Food & Dining

Reap What You Sow

Reap What You Sow

By Susan Dewey | April 1, 2014

Starting your own vegetables from seed is time consuming—but worth the work—for Cape Cod gardens The pleasure of vegetable gardening never grows old. Even on Cape Cod—where variable soil conditions…

This Club Hops!

This Club Hops!

By Ashleigh Bennett | December 1, 2013

Cape Cod Girls’ Pint Out club introduces women to craft beers at local restaurants. Adorned with decorative pint glasses brimming with hops, a sign welcoming visitors to The Nor’East Beer…

Sonoma Fine

Sonoma Fine

By Susan Dewey | November 4, 2013

Longboard Vineyards showcases California’s Russian River Valley at a superb Alberto’s Ristorante wine dinner. Spring Wine Tasting with winemaker Oded Shakked Featuring wines from Longboard Vineyards First Course Seafood Sampler…

Du Pain & Du Vin

By Susan Dewey | October 13, 2013

A wine dinner at Pain D’Avignon is a francophile’s—and a Cape Codder’s—delight. In every season, Pain D’Avignon is a favorite with Cape Cod diners who love fine French cooking—especially classic…

Our Kitchen’s Blooming

Our Kitchen’s Blooming

By Susan Dewey | October 13, 2013

A kitchen in an antique Cape comes alive in the hands of talented local professionals. In our old Cape house, the original kitchen was once the most important room in…

From Land & Sea, CSA

By Amanda Wastrom | October 7, 2013

Community Supported Agriculture is a win-win solution for Cape Codders in search of fresh fare. If you’re having trouble finding local fish on Cape Cod, you aren’t looking in the…

antiques, vegetables, and much more

Cotuit shop sells antiques, vegetables, and much more

By Amanda Wastrom | October 7, 2013

A Cotuit couple’s shop is a celebration of their many passions. “Being involved in the basics is not a bad thing,” declares Anne Barrett. She would know. Anne and her…

From Land And Sea

From Land And Sea

By Amanda Wastrom | September 1, 2013

CSA: Community Supported Agriculture is a win/win solution for Cape Codders in search of fresh fare. If you’re having trouble finding local fish on Cape Cod, you aren’t looking in…

Local Flavor

Local Flavor

By Jeff Harder | August 1, 2013

At times, it seems as if our food comes from a far-off place, finding its way onto our dinner plates from parts unknown. But it turns out there’s plenty being…

Natural Blessings

By Susan Dewey | May 1, 2013

Mother Nature lends a hand for a memorable rehearsal dinner feast on Craigville Beach. One of the best things about planning a rehearsal dinner on Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard, or…

Cape Magic

By Susan Dewey | May 1, 2013

Personal touches—and some unscripted surprises —charmed this Cape Cod wedding. The september morning of the wedding was overcast, with wispy fog rolling in on an easterly wind from Cape Cod…

Seaside Bridal Couture