Breakfast Cups

Chintz and calico—refined yet definitely un-dainty. Big enough for a man’s hand (like Wallace Stevens’) for “late coffee and oranges in a sunny chair.” Bramhall and Dunn, 19 Main Street, Vineyard Haven and 9 Winter Street, Edgartown, $48 for cup and saucer.

Breakfast Cups

Green Hornet

from: Green is the New Black

A muddle of lime juice, fresh mint, Midori melon liqueur, and white rum. A fruity minty treat fit for the rum runners running from the dry towns to Oak Bluffs. $9 at the Park Corner Bistro, 20 Kennebec St., Oak Bluffs, (508) 696-9922.

Green Hornet

West Tisbury Farmers’ Market

from: Green is the New Black

Opens June 23 and runs through the season on Wednesdays and Saturdays, 9 a.m.– 12 p.m. at the Grange Hall in West Tisbury. It’s a local food parade of eggs, bread, honey, jams, spring rolls, meat and produce. Ample free parking. Bring your cooler.

West Tisbury Farmers’ Market

IGI Cotton Bag

from: Green is the New Black

Island Grown Initiative’s all-purpose carry-all, painted for EV by (and with) Loving Kindness. When you buy an IGI bag, you support programs that support local ag. When you paint one, you support your creative self. Available at Cronig’s, $12, unpainted.

IGI Cotton Bag

Zen Green Tea

from: Green is the New Black

Tazo steams up aromas of lemon and mint. Good hot or cold with honey, it’s gentle and cleansing. According to an Old Chinese proverb: ‘better to be deprived of food for three days instead of tea for one.’

Zen Green Tea

The MV Film Festival

from: Green is the New Black

Mug is $10 or $15 for all the java you want at the movies. www.tmvff.org

Herb Alpert’s Tijuana Brass Whiped Cream and Other Delights

from: Green is the New Black

Released in ’65, sold 6 million copies and spent 6 weeks at #1. Cool vinyl can be found at Above Ground Records, Edgartown, (508) 627-4678.

Stevia

from: Green is the New Black

This natural sweetener is a good alternative to the artificial pink and blue packets. Available at cafes and Cronig’s.

Stewart’s Key Lime Soda

from: Green is the New Black

Sip a cold bottle on the steps of Alley’s General Store, about $1.50.

Green Acres Oliver

(Eddie Albert) and Lisa (Eva Gabor) are the local food movement’s first-adopters who leave NYC to live his dream down on the farm in ‘Hooters-ville’. Let the pitchforks, gags and snorting pigs fly. DVD rentals at Island Entertainment, 395 State Road, Vineyard Haven, (508) 693-7441.