Our latest craft brewer is using Shelter Island as home base and inspiration.
“I am of those who like to stay late at the cafe. With all those who do not want to go to bed. With all those who need a light for the night… Each night I am reluctant to close up because there may be someone who needs the café.”
— Ernest Hemingway, “A Clean, Well-Lighted Place”
When the wine barrels are past the prime of making their art, Pascal Zugmeyer, Z Wine Guy, makes the wine barrels into an art all their own.
At Wickham’s, the secret recipe came with the machine.
With a burgeoning wine region comes along some creative entrepreneurship. Michael Roche has the North Fork Wine Wagon.
An update on the Moriches Bay Project, a nonprofit which is cleaning up the bay with oysters.
Westhampton-based Michele Martuscello’s sea salt business is taking off and she’s ready to share.
Sang Lee’s Farm Camp for children returns for its second season to grow the next batch of East End farmers.
Koppert Cress, in partnership with Dutch culinary magazine Food Inspiration, gave away one hundred microgreen tasting packages with 3D glasses for a 4D guided tasting experience. And I got one 😉
Friday nights at Mustard Seed Farm have revitalized Center Moriches, the East End’s westernmost town.
On May 28, local top wineries joined with some of Brooklyn and Manhattan’s best eateries for Brooklyn Uncorked, a tasting event of epic proportions.
After 12,000 years of agriculture, Sang Lee Farms applies some new technology — drones — to this oldest of professions.