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Every day is a salad day

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

In season

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

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...

Dishing: Finds

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 Larder’s fried chicken

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

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

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

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

Find Randi Baird’s photography in new cookbook, ‘Whole in One’

Randi Baird has just completed photographing her third cookbook, “Whole in One: Complete, Healthy Meals in a Single Pot, Sheet Pan, or Skillet” with...

Tomato time

We are in the thick of it … tomato season on the Vineyard. Like many, I wait in anticipation for the Island farms to...

Time to fire up the grill

Some folks grill year-round, others roll their grill out Memorial Day weekend to kick off grilling season. Though I do grill all year, I...

Of local Tashtego fame, Jane Farrow publishes cookbook

Ms. Farrow's late husband, Ted, was the driving force behind "Red Peppers and Blue Lobsters."