On November 8, from 5 pm to 8 pm, the third annual “Save Our Seagrass” benefit will be held at the South Fork Natural…
Lucky 13 Oysters brings together childhood friends with a love of the bay.
A new venture in Southold features Italian grapes.
The Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County’s Marine Program is in the planning stages of launching an initiative to create a new kind of “green” farming on Long Island. The scientists have developed the technology to successfully farm different types of seaweed and will initially focus the project on the waters of the East End.
The iconic River Café is hosting a charity event reuniting its past chefs for a garden party tasting under the Brooklyn Bridge in honor of and to raise money for one of its own, chef Gerry Hayden of North Fork Table & Inn. Proceeds from the tasting event will go toward promoting research for ALS and to raise money for quality of life care for Hayden.
The 10th annual Great Chefs Dinner is just around the corner and tickets are still available. The list of celebrity chefs who have signed on to cook for the cause, which will raise money for the culinary and garden program as well as scholarships for students at Jeff’s Kitchen at the Hayground School, is nothing short of stellar.
This year marks the 10th anniversary of the first Great Chefs Dinner, a fund-raiser for Jeff’s Kitchen at Hayground School in Bridgehampton.
Save the date, August 3, for the Great Chefs Dinner, a fundraiser for student-collaborative kitchen and garden at Hayground School. Learn more about it with this interview with Toni Ross of Nick & Toni’s and one of the school’s founders.
Colorful, fragile and packed with potent flavor, microgreens have become a restaurant staple. What may surprise you is that many of these exotic herbs and flowers are grown right here on the North Fork at the Koppert Cress greenhouses.
Turning the fall ornament back into a winter staple. • Photographs by Randee Daddona