Eating In

Now you've got options when it comes to eating local over the winter.

Meat eaters should be curious about venison for a variety of reasons, even if the hunting part doesn’t personally entice them.

Grab your pot of rosemary and haul it with you, no matter how many times you do the Vineyard shuffle.

With family around, a hearty soup that can be made ahead or scaled up makes sense for feeding the crowds.

Cooking and eating local is a gradual process, but it serves up delicious rewards.

Out in Katama, on a grassy plain that runs out of green only when it crashes into a blue horizon, a flock of 50 heritage turkeys live the good life.

The winter farmers' market at the Ag Hall is more intimate and relaxed than its summer counterpart at the Grange Hall.

“This bayberry candle comes from a friend / so on Christmas Eve burn it down to the end."

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Eating In