The Cookroom serves home-cooked meals on Route 25.
“Many of these children will come from farming families. Others may have the interest themselves,” says Leff.
This year’s Hamptons International Film Festival will screen a documentary about, by and for residents of the East End who value preserving land and ensuring there will be farmers to till it. On Sunday, October 7, as the HIFF celebrates 20 years, Growing Farmers, a documentary short, will debut.
A chef tracks his journey from the Loire Valley, through Gotham kitchens to the middle of Long Island.
On the back of a Bay Shore school nutrition director, a farm-to-cafeteria dream comes true.
For nearly 15 years, Janet Sklar, a nutritionist with the Bay Shore Union Free School District, has been working to get locally grown produce…
… the initiative set out to double and triple the number of these mobile carts and push them into specific low-income locations in outer boroughs of the city where fresh produce options are scarce.
Stony Brook University’s new on-campus eatery redefines cafeteria fare for students, faculty and food enthusiasts alike.
The Hamptons International Film Festival helps launch an activist documentary. By Courtney MacGinley • photograph by doug young Seated among a crowd of 50…
An Oyster Bay boutique offers Long Islanders a place to shop and buy local. By Courtney MacGinley • photographs by doug young Nestled in…