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April/May 2011

Wild Things

Spring 2011

When ISLAND CHEFS describe their cuisine, they often say, “We only use the freshest ingredients available.” There are, however, a number of chefs who stretch this philosophy a bit further whenever...

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Sweet Treats: The Perfect Cookie

Spring 2011

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?

Those...

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Saint Emilion

Spring 2011

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...

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Malbec At The End Of The World

Spring 2011

The Malbec grape is not native to Argentina, but in the past few years Argentina has certainly given the deeply-delicious, fruity red wine new celebrity. A transplant from the southwest of France, Malbec...

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Spice Girl

Spring 2011

Growing up on Nantucket, CLAUDIA BUTLER had an affinity for the natural world early on. She loved to explore the outdoors, picking wild blueberries and blackberries, and some of her earliest memories are...

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The Wreck Of The Two Brothers

Spring 2011

On Feb. 11, 1823, cruising to the west of the Sandwich Islands – now Hawaii – in consort with the whaleship Martha, the Two Brothers was separated from her sister ship and caught in a severe gale.

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Living Small: York Street Retreat

Spring 2011

When watercolor artist Barbara van Winkelen first came to Nantucket more than 40 years ago from her home in Windsor, Connecticut, she never dreamed she would own a house here.

Like many artists before...

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