Recipes

Photo-worthy plates

A picture is worth a thousand words — or hundreds of likes on Instagram, especially this time of year with fresh, flavorful ingredients. This...

The Three Sisters Sing: A Recipe From a Decolonized Diet

I’m very late to the podcast party. It was only this summer that I discovered the delight of the form. During these less-traveled Covid...

A soup to take you through the off-season

Rustic Root Vegetable Soup with Wild Rice and Barley Recipe from Soups + Sides, by Catherine Walthers The toothsome root veggies coupled with the wild rice...

Gail Arnold Stirs up Some Condiments

One of the great pleasures of this year has been having my friend Gail Arnold around more. Gail is married to Islander Livingston Taylor,...

Chef Taste Test: It’s Not You, It’s Me

Truth: It is nearly impossible for me to follow a recipe. I generally use recipes and cookbooks more as inspiration boards than as specific...

Dreaming of Chickens

So I finally got chickens. I have wanted chickens for years, but every time we as a family discussed chickens, it always came down...

Cooking with My Sister

My sister Erin Doyle is 47 years old and has a complicated relationship with the kitchen. She LOVES food. She helps to plant and...

Dream Food: When a chef cooks for you at home

Since our March Covid shut down, I have cooked nearly every meal, every day for my family. I’ve always cooked the majority of our...

Becoming Cakes by Liz

These days, Cakes by Liz is synonymous with special occasion cakes on the Island. But as with many Island businesses, she came from humble...

The Queen of Greens

Cathy Walthers is not a vegetarian. Though she has authored numerous cookbooks on such topics as greens, kale, and salads, Walthers is a broad-based...

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