Check out Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard, Long Island Spirits and Crooked Ladder Brewing Company during a weekend on the North Fork.
This squash beats out pumpkin. Mash it, roast it or turn it into soup. • Photograph by Laura Luciano
Why would a chef leave Daniel for a plot on Long Island? • Photographs by Doug Young
Our photographers see a lot when shooting for the magazine. Some shots lie on the cutting room floor. But they don’t have to!
Our photo editor, Doug Young, recently visited Hartwood Restaurant in Tulum, Mexico and had an opportunity to sit down with New York-born chef Eric Werner and ask him a few questions.
Southdown Coffee in Huntington is our area’s newest specialty coffee roaster and café. The north shore just got more civilized. • Photos by Todd Orelli
As the late summer harvest overlaps with early autumn crops – summer squash pairs up beautifully with Yukon Gold potatoes and Swiss chard. Both of these recipes make lovely side dishes, but make enough for leftovers so you can throw some eggs into the mix and create additional meals for a just a tiny bit more investment of time and energy.
This fall your apple harvest doesn’t just have to be about pie. Here’s something you can easily freeze.
Kerriann Flanagan Brosky takes us on a quick tour of the meals she’s looking forward to this fall.
With fall festival season well underway, there are a few not-to-be-missed events on deck for this weekend that will connect families to their food and drink on a seasonal, agricultural and historical level.
After your hot sauce spends some time aging in your refrigerator, bottle it up for gifts. • Photographs by Kerriann Flanagan Brosky
Don’t be surprised that you can grow lettuce late into the fall.