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Evan Marley’s face lights up when he talks about making pizza, about eating pizza, about his favorite pizza places in the world – Italy, New York and Concord, Massachusetts, his … more
IRISH SMOKED SALMON on HOMEMADE BROWN BREAD with CRÈME FRAICHE and DILL If you can’t get your hands on the fabulous oak-smoked Irish salmon Aisling likes to use in this recipe, make … more
You can take the plum out of the wild, but can you take the wild out of the plum? One of Nantucket’s unique native sons, the beach plum is well-known as the source of beach plum jelly, a staple … more
“In front of the Westmoor Club’s yellow-shingled clubhouse, executive chef Peter Wallace shucks oysters, his contemplative state apparent amidst an atmosphere of summertime frivolity. Under a … more
There are two things that island appetites wait for all summer long: tomatoes and corn. Both take center stage come August. The tomato, however, does have an advantage. It thrives extremely well … more
In the classic movie “The Godfather,” Marlon Brando’s character Don Corleone totters through his vegetable garden among a grove of towering tomato plants. His violent lifestyle … more
Vinaigrette: 1 tablespoon anchovy paste 1 tablespoon imported Dijon mustard 2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice 1 large clove garlic, minced 1 tablespoon grated lemon zest 1 … more
The lamb and spring have long been synonymous. Both are potent symbols of rebirth dating back to ancient times. While I tend to prefer to let images such as Botticelli’s graceful … more
Hand-crafted, creamy, luscious rounds of Cowgirl Creamery cheese melt hearts and palates across the San Francisco Bay Area. The oozy rich cheeses spread across homemade crackers and brick-oven bread … more
Rob Sinskey has been making wine for 20 years. His wife Maria has been with him for 10 of those. An acclaimed chef in her own right, coming from PlumpJack in San Francisco, Maria runs the kitchen at … more
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