What do farmers do during the off-season? We’re glad you asked.
From the top 10 food and restaurant trends of 2016 to how mayors are going to lead the fight to protect the environment, here are the 7 things you need to know in food this week.
Governor Cuomo has announced that $500,000 has been awarded to seven Farm-to-School projects across New York State—and over $162,000 of that funding is coming straight to North and South Fork schools.
On December 9, join the Peconic Land Trust, Cornell Cooperative Extension, and Noank Aquaculture Cooperative to learn about a nitrogen sampling study to keep the Peconic clean and oyster-friendly.
Forty-percent of the food produced in this country ends up rotting either in the fields or in landfills. Let’s work together to change that.
Shop like you eat: locally! Stop by Hayground School this Saturday, December 3, for all your local shopping needs.
A dish enjoyed during the first Thanksgiving finds a forever home on the East End.
Whatever your politics, our vibrant, food-loving, nature-obsessed East End community is the beacon that will continue to guide our way.
An ugly, awe-inspiring sight serves as a wake up call.
Watch Steve Haweeli interview two of the East End’s favorite chefs, Gail Arnold and Paul Del Favero.
Rejoice, literary-minded locavores. Stephen Massimilla and Myra Kornfeld have written the cookbook of your dreams.
Starting November 12, take the Jitney straight to Long Island Cheese Pumpkin heaven.