The latest in Mexican is in Garden City and your abuelita would love it.
Remarkable woman working in food will speak at Nassau County Community College’s ‘Setting the Global Table.’
Food justice, backyard oystering, healthy eating, school gardens, soil amendments, chefs as game-changers, community garden toolkits, pesky pests and beneficial bugs: the schedule of workshops for the Long Island Food Conference has just been posted and there are exciting presentations for everyone from the beginning gardener to the locavore to the politicized eater.
Pasta class at Simons Center Cafe April 7.
There is still time to get early bird pricing for the Long Island Food Conference (formerly known as the Small Farm Summit), an exciting day of lectures and workshops for kids and adults interested in sustainable local agriculture and all the issues and opportunities surrounding it.
The biggest “fish on Friday” Friday is tomorrow; here’s where to stock up for your Good Friday meal.
A couple of years ago we started coloring Easter eggs the natural way with vegetables and spices that can be teased out in a few…
A Peruvian family brings some of home to Hicksville.
The adaptable drink adapts to Long Island, by way of Mexico.
News flash: white eggs are just a nutritious as brown eggs and look a whole lot better when colored for Easter!
Star entrees with authentic Dominican flavor and portion sizes that can’t be beat.
A candy cane a stirrer will melt, leaving thin ribbons of red across the surface of your hot chocolate to the delight of little ones.