The Saturday farmers market is the only all-organic market in New York State.
Fresh food and artisanal products every Sunday from 9 .m. – 1 p.m. at the Jack Abrams School.
Celebrate National Farmers Market Week and our local foodshed at Grown on Long Island Day on Friday August 7 in Yaphank.
At the August 7 county-wide farmers market and Seafood Throwdown, the Center Moriches teen will sit on the other side of the table.
Take a tour that includes mustard made with beer, new bakeries and poultry farmers, red flannel pickles and love.
Breads, and jams, and strawberries! Oh my! Forget about Christmas, the most wonderful time of the year is when the farmers markets start popping up in our local communities.
Support your local farmer and small business owner at the Huntington Farmers Market, or at other winter farmers markets on Long Island.
The de Cuba Family hasn’t finalized our Thanksgiving menu yet, but click here for a round-up of favorite recipes, including how to brine your bird (because you should).
In an effort to not miss any opportunity to eat, drink and be merry, we are pulling together a calendar of some of the tastiest goings-on in our area.
In our Summer 2014 issue, Kerriann Flanagan Brosky looked into Farmigo, the online farmers market. Users order their food online, skipping retailers, and pick up their purchases at a community organized site. End results are fresh, food, elimination of the middle man, and more money in the farmers’ pockets and yours. Here’s a list of the existing pickup sites.
There has been a hint of summer in the air. Get out this weekend and reconnect with your foodshed. We have tastings, tunes a community garden build and farmers markets on the horizon.
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.