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One dough, one technique, lots of fillings: A rustic tart (also called a galette or a crostata) is a free-form pie that's fun to make and impressive to serve to your friends and family.

Serving fish? Forget the white wine “rule.” Instead, consider what kind of fish you're cooking —and with what flavors you're preparing it.

The gentle tug of fall means more braising and roasting, and using up the late summer harvests.

Peppers piling up? It’s time to double down.

We're all geared up about fall squashes, with risotto, soups, salads and more on the menu.

Every year our Island farmers grow new vegetable varieties; some turn out to be a flash in the pan, a few really good ones become keepers.

Pie fever has struck, and a new book called When Pies Fly has come to the rescue. Plus, cauliflower, leeks, apples and more this week.

This weekend after a foray into the storm-swept dunes of Lambert’s Cove to hunt down some beach plums, I stopped at Blackwater Farm, the very first place I bought local eggs on the Island years ago. This was before the 400 hens, but that’s another story.


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