Last week our photographer Lindsay Morris met the suppliers for Dock to Dish at the Montauk Fish Dock, where the business lands and packages–and is building a new facility–its same-day-sourced seafood for the burgeoning list of customers.
The holiday season is in full swing from the Montauk Lighthouse to New York City’s Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree. If Black Friday and Cyber Monday didn’t do it for you, this list may help you complete your holiday shopping.
If summer is the season for working hard in the food and restaurant business, winter is time when cooks and restaurateurs on both forks test new dishes, menus and promotions.
Pour yourself a warm cup of tea, stoke the fire and settle in with our winter issue of Edible Long Island. From Oyster Bay to the Great South Bay, this issue is chock full of warmth and goodness.
n a nod to the wealth of high-quality wine, beer and spirits made on Long Island’s East End, these sessions will feature locally made products, served with a locally sourced signature tasting menu prepared by the inn’s executive chef Richard Kanowsky.
Much to my delight, I walked into the Green Thumb Organic Farm in Watermill and spotted some beautiful crisp bunches of fennel alongside whimsically shaped bright orange carrots
Winter on the East End does not mean our farmers are lonely or expect to be forgotten, for our local food scene stays vibrant. And we have plenty to write about.