Eating In

If we've got to shelter, at least we can have our comfort food.

For this strange week: a versatile chili and pantry essentials you already have.

A cookbook author makes the most of quarantine cooking — and her son's company.

Forget about rock star ingredients — there are already more flavor-boosters in your pantry and larder than you probably realize.

Leafy greens start early and keep on giving.

To find out what's open on the Island, click here for a list that will be updated daily by The Vineyard Gazette. With the start of the shelter-in-place order on March 24, many Island businesses will now be closed. Grocery stores and some farm stands remain open. And some Island restaurants are still offering takeout.  



Improvising in the kitchen is a great skill to learn right now; here's how to get started.

We've got the perfect distraction for you this week — dreaming up a kitchen garden. What fun things will you grow? Lemon basil? Zebra tomatoes? Honeynut squash? How big will your garden be and where will you put it?


Eating In