Thanks to Peapod, we’re spending less time in the grocery store this season—and more time drinking cider, picking pumpkins, and cooking great autumnal food.
“If you drive a car and pass a farm stand,” said Neil Young, “you stop and make a purchase.” Can we get an amen?
What happens when Matchbook Distilling Company meets Meg Huylo? Magic.
All farmers are badass—but it takes a special kind of strength to endure farming’s physical and mental challenges while pregnant. Just ask farmer Melissa Mapes Miller.
Follow in the food-loving footsteps of beloved Hamptons’ realtor Tim Davis.
If there’s one thing we hope this issue will reveal to you, it’s this: Don’t be dismayed by the news. Food and drink are still bringing people together. Beauty still abounds.
You’ve been slurping local oysters and sipping rosé all summer. Now, do it for a good cause.
Don’t miss keynote speakers Pati Jinich and Colin Ambrose, as the conference tackles the timely theme of “Eat Global . . . Cook Local.”
If farmhand Katie Doe Putkowski were to describe the sense of pride that growing food gives her personally, only one word comes to mind: Humility.
The tasting event of the summer returns to Bridgehampton on Friday, August 10.
Why does Layton Guenther love farming? Because it gives them the opportunity to use their body and mind towards the service and sustenance of others.
James Beard Foundation’s annual East End blow-out, ‘Chefs & Champagne’, will return to Wölffer Estate Vineyard on Saturday, July 28.