Provincetown’s Portuguese Pork and Clams

When the first Portuguese fishermen arrived in Provincetown in the 19th century, they not only brought their skills as fishermen but they also brought their delicious Portuguese cooking.  One of these delicious recipes was Carne de Porco à Alentejana.  Carne … Continue reading

Franck’s Paella Valenciana

The Spanish influence from language to architecture is found everywhere in Cuba. But Spain’s influence on Cuban life cannot be more apparent than in Cuban cooking.  Oceania’s Cruise Line’s Culinary Director, Executive Chef Franck Garanger, lived in Valencia, Spain where … Continue reading

JFK’s Lobster Stew

Boston’s Locke-Ober restaurant opened in 1875 and closed in 2012 after 137 years of being an integral part of Boston and American history.  For example, in 1959 Jack met with his brother Bobby and his father Joseph P. Kennedy to … Continue reading

Winstead Inn’s Cranberry-Orange Muffins with Crumb Topping

When all the excitement of the season just gets a little too much for you, think about the serenity of Cape Cod, off season.  And one of the best places to enjoy that serenity (and sophistication) is the Winstead Inn … Continue reading

A Cape Cod Classic: Baked Crab, Lobster and Artichoke Dip

A few years ago, Executive Chef Jeff White gave us his recipe for Baked Crab, Lobster and Artichoke Dip. Year after year, our Blog followers have made this recipe one of the most popular of all the hors d’oeuvre recipes found … Continue reading

Chef Morse’s Lavender Shortbread for the Holidays

                                       Photo by Michael Pawlenty Chefs Press Here is a recipe for Lavender Shortbread  from our dear friend Chef Kitty Morse. We blogged it two years ago but we felt it was worth repeating for the Holidays. This recipe is … Continue reading