Food & Wine

Read about some of the best restaurants on the East Coast, from burger joints to five star dining, and discover inspiring new recipes every issue in our Seasonal Kitchen column.

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Berry Good Desserts

If you live in New England, one of the first local fruits to make its way into the kitchen in June is the strawberry. On Nantucket, the charm of this fruit is that it is easily grown. If you have young...

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Spain’s Jorge Ordoñez

For the many varieties of Spanish grapes and the fine wines that are painstakingly made from them, few people, if any, have contributed more than Jorge Ordoñez.

Being honored this May as the first...

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Toasting Spring

It is no secret that wine is best appreciated with food. No one knows that better than a chef. When that chef is also the head of a vineyard kitchen, you can expect remarkable pairings of food and wine. more

Exquisite Cabernets the hallmark of Stags Leap District

Some of the most important wines in the world are coming out of California these days, not France. And when it comes to choosing a Cabernet Sauvignon, discerning palates often look for wines produced...

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20 Years of Open-House

“Central heating, French rubber goods and cookbooks are three amazing proofs of man’s ingenuity in transforming necessity into art, and, of these, cookbooks are perhaps most lastingly delightful.”

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The Chanticleer

The Chanticleer has always been more of a total culinary experience than just a mere restaurant, largely due to the efforts of Jean-Charles Berruet, who owned the restaurant with his then-wife Anne, for 35...

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Marian Morash’s August Abundance

June 24, and another rainy day in a season of them. Undaunted, I muck my way through our soggy island vegetable garden...My husband, Russ, is arriving on the 11:30 boat in time for lunch and all he ever...

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Rev. Ted’s Excellent Adventures in Blueberrying

Finding the local library was the most momentous discovery of my growing up. I say that without reservation. By finding it, I don’t mean to imply that I had not known where it was. I’d known where the...

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When Guests come for the Weekend

Under the best circumstances, performing the job of a good host is a task fraught with many implications.

These implications stem from whom you’re hosting and in turn their expectations of you. On...

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Seasonal Kitchen

A springtime picnic is the perfect way to celebrate winter’s end. In addition to the several organized island events that give us the opportunity to plan an outdoor meal, don’t dismiss an improvised visit...

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