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Just Sit Down for a Farm Lunch

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When Kate Woods and Nick Doherty started their positions as farm managers at Beetlebung Farm last February, they had a huge mission ahead. Moving to a new community and farming unfamiliar soil is daunting...

When I Opened the Roadhouse

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During the fall and winter when I was 22, I traveled across the country with a boyfriend, camping through the South and Southwest. We camped throughout, rom the Outer Banks of North Carolina, and...

The State Road shuffle

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State Road Restaurant in North Tisbury has become a beacon for fine dining on the Island over the past five years, but didn’t just appear out of nowhere. The location on State Road where...

The Three Sisters Sing: A Recipe From a Decolonized Diet

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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 times, it was wonderful to hear voices from around the...

‘Eat more fish’

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The Martha’s Vineyard Fishermen’s Preservation Trust (MVFPT) is continuing its work to support local commercial fishermen and the restaurants and fish shops that rely on the day’s catch. Last fall, the organization received a grant...

Fall Wine: A Field Guide

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By late August, our rituals of summer drinking — high SPFs and low ABVs—have begun to unravel. Our susceptibility to festive millennial branding, at least in the context of canned rosé and hard cider,...

A soup to take you through the off-season

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Rustic Root Vegetable Soup with Wild Rice and Barley Recipe from Soups + Sides, by Catherine Walthers The toothsome root veggies coupled with the wild rice and barley add a pleasant chewiness to the soup, and...

In the Kitchen with Frank Williams

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Chef Frank Williams has spent the last seven hours in the Beach Road kitchen experimenting. “I love when the seasons change,” he says to me. “In some sense, it gives us a whole new...

In Season: Local Pork

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Farms on the Island continue with robust, diverse offerings of vegetables, eggs, dairy — such as cheeses, yogurt, and raw milk — and great local meat. You can find pasture-raised chicken, beef, lamb, and...

On the Farm: Gleaning

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When I first started growing vegetables, I felt like a complete failure. In farmstands and markets, I saw piles of smooth, straight string beans, unblemished tomatoes, carrots that didn’t twist around each other. My...

Working Girl

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Most dogs don’t have jobs — unless you count stretching out on the couch, begging, tail-wagging, and sleeping. Rosie is different; she’s a Border Collie who works full time,  maintaining her herd of 80...

Done! Keith McNally

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So what made you come to Martha’s Vineyard? I first arrived on the Vineyard in the summer of 1976. Gerald Ford was president, and the country was celebrating its bicentennial year. I was 24, and...

Dishing: Finds

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Gordon Moore Gordon Moore credits a childhood spent fishing, hunting, sailing, and surfing on Martha's Vineyard as the inspiration behind his ceramic designs. Moore creates detailed images drawn from nature on vases, mugs, and other...

In Season: Jarred Sunshine

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Though social media has its problems, and some elements totally annoy me, good things happen, like finding long-lost friends, staying in touch with friends far away. And then there are the times when you...

Cronig’s Market Healthy Bits

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Cronig’s Markets and Healthy Additions feed and care for your family. And this includes all your important family members — your pets! Your pets’ health, happiness, and wellbeing are just as vital. Cronig’s Markets and...

To our loyal Edible Vineyard readers

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Welcome to the off-season. The air has a nice bite and the beauty of the Island enfolds us with shorter, golden days. In our final Issue of 2021, we jump into the colors, food,...

Goldie’s Rotisserie

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  A new food truck with a deliciously trendy twist has arrived on Martha’s Vineyard, and it’s serving up responsibly raised rotisserie chicken, brussels sprouts, crispy potatoes, and more. Goldie’s Rotisserie food truck is the brainchild...

The Menemsha Galley: It’s a Summer Tradition

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The Menemsha Galley, midway through its 72nd year of operation, is tucked away on the western side of Martha’s Vineyard in the fishing village of Menemsha. The Galley sits right on the edge of...

Cool Culinary Finds, High Summer 2021

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Vineyard Confections Most people, when they think of candy, chocolate first comes to mind. Not so with Paula Karal of Vineyard Confections, who has spent the past year or so perfecting recipes for boutique hard...

Leila Gardner and Her Cocktail Caravan

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There’s nothing worse than being out, ordering a drink you’re really excited to try, and getting served the equivalent of a watered-down, syruped-up, overpriced glass of mediocracy.  We’ve all been there. On a tiny, bustling Island...
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