The Second World War ended seventy years ago. But for some Islanders, the memories don’t fade.
Even today, at age ninety-four, Fred B. “Ted” Morgan possesses the ramrod-straight bearing of a military man whose World War II service ended just yesterday.
Forget hunting or fishing – starting in October, gathering sweet bay scallops is where it’s at. The Island is blessed with one of the healthiest populations of Atlantic bay beauties. So what are you waiting for? Get out there. (But make sure you get a permit first.)
Yes, the phrase “Home & Garden” evokes visions of sprawling acres, elaborate man caves, and limited-edition artisanal wallpaper, but it has finally come time to shed light away from the Goliaths and onto the Davids of the Home & Garden game.
Think of this recipe as a handy template for a mini savory bread pudding (or a strata, if you prefer to call it that), and substitute your favorite cheese or another vegetable if you like. The puddings will rise up in the oven and then collapse as they cool.