A slice of Brooklyn has arrived in Greenport.
Farmers, say the AFT, “are the original solar energy generators. They’ve figured out where all the sunlight is, and where the flat land is, and those [specifics] are really attractive for solar.”
Make sure you save room for the last course.
All the fixings, none of the fuss.
Meet your new favorite place to slurp and sip in Stirling Square.
Spoiler Alert: They’re against it.
Montreal is so European—and so close.
This Thanksgiving, leave the heavy lifting to the professionals.
On November 9, ‘íCAROS’ at the Watermill Center will bring together local innovators, producers, growers, and lovers of art, “paying homage to the rich traditions, artistic heritage, and food culture of Long Island’s East End.”
Chef Matty Boudreau joins the team at Green Hill Kitchen.
This year and always, we’re thankful for our local poultry farms.
Feast on farm fresh fare at this East Hampton favorite.