Victoria’s lovely July/August 2017 issue, redolent with seaside splendor, explores enchanting Bermuda and visits a Boothbay Harbor, Maine, ceramics shop resonating with oceanic beauty. Discover the grassroots movement behind Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Company and the culinary tour de force of Nantucket-based Fare Isle, where foraged island finds combine with organic vegetables for the freshest offerings the earth can provide. Also in this issue: Savor sublime peach recipes, host an unforgettable Fourth of July fête, and explore Mercanteinfiera, an unsurpassed Italian antiques marketplace that supplies a trove of curated treasures for trade professionals and travelers alike.
Take a closer look at some of our favorite July/August features:
Preserving a Heritage
Since 1998, Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Company has been dedicated to sustaining agricultural heritage. Today, it is the largest supplier of nineteenth-century seeds.
On the lovely hamlet of Nantucket, Kaity Ferrell and husband, Jacob, harvest the produce the island offers to create delectable farm-to-table culinary fare.
Treasures in Parma
Each year, more than sixty thousand collectors flock to Italy for Mercanteinfiera, Europe’s premier antiques exhibition.
A Delicious Indulgence
What could be sweeter than peaches in summer? Victoria’s recipe developers present a delectable menu of nature’s most ambrosial fruit.
The July/August 2017 issue is available for purchase online.