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Ceviche, a dish that originates in South America, is fresh fish cured and cooked in lime juice.

By Catherine Walthers

08.01.15

You may need to make this in 1 or 2 batches depending on the size of your skillet. Serve with a nice summer side, such as corn on the cob or a tomato salad.

By Catherine Walthers

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A charcoal fire results in the best-tasting fish here.

By Catherine Walthers

08.01.15

Seventy years ago this August, V-J Day set up a string of events that led me to the Vineyard and altered my life forever. When victory was announced, my mother made plans to visit her parents, who were vacationing at the Harborside Inn in Edgartown, and we set out the next day, taking the Cape Codder train from Grand Central Station in New York to Woods Hole, where we would board the Vineyard ferry.

By Kib Bramhall

08.01.15

As the wooden fishing boat slows to a halt, twenty-three rods rest perpendicularly on the red metal railing waiting for the signal. When the motor cuts, the weighted and squid-baited lines drop immediately into the water, finding their way down about fifty feet to the bottom. Tap, tap, tap, the hits come nearly instantly. Within minutes, maybe even seconds, amid shouts and whoops, silver fish dangle from multiple lines.

By Catherine Walthers

08.01.15

You start out diving for coins on Martha’s Vineyard and the next thing you know you are a Hollywood stunt dynasty.

By Ivy Ashe

08.01.15

A few minutes and three ingredients – lemon (or lime) juice, sugar, and salt – are all you need to tame and tenderize piquant veggies like radishes and onions, turning them into much more pleasant salad ingredients or condiments for sandwiches or meat. Try cukes and carrots this way, too.

By Susie Middleton

08.01.15

Check Out That Librarian! Mayumi and the Sea of Happiness, by Jennifer Tseng. (Europa Editions)

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