July 2016

Let’s face it, there are days that you don’t want to leave your house or the beach or even bother with traffic in the Summer for that matter — but you still have food needs. Whether for your family or a dinner party or even just for you, did you know, there are now services […]

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Gather. The word can have so many meanings, unique to the beholder. For Nevette Previd, creator of Gather, the conversation and pop-up dinner series of Farm.Field.Sea, it means experiencing pleasure with a purpose. Featuring beautiful Island locations, Island food, all while highlighting something thought provoking. Genius. Gather – Food & Oceans For the inaugural Gather pop-up series, […]

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Ah the joys of the Sweet Life. Each year I am delighted by what’s new at this fabulous Oak Bluffs restaurant featuring seasonal, modern cusine. And this year does not disappoint. With chef/owner Kevin Crowell at Detente for the season, chef Carlos Montoya is back in the kitchen with his inventive and delicious cooking. I […]

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Not sure if you’ve noticed, kind of hard no to since there is a lot in the local media about it these days, but the Martha’s Vineyard Museum is changing – a new logo (a different color to represent each town), a new Capital Campaign message, and even new events. The Museum is working on […]

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For years, I have admired, and been extremely curious about the sea serpent that calls Farm Pond in Oak Bluffs its home for the Summer months. It became even more of an icon once I had little Island babies. Then, last year, I discovered the book – Vanessa, The Sea Serpent of Martha’s Vineyard at Bunch […]

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Not sure if you’ve noticed the small raft with what looks like a box on it off the beach at Eastville, in Oak Bluffs. A curious site. It happens to be the home of Cottage City Oysters. In May of 2015, Dan & Greg Martino started Cottage City Oysters with 50,000 oyster seeds (a small […]

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At 14 A street in the MV airport Business Park, you’ll find Jan Buhrman’s Kitchen Porch Catering, but it’s actually so much more. This year, Jan and her culinary team have opened the Back Porch Larder (larder is a room or large cupboard for storing food). Jan has taken the term larder and applied it to her […]

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In May, I was lucky enough to get a sneak peek at Summercamp Hotel while under construction, and I immediately fell in love with it. Last year, Lark Hotels purchased the properties, and lucky for us, Lark is known for it’s fun, chic, fabulous hotels all around New England. Even though there was much work […]

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Tucked behind the iconic Edgartown Books lies one of Edgartown’s hidden gems for dinner, Behind the Bookstore. Known for its amazing coffee, and daytime fare, the evening offers its own special experience. The lights on the sail cloth tents and the well placed surrounding lights make for an intimate, even slightly magical dinner spot. With […]

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