Issue 06: The Atlantic Issue

 

New England's jagged Atlantic coastline stretches for 473 beautiful miles across our region. Further, New England boasts over 6,000 miles of tidal shoreline, from the Southern tip of Byram Point in Connecticut, around the arm of Cape Cod and north to Machias, Maine. With this many miles of rough and rigid beauty, there's no wonder this region has plenty of stories to tell.

New England was born from the ocean and built from the bounty pulled from the ocean. This region is shaped by the sea-salted air, the waves that pound the rocky cliffs, the frigid temperatures of the sea and the life that thrives in the depths of the Atlantic.

For most, New England is synonymous with coastal life. For our 6th installment, we wanted to visit all stories that were born from the Atlantic.


Featured Articles

 

Blueberry Sea Salt Cordial

Taste some of New England's most potent summer flavors in this delicious & regionally inspired cocktail.

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Meet the Maker:
Wellfleet Sea Salt

Meet the amazing duo behind the Cape Cod-based operation, Wellfleet Sea Salt.

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Travel Guide:
Martha's Vineyard

Explore Martha's Vineyard with Desiree Spinner, Editor in Chief of La Petite Peach

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A Floral Blessing for the Atlantic

Crafting sea-inspired arrangements with Amy Reed of Luna Moss

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Travel Guide:
New Bedford

Explore this coastal city in Massachusetts that's making a comeback in the name of scallops.

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A Port City Restaurant With Moxy

Indulge at one of Portsmouth's newest additions to the restaurant scene: Moxy

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Travel Guide:
Block Island

Explore this island situated 13 miles south of the coast of Rhode Island by foot.

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Photographing Maine's Night Sky

Learn about night photography from New England native and astrophotographer, Jon Secord.

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Island Creek Oyster Farm

Spend an afternoon on the 'farm' with Duxbury-based, Island Creek Oysters

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Taste of New England: Lobster Landing

Meet the owner behind CT-favorite, Lobster Landing.

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Row 34

A look at this 'workingman's oyster bar' located in Boston's Fort Point Neighborhood.

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Pan Roasted Wild Striped Bass

Chef Jeremy Sewall of Row 34 shares with us this delicious & locally inspired dish.

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Our Edible Ocean

Exploring some of the tastiest sea vegetables our ocean has to offer.

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Baked Scallops with Toasted Breadcrumbs

A delicious recipe using the New Bedford specialty food pulled from its' port.

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