Cookbook author Catherine Walthers of Chilmark shared this recipe with us, saying “I suggest experimenting with different herb combinations with the peaches as well, such as mint and basil, or basil and cilantro. All you need is a… Read More
We have flowers by the truckload at the farm this month! Come in and choose a freshly made bouquet, or flowers for your own arrangements.
These are approximate harvest dates for our seasonal farm produce. Please keep in mind that many yields tend to start small and increase over a period of days to weeks, depending on the weather.
In just 39 seconds we show you what it takes to get the market stand ready. Meg and her crew do this twice a week, Saturdays and Wednesdays, at the Grange in West Tisbury. Come see them and… Read More
This simple skillet dish, from Martha’s Vineyard cookbook author Susie Middleton, adds garlic, ginger, lime and fresh herbs to make the most of our favorite midsummer crop: fresh, sweet corn. Please don’t strip the corn! There are better… Read More
When do your flowers come into season? How long can I expect my cut flowers to last? How can I make my flower arrangement last longer? Can I order flowers for special events? What are the ordering options?… Read More
By guest blogger Rachel Caine, MS, Dietetic Intern, Mount Auburn Hospital
Our season is in full swing, with fresh ripe crops coming in from the fields several times a day. The first flush of our early corn will be gone by the weekend, but we’ll have top-quality mainland corn… Read More
We love tomatoes. But do they love us back? Nutritionist and dietary intern Rachel Caine says yes, these flavorful summer fruits have undeniable health advantages as well as being delicious:
Tomatoes are the sweet, juicy soul of summer’s bounty. We start our first seeds in December for greenhouse production, and everyone rejoices in July when the field tomatoes start coming in.