Join Farmhouse Pottery co-founders Zoe and James Zilian during their trunk show and signing August 4th - 4-8pm.
Reflections on January by Chef Tina Miller
As I head out to work, I walk gingerly through deep snow, trying not to slip. The sun is threatening to come up, but for now it is still quite dark, I turn my headlights on and head down the road. I usually pass only a few cars on my 10 -mile ride to Rosewater. Main Street in Edgartown is so empty that I easily coast into an empty parking lot. As the sun comes up across the winter sky, there is very little to the color scheme except fifty or more shades of gray.
New England natives and Farmhouse Pottery founders Zoe and James Zilian wanted to create a place with a modern farm aesthetic that represented farm-to-table values infused in traditionally crafted designs. Determined to sustain the next generation of local makers and farmers, they were compelled to bring authentic gifts with a deeper meaning and useful purpose to market.
The history of Granola, or what was originally called Granula, follows a long and winding road from 1860’s creations of Dr. James Caleb Jackson at his health spa in Danville, NY to the more modern day creations of John Harvey Kellogg, and its international inspirations from cereal sibling Muesli.
Vineyard Gazette (July 2015)
A wonderful welcome-to-the-neighborhood article from our Summer Street neighbors at the Vineyard Gazette.
Despite the lack of a working kitchen, the Rosewater gang didn’t want to miss Edgartown’s first big event of the season, The Taste of the Vineyard. Held at the Martha’s Vineyard Preservation Trust property on Main Street, the Taste features some of the islands favorite food purveyors, each offering a single morsel for a boisterous, well-lubricated crowd of islanders and early summer visitors.