Snacks & Sides

Franckie’s Turmeric Tonic Ice Cubes

We’re never really about moderation around here…we love what we do, we love to eat, it all goes hand in hand.  The results can be euphoric or destructive…it’s a mixed bag and often both at once.  For cooks, it’s really hard to find a balance between not standing too much, not lifting too much, not […]

Not Your Average Crackers

Houseguests last summer arrived laden with gifts:  home-made jams (they’re jam junkies), books, fresh-picked fruit from a farm close to their Vermont home, and huge tins of home-made…um…crackers… I have to admit, the last part left me a little less excited.  Never really been a particularly keen cracker-eater.  Always preferred my carbs in bread or […]

Einkorn Sourdough Bread

We aren’t the first, and we certainly won’t be the last, to be amazed by the fantastic results that a home baker can get by baking bread in a Dutch oven placed inside your regular oven.  We were, however, perhaps the most disappointed when we finally tried this incredibly easy and satisfying way to make […]

The Ultimate Homemade Lemoncello

Once you start making things from scratch for yourself, it starts to be a bit obsessive.  We’ve worked Lemoncello into our repertoire gradually.  A friend who is a flight attendant took up the adorable habit of bringing us bottles of delicious, creamy lemoncello whenever she flew to Italy.  Then another friend decided to hand out […]

Blueberry-Lemon Scones: a recipe with photos

Fruit, Oat & Einkorn Scones Makes 16 scones Adapted from Linda Rondinone, Block Island, RI Photos by Greg Nesbit Photography In an industry which specializes in hot and crazy, you have to be pretty selective about your jobs.  It’s rare to stumble into a dream job: a kitchen with a window and a decent amount […]

Corn Souffle

A Light and Delicious Corn Souffle at the end of the Sweet Corn Season   It’s tricky timing, but we do get many recipe requests in the summer and I’m doing my best to catch up with them all!  Pinning Franck down to a written recipe is the first part of the challenge sometimes; but […]

Gluten Free Recipes, a Work in Progress…

This past year, gluten free cooking has become our mantra, as more and more guests come into the restaurant who are gluten intolerant. Not satisfied with merely serving them gluten-free bread and discussing the limitations of our menu for them, we decided that it was time to really restructure our menu in a much smarter […]

Beet “Tartare”

It may sound like we’re saying Beef, but it’s actually vegetarian Beet “Tartare,” a delicious salad or spread — fresh beets that have been cooked & then seasoned like a traditional “Steak Tartare” — that we’ve been getting lots of recipe requests for.  The idea for the dish comes from one of our most reliable […]

Dog Sauce??

It’s so strange to still be on vacation; the new website has required some amount of attention, but basically this year, with no major renovations at the restaurant, we are truly RELAXING…We’re also playing a lot with some of the delicious ideas that we got from our trip to St. Martin.  The most wonderful being […]