We’re not kidding. Brace yourselves for an involuntary “aww” (or ten).
You love their cheese, but do you know their story?
Always dream of raising your own oysters? SPAT (the Suffolk Project in Aquaculture Training) has got your back.
Hibernation is overrated. Head out to Almond this winter for their Artists & Writers Nights.
At PAWPAW in Greenport, Taylor and Katelyn Knapp are popping up to transform the North Fork’s culinary landscape.
In the kitchen garden of Leslie Rose Close in Bridgehampton.
The basic sugar cookie recipe is a canvas for Christmas. • Photographs by Michael Pateman
Zigmund started doing the dinners in October 2012 and plans to continue through May this year, perhaps starting up again in the fall.
As one drives up to the Old Field Vineyards in Southold, a tall attractive woman in a beige workman’s jumpsuit comes into view. She is pruning grapevines. Her dog snores on a cushion nearby. She’s Perry Weiss, 34, vineyard manager and assistant winemaker.
“Compliments from the girls out back,” says Joyce Barry as she serves breakfast to guests at her Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast in Cutchogue. The girls are 12 Buff Orpington chickens, a breed known for its calm qualities, which makes it easy for Barry to treat them like pets.
Writing about family meals has become in vogue. But we were inspired to sit in—and chronicle—the family meals at some less expected food and drink businesses, including a farm, a winery and a restaurant.
Taylor Knapp’s love of foraging and cooking is evident in an eclectic, comfort food menu at First and South in Greenport.