co. and Zach Pinerio, who grew up spending summers fishing and hacking around...

Look on the light side

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It has been a great holiday season with tons of great food and cheer. It is now a new year, a new decade, and...

Best of Thanksgiving

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These two recipes are from my cookbook, “Vineyard Harvest” (Broadway Books, 2005), with photographs by Alison Shaw. “Vineyard Harvest” highlights local food and eating...

The Best of Thanksgiving: stuffing and dessert

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  These two recipes are from my cookbook, “Vineyard Harvest” (Broadway Books, 2005), with photographs by Alison Shaw. “Vineyard Harvest” highlights local food and eating...

Dishing: Cool culinary finds

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Local wood Chappaquiddick, our island off our Island, is home to Chappaquiddick Wood Co. and Zach Pinerio, who grew up spending summers fishing and hacking...

The Larder’s Fried Chicken

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The Larder, a storefront farm stand and kitchen across from The Little House cafe in Vineyard Haven was the brainchild of Jefferson Monroe, owner...
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