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.
A - AMBROSIA: Claudia Butler combines herbs such as lavender and spices such as chili with high-quality chocolate at Ambrosia, her artisanal chocolate and spice shop in the Roberts House shops on Centre...read more
You’ve heard it many times. Nantucket restaurants are simply the best in the country, maybe even the world. Visitors to the island plan their vacations around favorite restaurants and make their...read more
Company of the Cauldron
Two Soups Side by Side with Pepita-Dusted, Pan-Seared Nantucket Bay Scallops
“I took over a great restaurant, maintained the quality and style that has been there...
After living on Nantucket for seven winters, I know that by now the quiet season has set in.
This end of the shoulder season that bookends our cold, dark time prepares us to bear with whatever weather...read more
SWEET POTATO SOUP WITH CRISPY PANCETTA AND GRATED BITTERSWEET CHOCOLATE
Fat from rendered pancetta
4 sweet potatoes, cut into 1/4-inch cubes
1 medium Spanish onion, cut into 1/4-inch pieces
Long-time Nantucket summer resident and Boston businessman Mark Goldweitz late last year made a major investment in the festival and brought in new management. While it will continue to host the pop- ular...read more
On a recent late-summer day, the sun beat down with unusual intensity for Nantucket, reflecting off the Belgian-block courtyard between the Cisco Brewery, Triple Eight Distillery and Nantucket Vineyard...read more
A friend suggests a restaurant and drops the line: “They have a great wine list!” Is that because they have a large selection? Is it because they have gentler pricing? What makes a great wine list for a...read more
Who doesn’t love the aroma of COOKIES BAKING in the oven, or the taste of brown sugar and MELTING CHOCOLATE on your tongue as you bite into a FRESH- FROM-THE-OVEN homemade chocolate-chip cookie?
Recently, a friend and fellow oenophile said to me, “Two out of three Frenchmen drink Bordeaux. That’s a fact!” This was his pleasant way of telling me that I need to stop ignoring the appellation as I am...read more