Dining Out

Just because we’re on an Island where seafood is particularly tasty, doesn’t mean we don’t want to surprise our palates with some dishes that come from faraway lands.

Legend has it that in 1816 Henry Hall of Barnstable County cleared the brush from around some native cranberry plants, and as a result, sand from a nearby dune blew onto the plot.

Many of us can remember a time when indulging in a truly memorable meal was much like finding a piece of blue sea glass – it could happen, but it was a noteworthy event.

Like clockwork, each Thursday afternoon before dinner service begins, Chef Christian Thornton greets West Tisbury grower Krishana Collins at the back door of his restaurant.

These desserts are designed to impress, but luckily Heather Gude’s tasty creations aren’t too difficult for mere amateurs.

From the baking and boxing to the selling, the Blake family shares the workload at their home in West Tisbury.

Getting a home-cooked meal that’s made by a pro.

This matriarch of Vineyard-Asian eats has made her fare a staple of the Farmer’s Markets at the Grange Hall. Her success wouldn’t have been possible if not for her role at the heart of two families – one from Vietnam, one from the United States.

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Dining Out

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