It’s like holding a taste of sweet sunshine in the palm of your hand.
From cider to wine and vegetables to pies, Long Island’s got it local.
This year—as always—we’re thankful for our local poultry farmers.
Time to check out Lobster Fridays at Jewel and the best lobster rolls around.
The Local Hero Awards echo and reaffirm our mission to celebrate the culinary bounty, heritage and diversity of Long Island. We asked you to vote and vote you did. So, without further ado, we present the 2015 Local Hero Awards to the following local heroes.
A popular pie is the Kerberry, Kerber’s own creation using strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, orange rind and fresh vanilla beans
Award season is upon us and we need you, our readers, to vote for your Local Heroes.
They earned their acclaim as the framework for an egg sandwich, but these cheddar biscuits can categorically stand on their own.
Sugarplums? Bah! We have visions of Danna Abram’s cookies dancing in our heads.
Kerber’s Farm in Huntington is a nostalgic trip back to the holidays of yesteryear…complete with hot cider and to-die-for baked goodies.
On a Sunday in July, I head east to Patty’s Berries and Bunches in Mattituck for blueberry power picking. Then, I haul the goods back to my kitchen for an afternoon of cooking and preserving blueberry jam. The serenity of Patty’s bucolic berry fields is relived each time I crack open a jar of that homemade jam.
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.