No need to stock up on doughnut peaches; in Provence you can buy one a day at the more than 75 local farmers markets.
Got travel plans? Chef Emily’s got tips—from how to find great, authentic food to which edible items make the best souvenirs.
Kerriann and her family set off for North Carolina—with a cooler full of ravioli from Huntington’s Mr. Sausage in tow.
After arriving in France ten days ago, I finally get inside Julia Child’s beloved La Peetch.
Pinch me, I am going to La Peetch, Julia Child’s home in France for a Month in Provence.
The 100-seat outdoor dinner will feature locally sourced fish, shellfish, produce, meat, and poultry. Here, take a sneak peek at the menu that goes from Island to Table.
Spend some time this summer growing, making or baking something to enter in the Long Island Fair.
A silent bloody rampager was killing my birds. Who was this chicken predator? How can I kill him?
For a few weeks in the end of June and the beginning of July, a lavender field in East Marion takes you to the south of France.
Our backyard chickens, destined for the table, are growing up. So is my son.
Cristina Cosentino is helping a hospital group to start organic farms and gardens to supply patient meals. But first, they start with window boxes.
Get down to Bethpage Ball Park to celebrate with a game and a big cookout.