Eating In

The Chappaquiddicker talks about what inspires him – on-Island and in the kitchen. He also shares a meal’s worth of recipes dreamed up in the writing of his first novel, Island Apart, out in paperback this year.

Home cooks have many options when preparing roast chicken, a simple and satisfying meal.

From The Bluefish Cookbook comes an awesome taco with a variety of textures.

Written by and for the culinarily curious, the blog Hungry Native is about tasting, testing, devising, and delighting in food. Here, the founders dish about some Island favorites and recipes they love.

A professional chef shares recipes and tips for a successful oceanside feast, and reports that even a little rain doesn’t dampen spirits when dinner is paella cooked over a beach fire.

Rickard’s Bakery – with its commercial bakery and two retail shops – has become an Island culinary destination for its artisan breads and other delicacies.

In her new cookbook, The Fresh & Green Table, Susie Middleton shares her enthusiasm for growing, cooking, and eating vegetables.

A passion for healthy, delicious home-cooked meals inspired April and Michael Levandowski to open their successful kitchen and housewares store in Vineyard Haven, and two more up north.

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