We may not be Iowa when it comes to area farmed, but here on Long Island, we have been celebrating agriculture for a long time. And we have our very own county fair to prove it.
Sprinkled generously across both the dinner and drink menus is GHT’s garden mint, with appearances made in the restaurant’s summer-inspired Fae Done-Away cocktail, a concoction of organic cucumber vodka, fresh squeezed grapefruit juice, homemade ginger-infused simple syrup and fresh mint.
The BBQ Brethren presents its 7th Annual New York State BBQ Championship at the Maples Bar and Grill in Manorville on August 3. The competition is sanctioned by the New England BBQ Society and Mid-Atlantic BBQ Association.
In a field dominated mostly by men, Tabbethia Haubold Magee is a pioneer in fibered animal care. Her 17-acre farm in Yaphank is a hub of education, community, and grassroots focus.
What Noise Annoys an Oyster? The Long Island Sound! Thimble Island Oysters serves the ecosystem and our taste buds with a vertical ocean farm.
Whether you live on Long Island, or want to spend more time there, Edible Long Island is your guide to the burgeoning food and drink culture of Nassau County and western Suffolk counties. Find the digital version that’s just right for your screen.
Breathe. You didn’t miss the boat, there’s still plenty of time to plant tons of delectable goodies in the garden. OK, maybe not tons, but there are many vegetables that will happily flourish from July onward.
Jen Campbell has brought horticultural knowledge and unbridled enthusiasm to the state-owned farm, along with neatly planted and weeded rows of vegetables and herbs.