Tag: autumn

Nantucket Essays

Days Like Tomatoes

~ by Robert P. Barsanti ~ I was driving between the fields at Bartlett’s when I noticed the moon rising up from the pine trees. I pulled the old car over, but left it running. In the dry and cool Autumn air, the moon processed through one thin line to […]

Nantucket Essays

Autumn Entry

• by Robert P. Barsanti • The light remains in September.  The air clears, the fog settles, and sky glows throughout the afternoon into an operatic sunset.  To own a summer home on Nantucket is to also own the bankrupting irony of island living; the best weather comes after you […]

Island Cooking

Food for the Psyche

by Chef Jenn Farmer Autumn is my favorite time of year, that being said, I always get a little depressed early in September. I know it seems as if I am contradicting myself, but it is true. I have several theories why this happens every year, and they seem to […]