Photo by David Lyon for the Boston Globe.
You might want to make your hotel and restaurant reservations now for Sept. 24-26 on Cape Cod. That's the weekend of Cape Land and Sea Harvest 2010 and it promises to be a busy three days. From clams to honey, if it's harvested on Cape Cod, it's on the menu for this fifth annual celebration of Cape bounty. You might even get to help with the grape crush at Cape Cod Winery (weather permitting). At this point, some 34 activities are already scheduled from bog tours to cheese-making workshops to a pickle-making class, and more are expected to be added. The weekend is also the culmination of Eat Local Week, as at least 19 restaurants feature seasonal local dishes. Go light with tapas-style tastings or splurge on five-course dinners with wine pairings. Many of the events are free … but not dinner. For full details, see the web site www.ediblecommunities.com/clash/.
Posted by David Lyon