Some folks look at a piece of corn on the cob and think, “tasty.” Others think of pygmy goats and natural dyes.

wild food

Bill Manson stopped by the Gazette the other day. He wasn’t wearing a loin cloth, but he was chewing on a slice of marsupial and washing it back with...

bass

In 2005 my sister Molly, then 12 years old, caught an enormous striped bass. It was so big when she finally hauled it onto the boat she backed away...

Tisbury selectmen Tuesday approved a common victualler’s license for Cafe Moxie, clearing the way for the long-awaited re-opening of the Main street...

Steamed Clams with sausages and potatoes. 5 pounds littleneck clams, scrubbed clean 2 pounds pork sausage, poached and cut into 2 inch pieces 2...

Picking hops

On Wednesday morning, the jungle of hop plants at the end of Hopps Farm Road in West Tisbury stood 20 feet high, well above Alan Northcott’s head....

My Aunt Marie turned 70 this past August. She is still slender, young in most every way and very strong. To celebrate we roasted a whole pig her son...

Tomato harvest

Last September I stood in the kitchen at the Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School with 14 other volunteers and 1,600 pounds of fresh roma tomatoes...

After 35 years as chef and owner of his signature, classic French restaurant in downtown Vineyard Haven, Jean Dupon has put Le Grenier on the market...

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