Sunday, October 24, 2021

Dishing_EV

‘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...

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...

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...

Catching up With Michael Pollan

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Acclaimed author and essayist Michael Pollan has, in the past, written extensively about food — focusing on the nutrition, history, and the facts and myths surrounding the things we ingest. His six bestselling books,...

Dishing: Finds

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Chappy Chips Which came first, the cookie or the egg? During pandemic times, a lot of folks coped with the challenges of isolation by either welcoming new animals into their lives or baking up a...

Dishing: Finds

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Pie Chicks What do pumpkin patches, cups of hot cocoa, and heating bills all have in common? They're all indicators that yes, the off-season is on the horizon. Even if you're already longing for beach...

Dishing: Cool culinary finds

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Ceramics by Lainey Fink You put effort into your food. It's true whether you spent all afternoon prepping, chopping, and roasting a feast for five, or you just drove on down to your favorite local...

Dishing: What’s Cooking?

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When we first planned an article for this issue, we were excited to have conversations with chefs from around the Island about their plans and visions for this new decade of food. And then...

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 before Christmas as people planned to grab their last boxes...

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 around Chappy with his three brothers. After attending the University of...

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 of The GOOD Farm, and longtime friend Daniele Barrick, chef/owner...

Plastic Free MV heads global environmental movement

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Plastic Free MV is a group of young student activists fighting to reduce plastic waste on the Vineyard; they are making waves on Martha’s Vineyard and across the country, creating the first plastic bottle...

Loon Farm: An up-Island epicenter for three down-Island restaurants

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I remember the first time I tried the Island Fresca at Red Cat Kitchen — it was like tasting a tomato-basil blend for the first time. When owner Ben DeForest and his wife Erica...

In Praise of Linda Alley’s Jams and Jellies

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Linda Alley's West Tisbury kitchen is as colorful as the glass jars of jams and jellies that line her bright blue countertop. Heart-shaped plates that echo the heart logo on her New Lane Sundries...

Farm Stand Tour

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It’s summer on Martha’s Vineyard, and the bounty is exploding from land and sea. Locally grown foods are found on menus around the Island, and in a few markets such as Cronigs, Middletown Farm...

Crafting cold-brew

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So you want to make cold-brew coffee. You saw someone drinking it out of a Mason jar, and now you want in. Well, look no further. Crazy coffee cranks have been jumping at the bit...

Finds: Cool Culinary Things

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LeRoux at Home makes chocolate Many years ago, LeRoux was a clothing store. In 1998, Michael and April Levandowski opened their flagship housewares store, LeRoux at Home, on Main Street in Vineyard Haven. They now...
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