Can it be the seventh year? Brooklyn Uncorked returns again to celebrate New York wine and the food that complements it. Get your ticket now!
This summer why not consider a camp that teaches your children a life skill? Like how to bait a hook, use seine nets, prepare an Italian meal, make butter, grow tomatoes, harvest herbs, raise chickens, milk a goat and the list goes on
Whether it’s help assessing your soil, planting seedlings, trimming hedges, weeding by hand or harvesting beans, Ladie Sadie’s Organic Gardening can help.
For the next couple weeks, the Feedfeed, which was profiled in our Spring 2014 issue, wants to see how they’ve inspired your cooking. Post an image to Instagram of food you have made and add the following text in the original caption: “Inspired by @thefeedfeed #feedfeed.”
The bi-annual Long Island Restaurant Week kicks off its Spring 2014 campaign on Sunday, April 27 for eight days ending on Sunday, May 4.
Months of ridicule for my refusal to eat even greenhouse grown summer vegetables, all boil down to this moment. I drop to my knees and the fluffy, dark brown earth welcomes their impact.
One of this winter’s greatest success stories has been the Riverhead Farmers Market. Packed to the gills every Saturday in the old Swezey’s space on Main Street, the market has drawn shoppers from the East End to western Suffolk.
The weather this Easter Sunday is forecasted to be delightful. So why not don your Easter bonnet and head out to one of the innumerable restaurants in our area that have been gearing up for this rite of spring. As we could not possibly list them all, this is just a tiny smattering of some of our favorite restaurants.