Our next issue will feature a discussion about the value and benefits of screw caps on wine. Paumanok has embraced them; they wish they had more arms to do the embracing. We’re wondering: What do our readers prefer?
New York celebrities and food luminaries are lining up against fracking in the city’s watershed, including a new coalition of food and drink businesses formed to push elected officials to ban fracking in the state, and to send a message to the whole nation.
The glue on the labels is barely dry, but the Kontokostas have opened the doors on their Sound Avenue winery/tasting room. Their wines will be featured in our High Summer issue coming out the first week in August.
‘The most pleasurable activity next to eating the beautiful, healthy, organically grown food produced at Quail Hill Farm is talking about it.’
Taylor Knapp’s love of foraging and cooking is evident in an eclectic, comfort food menu at First and South in Greenport.
The Amagansett Food Institute is hosting a workshop on the ways in which the new Food Safety Modernization Act will affect East End farmers.
One of Slow Food East End’s big initiatives this year is promoting and supporting access to good, clean, fair food. Our support of the Flanders Farm Fresh Market will help bring access to fresh produce and goods to a community-wide food dessert.