10.01.13

The smell of a simmering pot draws us into the kitchen, and sitting down to a steaming bowl of homemade soup is the perfect antidote to a cold, blustery day.

By Catherine Walthers

10.01.13

These biscuits, warm from the oven, could accompany quite a few soups. I’ve enjoyed them with beef, chicken, and vegetable soups.

By Catherine Walthers

10.01.13

This is similar to an Italian vegetable soup, only better (and easier) with added nutrients from the kale and a quick-cooking, delicious Italian grain called farro.

By Catherine Walthers

10.01.13

This is an easy-to-make vegetarian fall favorite.

By Catherine Walthers

10.01.13

This chunky chicken soup flavored with cumin, chili, and lime is served with a variety of toppings that include avocado, fresh cilantro, and crisp tortilla strips.

By Catherine Walthers

10.01.13

Make this stew in a large, heavy-bottomed stove-to-oven soup pot, such as a cast iron Dutch oven or an enameled pot.

By Catherine Walthers

10.01.13

Martha’s Vineyard is not particularly hospitable when it comes to fruit trees.

By Susan Catling

10.01.13

Ingenuity is this issue’s red thread, the motif that winds its way through the pages. At the center of it all are two very different house lots in West Tisbury, each with distinct design challenges. One is a narrow site bogged down with wetlands restrictions, a sharp drop-off, and a specimen beech tree smack in the middle of the building envelope.

By Nancy Tutko

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