Some bay scallops in the freezer remind our writer of a truly distinctive dish.
Where There’s Smoke There’s Competition: the 2014 Shelter Island Whole Hog Invitational.
Rosamond Baiz wasn’t particularly sure what she wanted to do with her life as a young bride in 1984, the year she and her husband, Chris, moved to his family’s old farm on the North Fork. She certainly didn’t know that she wanted to be a thoughtful, talented winemaker and land steward.
New York isn’t just cool – it’s cool climate, making it a great spot for stupendous sparkling wine. Here are a few favorites.
If you asked Jim Waters, he’d never agree that he can spin a silk purse from a sow’s ear; what he might say is that the collective efforts of good, hardworking vineyard managers and winemakers make for many happy surprises in the sometimes nail-biter vintages of eastern Long Island.
Every single summer of my adult life thus far I plant as many pots of basil as I can possibly support on my patch of NYC land. And then… I don’t pick it. Or much of it.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced what we hope will be a good step forward for connecting New York seniors and local farmers state-wide — a $1.8 million initiative to get low-income senior citizens to farmers markets.
Good Beer, now in its fifth incarnation of summer sipping, is back at 82 Mercer on July 31 pouring dozens of tappy treats.
With Brooklyn Uncorked mere days away (woo hoo!), I’m finding myself unendingly thirsty for local grapes.
It’s time for one of my all-time favorite wine events of the year, Brooklyn Uncorked – a sipping and swirling smorgasbord of Long Island’s fab vinified offerings. But this year in particular is pretty special because it marks a moment in Long Island wine country history – the 40th Anniversary. A glass raised to that.
Cooking from the ever-shifting source on Shelter Island.
Family dinner with the Mattituck couple that makes New Yorkers swoon for seasonal seafood.