Braving the cold to usher in a new growing season. • Photographs by Randee Daddona
• Illustrations by Chloe Hoeg
Our top stories of 2014 tell us that what we’re doing is what our readers want: stories about the personalities of our local food makers and where to find the best places to enjoy the fruits of their labors.
Brooklyn Brewery is releasing a new beer! Snacks for all! Fun and fortune! All for $5! Reserve a space now.
East by Northeast in Montauk will have two seatings: from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. a three-course dinner for $45 including a glass of wine; starting at 8:30 p.m. a party with cocktail hour, a buffet and house wines and beers will cost you $95. The bar and live music is open to the public all night.
The restaurant boom on the North Fork continues with some worthy additions. I have a favorite at each one.
A homebrewer’s winning recipe gets the full commercial treatment at Port Jeff Brewing Company.
It’s not too late to change your Christmas dinner plans. A roast pork fills the house with a one of a kind aroma.
Every Sunday, “driven by what comes out of the ground,” Sybille Van Kempen and chef Arie Pavlou collaborate on the week’s menu. Every Monday, the menu is e-mailed to customers who sign up on their website.
Forget applesauce, put the apples in the pancakes and add spices to complement the season. • Photographs by Lindsay Morris
Potatoes and a recipe from a preschool in Southold that emphasizes the land and the seasons. • Photographs by Lindsay Morris
Gluten-free latkes get their zing from fresh ginger and flavor from sweet potatoes. • Photographs by Lindsay Morris