Cape Cod Seafood Risotto

Risotto is synonymous with Italy.  In the 14th century B.C.,  Arabs first brought rice to Sicily and Spain during their control.  Italy had the perfect growing conditions with the high humidity of the Mediterranean combined with flat land for growing … Continue reading

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

Annie Copps Stuffed Quahogs

In Chef Annie Copps new cookbook, “A Little Taste of Cape Cod”, available on Amazon, you’ll find lots of delicious recipes including ‘Soups, Sandwiches & Sides’, ‘Main Courses’, and ‘Desserts’.  But our favorite section is ‘Appetizers & Small Bites’.  When … Continue reading

Bob’s Clams Casino

For 33 years, Bob Silva worked with International Packaging in Pawtucket, Rhode Island, ultimately as Corporate Vice President heading up the International Accessories Division. In 1992, Bob and his wife purchased their home in Hyannis Port where, every weekend after a full … Continue reading

Little Necks with Linguini

Cape Cod is known for its beautiful beaches and endless shorelines.   However, during Prohibition in the 1920’s, some of these beaches and inlets became more popular with bootleggers than tourists.  It became apparent to bootleggers seeking ways of bringing in … Continue reading

Mario’s Cape Cod Pasta

Mario Lanza (1/31/21-10/7/59) was often described as “the most famous tenor in the world”.  He spent summers in Centerville on Cape Cod.  His ‘Four Corners” mansion was diagonally across the street from the famous Four Seas Ice Cream shop.  In … Continue reading

Seafood Alberto for Two

Growing up in the North End and working in several restaurants there, Felis Barreiro managed Alberto’s current location for 3 years before becoming Alberto’s owner.  Alberto’s used to be located on Ocean Street in Hyannis.  That was the location of … Continue reading

Mildred’s Chowder

Mildred’s Chowder House was a legendary Hyannis restaurant. for over 30 years.   Mildred’s served countless customers outstanding clam chowder and great seafood.   One of  Mildred’s biggest customers was President John F. Kennedy.   The President “LOVED”  Mildred’s chowder  so much, … Continue reading