Your once-in-a-lifetime chance to make matzoh stuffing has finally arrived.
The American Farmland Trust and Cornell Cooperative Extension aim to eliminate financial risk for innovative farmers while improving water quality for Suffolk County residents.
Calling all soup-lovers! The Peconic Land Trust and Amagansett Farmers Market are teaming up for an evening of soup, wine, and music: it’s Souper Tuesday.
In a field dominated mostly by men, Tabbethia Haubold-Magee is a pioneer in fibered animal care. Her 17-acre farm in Yaphank is a hub of education, community, and grassroots focus.
This August, Guild Hall will bring three culinary celebrities to town.
Bren Smith, the owner of Thimble Island Oysters, uses 3-D ocean farming to combat climate change, restore the ecosystem, and create “blue-green jobs” for fisherman.
A culinary tour of the East End through the eyes of a hungry college student
From cured meats to weird grapes, these projects are sure to yield some tasty, unique products. That’s all thanks to the money they raised through the nonprofit website Kickstarter.
The Edible School Garden Group and Slow Food East End are joining forces with Jamie Oliver’s East End Ambassador Frank Trentacoste to sponsor a Food Revolution Day.
The new chef at the Riverhead Project has worked at Bouchon Bakery in Manhattan and South Edison in Montauk; most recently he assisted chef Zak Pelaccio at his new restaurant Fish & Game in Hudson, New York.