Planning an herb garden

Ever wanted to plant an herb garden, but don’t know where to start? This week on the Local Food Report, Elspeth Hay talks with Peter Fossel of Swan River Farm in Dennisport about planning an herb garden. Read more at Elspeth’s blog.

Squid ink in your drink? A very dirty martini
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It’s been a slow squid season this year, so why not use all of what you catch? This week on The Local Food Report, Elspeth learns about the many culinary uses of squid ink, from risottos to martinis. Read more at Elspeth’s blog.

Kale rabe: a local spring delicacy

Most cooks have heard of broccoli rabe. But what about other rabe varieties? This week on The Local Food Report, Elspeth Hay talks with growers at the Orleans Farmers’ Market about this spring delicacy from the Brassica family. Read more at Elspeth’s blog.

Story Workshop Spring 2013: Listening Event

Thursday, May 23, 2013 at 7 p.m., Redfield Hall, Woods Hole, MA Nine Transom Story Workshop  students have spent eight weeks learning the craft of telling stories with sound. Join us for a public listening event on Thursday, May 23rd at 7:00 at Redfield Hall, 57 Water Street, in Woods Hole, to celebrate their work and[…..]

Hunting for watercress in the Herring River

Watercress was introduced to North America hundreds of years ago by European settlers. This week on the Local Food Report, Elspeth Hay goes foraging for the edible aquatic green in the Herring River in Wellfleet. Read more at Elspeth’s blog.

Foraging for a green that stings? Nettles in the kitchen

Most people think of stinging nettles as an obnoxious—and painful—weed. But this week on the Local Food Report, Falmouth resident Fiamma Straneo takes Elspeth foraging for stinging nettles and remembers nettle recipes from her childhood in Italy. Read more at Elspeth’s blog.

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