Lucky us. On Long Island it’s easy to find fresh fish. Try living in suburban New Jersey, where my sister lives, and you have to drive two towns over to find a store that sells fish and only fish.
Gumm and Medwig plunged into the frigorific waters of Smithtown Bay in search of Blue Island’s acclaimed Naked Cowboy Oyster.
On Long Island locavores lack access to locally raised organic meats. Bolkas wants to change that by converting his 30 acres of property in upstate New York into a pasture-raised cattle ranch.
Voted best gluten-free menu and organic eatery on Long Island by the readers of the Long Island Press and rated by Delight Gluten-Free Magazine as one of the best gluten-free bakeries in America, Ms. Michelle’s serves an array of organic, gluten-free treats.
The real Santa Claus touches down at the farmers market in Huntington.
EdibleLongIsland.com started in April, so we didn’t get a full year in, but what we got was a doozy. We’ve only scratched the surface of covering Western Suffolk and Nassau, so stay tuned. We did learn that Long Islanders like pickles. Our top story had twice as many readers as number 2.
The guys at Blue Island Oyster Company are making blue-sky thinking an art form. How does the idea of a kayak or stand-up paddleboard tour of their Great South Bay oyster farm grab you?
Lucky me. I got to spend some time with Chris Quartuccio, CEO of Blue Island Oyster Company, for a story included in our Winter 2014 issue.
A Natural Treasure and an American Classic.
You’ve heard of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, now we have Giving Tuesday. And you can take advantage of it close to home. Any donation to Group for the East End will be doubled if you contribute online on Tuesday, December 3.
Seeing a fish that has just been caught is a bittersweet experience. In order to capture the true essence and see the vibrant colors, the fish must remain intact and fresh for as long as possible.
The American Farmland Trust and Cornell Cooperative Extension aim to eliminate financial risk for innovative farmers, and improve water quality for Suffolk County residents.