Many baymen on the East End, for generations, have been conch fishermen who bait their traps with horseshoe crabs.
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The first farmers market of the season on the East End opens this Saturday. The Westhampton Beach market has chickens, eggs, ducks, pickles, pastas and flowers. And whatever early spring vegetables are on hand. So get your own bag and start planning dinner.
The winemaker shuffle continues on the East End. Anthony Nappa has been hired to take over the fermentation tanks at Raphael.
A spirit flight will get you three quarter-ounce shots for $8, but you can only have one per day.
Two great friends of Edible, Tracy Slotkin of Red Bell Foods and Patty Gentry of Early Girl Farm are joining forces by offering Tracy’s specialty foods at Patty’s farm on Saturdays.
Edible East End’s Food Truck Derby, which took place last summer at the Hayground School in Bridgehampton, has started a new tradition.
A wee six years old, Brooklyn Uncorked has grown into the biggest and baddest Long Island wine tasting in New York.