Eating In

Baking is serious business here on the Vineyard, especially around Ag Fair time. I say this to justify an obsession that has taken hold of me — summer fruit desserts. Since I don’t have enough vegetables to enter in the fair this year, I briefly considered entering the baking competition. But I’d have to enter as a professional, and that would mean certain doom. Ha! Well, I’m not really afraid to lose (she says), but I didn’t get my act together.

There's more to berry picking than, um, finding berries.

You might think the Vineyard is all about bay scallops, but we have sea scallops, too.

When on the hunt for local lamb, flexibility is your friend. So is a sauce that doubles as a marinade, depending on the cut of meat.

Just so you know, my mortgage is not going to be lifted by my Mortgage Lifter tomato.

This is the time of year people like me start to short-circuit.

We've got 90 days of fresh, local sweet corn. Why not eat it every day?!

My nostalgia for flounder got me in a little trouble with fluke, but it's all good now.

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Eating In