For the High Summer Issue of Edible East End, Alex Goetzfried visited with Regan Meador of Southold Farm + Cellar to talk about his new wine venture. Meador can be a polarizing character on the East End. He’s got strong opinions and isn’t afraid to voice them in any number of forums.
These days, for those who want a cram course with all the information in one place, and also want to have a good time, there’s Wine Camp. And if you’ve already graduated Wine Camp, your “master’s degree” is next.
We all know how to make a BLT. We all have tips and tricks and favorite elements to enhance what is arguably one of the best and most simple sandwiches to eat in the late days of summer when tomatoes are ripe and fragrant.
Howard Lutnick, his wife Allison Lutnick and sister Edie Lutnick of the Cantor Fitzgerald Relief Fund are getting the penultimate weekend off to a good start on Friday afternoon by hosting their summer benefit at the “Love Shack” on the beach in Sagaponack.
A short while after moving to the North Fork, I discovered this kind of just-because surprise isn’t unique to Sang Lee Farms. For instance, if you arrive at Harbes too early for fresh cider donuts because the oil isn’t hot yet, at check out, you may find a bag of six waiting for you. They’ll be free because they were made yesterday, but they’ll be tasty all the same.
The Long Island wine community is mourning the passing of a regional pioneer and one of the industry’s true icons. Dr. Herodotus “Dan” Damianos, founder of Pindar and Duck Walk Vineyards, passed away on Monday at the age of 83 after a long illness.
As of March of this year, 34 rebuilt and sustainable fish stocks are thriving in American waters. This is evidenced by the return of humpback whales to the waters around New York City, where they’ve been seen “lunge feeding” on ample schools of fish.