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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Bon Anniversaire!

In the ever-changing restaurant landscape on Nantucket, few places can boast the high level of consistency and quality found at a French bistro that has dominated the dining scene on Broad Street for the...

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August’s Abundance

This is the month when we finally have it all, and it may be too much.

After all, how many cucumbers can one family eat? I guess we could put up a few of them as pickles, but it seems like a lot of work,...

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Transition…Tom Proch

For 29 years, Tom Proch was the culinary genius at The Club Car,

Joe Pantorno’s iconic island restaurant, named after the dining car that was once part of Nantucket’s shortlived railroad. But that all...

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Wine: Magic, Mystery & Accessibility

Ethan Dupree, who owns the hot spot with his brother Jed, has transformed the former basement boutique into a chic yet warm and cozy wine bar. Utilizing all the knowledge he gained while traveling through...

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BRIGHT ORANGE PUMPKINS decorate our farmstands from September through Thanksgiving, and beginning in October families start selecting the biggest, roundest, most perfectly-formed pumpkins for doorstep...

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Legends of the Fall

A few years ago, in August 2010 to be exact, I wrote a piece for this magazine about an apple-picking fall weekend in the Hudson Valley and used the small city of Hudson as the base for all the activities....

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Magical Dining in a Room with a View

One of the true LUXURIES of summer for those who appreciate FINE FOOD is leaning back in one’s chair at GALLEY BEACH, gazing across the stretch of sand to the blue waters of Nantucket Sound as sailboats...

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Fishing for Compliments

Ever since I began writing cookbooks almost three decades ago, I have been fond of mingling phIlosophy with food.

The first chapter in my “Nantucket Open-House Cookbook” kicked off with the following...

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Teaching the Culinary Arts

A DASH of confidence. A CUP of practice. A SPRINKLE of preparation.

When combined, these three ingredients make up BOB BUCCINO’S recipe for the Nantucket High School culinary-arts curriculum.


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In Search of a Great Cup o’ Joe

From befriending Bedouins in the desert to securing armed bodyguard protection in El Salvador, nothing will stop Wes Van Cott from finding the perfect cup of coffee.

And the search is just the more

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