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“New England is a great place for many reasons. For one, it’s the birthplace of our nation. Two, it contains a wealth of natural beauty. People travel from all over the world to get a … more
Winston Churchill said this about the classic summertime cocktail: “The gin and tonic has saved more Englishmen’s lives, and minds, than all the doctors in the Empire.” Before … more
Salad-making has long been my fondest culinary passion. Back in the 1980s when I was running my Que Sera Sarah specialty-food shop on the island, I’d go through at least a gallon of olive oil … more
There is an almost stunning difference between a salad you might make with off-season lettuce and tomatoes from someplace far away, and one made from local lettuces, radishes, spring onions and … more
Putting together a meat and cheese board can be a fun way to start a meal or the perfect midday meal of its own. With a couple of ingredients, some wine and a back yard, you’ll feel like you … more
Chef Gabriel Frasca Straight Wharf Restaurant is much like a ship. Walking through the dining room on a summer evening conjures the feeling of being on an austere ocean liner. People are dressed … more
When it comes to dinner, we eat differently from how our parents and grandparents saw the evening meal. For them, dinner wasn’t really dinner unless there was meat, a starch and a vegetable, … more
What is mezcal? No, not mesclun, that’s a salad. And not mescaline, that’s a different thing all together. Mezcal won’t leave you stumbling through the desert in a hallucinogenic … more
Winter is coming, and as the days grow shorter and the nights get colder, the majority of the Northeast goes into hibernation mode. While there are still a number of local watering holes open for … more
Holidays on Nantucket are announced in a variety of ways. Decorations, indoors and out, will let you know what season’s being celebrated, whether it’s a pile of pumpkins placed casually … more
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