In an artfully cozy setting, Soul Brew encourages its customers to feed their souls (and provides them with everything they’ll need for the feeding).
These are the stories I will tell as I gather with my friends and family this holiday season. Because even as the world seems hostile, or a tweet or two away from becoming completely dark, there are still so many of us who are coming together.
It doesn’t matter if you’re naughty or nice. Here are some of our favorite food- and drink-related finds this year.
A heritage brand grows in Huntington.
Local brewers are partnering with bagel shops to fight food waste on Long Island.
Because just as any meal can be improved by the use of spices—saffron from Iran, cinnamon from Sri Lanka, sumac from Sicily—our country can be improved by adapting at home the recipes that work so well elsewhere.
An island nature preserve also hosts essential eating.
Employing sustainable agriculture, Cuba’s on-the-ground revolution flourishes.
From a working Irish farm to a shop producing cheese with an unexpected ingredient, we map a laid-back road trip full of hidden gems.
South Fork Bakery employs young adults with special needs to make some of the island’s most special sweets.
None of the people featured in these stories—or involved in their telling—are just fiddling. They’re providing the music that makes our region worth celebrating in the first place.
Can’t choose between a beer and a mixed drink? You no longer have to.