Slough Farm Looks to Aid Food Insecurity
Maia Coleman
Slough Farm in Edgartown has joined the ranks of the food equity network this summer.
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Finding His Way, One Taco at a Time
Aaron Wilson
This summer, Dilly’s is operating out of the Ritz Cafe.
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Take the August Menu Challenge
Susie Middleton

Just as soon as I planned my annual August grab-bag menu challenge, the refrigerator broke. The same day a long-awaited new water heater showed up, along with the installer, who regretted to inform us we’d be without hot water for a day (or two, as it turned out). Our internet and cell service, both of which had been heading towards oblivion all summer, were threatening to expire altogether. This made contacting the fridge repair folks difficult. When the smoke signals finally got through, the message back was clear: You’re on a very long waiting list.

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Helping Transform Pandemic Time Into Pizza Time
Maia Coleman
Nina Levin, chef and owner of Stoney Hill Pizza, opened her mobile business on June 13. Since then she's been turning out wood-fired pizzas at the West Tisbury Farmers' Market and private events.
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Farm Stands Adapt to New Paradigm
Susie Middleton
I’m determined to grow more food this year.
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All Hail the Incredible, Edible Perennial
Susie Middleton
Between gray skies and rainstorms, I ventured out and bought two blueberry bushes and two rhubarb plants this week.
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Lunch Ladies Prove Second Place Is Still Mighty Tasty
Louisa Hufstader
In the finals of The Great Food Truck Race, the Lunch Ladies of Martha's Vineyard were edged out by Mystikka Masala of Texas.
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Rising to the Challenge of Homemade Bread Baking
Susie Middleton
At the rate we’re going on this Island, we may need one of those communal wood-fired ovens so popular in medieval days.
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Asparagus, Ready or Not
Susie Middleton
I always jump the gun — never been good at sitting still for long.
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Chefs Shuffle, Restaurants Rotate in 2019
Susie Middleton
When one door closes, another opens. That, thankfully, is the story of food on the Vineyard.
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