In the event that the conversation at the Thanksgiving dinner table should turn stale, bowl over your family and friends with some of these nuggets of Thanksgiving knowledge. • Photograph by Doug Young
In our holiday issue, Sophia del Gigante profiled four women who are making inroads into the once male-dominated world of craft beer. Lauri Spitz of Moustache Brewing Co., Shelby Poole of Morrison’s and Jackson’s gastropubs and Amanda Danielsen and Succety Lara or Hoptron Brewtique are strong and invincible for sure, but they are not alone. Long Island is rapidly becoming a hotbed for fledgling women in the craft beer industry.
In our holiday issue, Kerriann Flanagan Brosky time traveled back to the days of bathtub gin, speakeasies and rum runners. Stir up a little…
Vegans! Don’t be left out this winter when everyone’s drinking hot chocolate. Sweet & Sara’s shows you how. • Photograph by Yvonne Albinowski
Food historian, Long Islander Libby O’Connell talks about her new book on American food in Huntington.
For five concerts (held on the second Sunday of the month from May to September at 2 p.m.) you can either pay $20 at the door ($100) each time or buy ahead through the CSM program and get all five shows for $60 ($15 per show and the fifth one free).
The restaurant rolls back prices and the menu to celebrate 20 years in the business.
The newly renovated Farmingdale Diner just aired on Food Network’s hottest new show, The Hungry Games hosted by restaurateur and Top Chef All-Stars winner, Richard Blais….
Peconic Bay scallops have met their muse in Chef Meredith Machemer’s capable hands. • Photographs by Doug Young
The de Cuba Family hasn’t finalized our Thanksgiving menu yet, but click here for a round-up of favorite recipes, including how to brine your bird (because you should).
You will forgive me for boasting a bit about my seven-year-old, because moms can’t help themselves sometimes, but also because once you try this…
Thinking of trying a new way to cook your bird? What about a beer-brined turkey.