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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...

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...

In Season: Steven Raichlen Grills Vegetables, Live from Chappaquiddick

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When Steve Raichlen calls you out of the blue, you pick up your phone. Steven Raichlen is a prolific cookbook author, with 31 cookbooks including Barbeque Bible, Project Smoke, and Project Fire, he is...

The Cherry Orchard in Jesse Ausubel’s Backyard

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In the ten years since I planted two Rainier cherry trees in my West Tisbury back yard, the trees have grown and thrived, and I’ve managed to pick and eat maybe two of their...

In Season: Golden Tilefish

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I first discovered golden tilefish at the Fish House, a fish market with fine meats, and delicious takeout at the airport. I also saw it on the menu at the Port Hunter restaurant in...

In Season: Fried Clams

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Oh, Fried Clams, fresh out of molten hot oil, piled together, bellies and all, with a wedge of lemon and tartar sauce. We have missed you! Many of us supported our local restaurants and created...

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 petite, ivory-white turnips, the shape of beets or large radishes,...

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 our time. It can be hard to stay on track,...

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 I mean that with love. Lots of chefs — from...

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 Angeles to visit my sous chef, Jon Deblase, at the...

Comfort Food Rules

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Comfort foods remind us of sometime in our past when food made us feel safe and protected and loved. Comfort food is about much more than nutrition or eating because you’re hungry. It helps...

In Season: Lynne Irons prepares for winter, (or disaster)

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If you left Lynne Irons alone in the woods for a long weekend to fend for herself, by the time you picked her up to bring her home she would have likely killed a...

The Mighty Winter Squash

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The mighty winter squash took its time to mature during chilly late summer and early fall nights, producing a tough, mature skin, filled with big, hard seeds, and flesh of golden yellow and orange....

Meet the shuckers

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The nutrient-rich waters of Martha’s Vineyard hold a bounty of delicious seafood known worldwide for its freshness and unsullied quality. But there is one ocean treasure that may be one of the most quintessential...

Corn off the cob

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Corn starts showing up in Florida and Georgia in June, and moves up the coast until it arrives on the Vineyard in late July. Corn says Summer is here! And it makes me nostalgic...

Strawberries: Best when there’s juice on my chin

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Growing up in the Seventies on the Island, I remember eating a lot of Birds Eye frozen veggies. We ate frozen vegetables because back then, supermarkets only stocked produce that was in season locally...
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