All Hail the Mighty Eggplant
Susie Middleton
What to do when you find yourself staring at the basket of voluptuous, colorful eggplants you’ve collected.
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Fried, Grilled, Scooped, Baked, Ag Fair is Four-Day Feast
Susie Middleton
I’ll point out two other obvious benefits to the fair: It’s fun (of course). And you get to eat whatever you want.
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Local Toasts
Here’s a very loose recipe — more like a set of guidelines — for making savory toasts.
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Here's to Toast, a Foundational Story
Susie Middleton

Lately I have been obsessed with bread — toast to be more accurate. Well, who am I kidding? It hasn’t just been lately.

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Don't Fear the Bounty of Zucchini
Susie Middleton
This is not your mother’s zucchini story.
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Hold the Heat, Pass the Honey
Susie Middleton

That honey had me at hello. It was the color of late afternoon sunlight falling across an October field.

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Everyone Wins When Chocolate Every Day Is the Healthy Way
Katherine Gianni

Eat chocolate every day. Yup, you read that right. Every day.

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Strawberry Fields
Susie Middleton
They won’t be here forever; eat your fill of ripe, juicy local strawberries while you can, then use them in this Gingery Strawberry-Rhubarb Crisp.
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Egg Roll Baton Passes to Next Generation
Noah Asimow
Thi Khen Tran, who sold egg rolls at the West Tisbury farmers’ market for decades, died in the fall at age of 80. Her grandson continues the business.
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Provisioning the Pantry for Summer Meal Survival
Susie Middleton

One of the secrets to good cooking is stocking your pantry and fridge with high-quality, delicious ingredients.

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