Josh Levine was a young farmer who loved his work on the East End. In the past four years, the foundation has raised funds to benefit the Summer Search Program, the Nutritious Delicious School Cookbook, and the Slow Food East End Chapter Farm Intern program, among other projects.
One of this winter’s greatest success stories has been the Riverhead Farmers Market. Packed to the gills every Saturday in the old Swezey’s space on Main Street, the market has drawn shoppers from the East End to western Suffolk. Not long ago, farmers markets in the summer were hard to come by, now we have […]
Lauri Spitz, the lady of the brewery, has become the face of a new generation of women in the craft beer business.
Feeling uninspired in your Easter Egg dyeing? Consider what this Springs resident does. You will not believe the last two egg images.
It takes a sour woman to make a good pickle—or so writes Michael Chabon in his novel, The Yiddish Policemen’s Union, clearly oblivious to the pleasures of Horman’s Best Pickles and the not-at-all-sour young man behind them. Of course, our own Jeanne Hodesh is better informed, having spoken with Nicholas Horman himself back in the summer of 2009.
To protect place names, in 2005 the Joint Declaration to Protect Wine Place Names & Origin was signed in Napa Valley. Since then 19 regions have signed the declaration including Long Island, which joined in 2010.
Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard, which was profiled in our winter 2010 issue, has progressed in its mission to not only make good wine, but to provide a haven for rescued horses. To help itself out, the winery has released three blends; 100 percent of the profits from their sales goes to fund the horse rescue.