Came across this image from Johnathan Smith's Shinnecock Oyster Farm and was reminded that it's time to renew my shell fishing license. I'll be…
The mechanics and bycatch are just half the fun for an amateur.
Remember this guy? He wants your vote. And we quote:
Dock to Dish founder “keeps it reel” with his latest missive from the docks of Montauk.
Why not load the last LIRR train leaving Greenport for Penn Station each night with fresh East End produce for a brand new farmers…
For Kelly Ann Smith’s story on Albie Lester’s clam rake collection in our High Summer issue, photo editor Lindsay Morris visited his barn and came away with these beautiful portraits of a tool that has helped sustain local baymen for hundreds of years.
For a wrap-up, I asked panelists local species they’d like to see on more menus and dinner tables. Here are their picks for five unsung fish you should be eating. We predict they will soon become the next “it” fish in and around Gotham.
We got to shoot on the beach next to the Silver Sands Motel in Greenport, where Pipes Cove is based. It was a beautiful day, Berson is made for the camera and Aaron got to use nearly every toy in his bag, including a Go-Pro for an underwater shot.
Mike Osinski of Widow’s Hole Oyster Company, who writes the Mollusk Culture column for Edible East End, visits oyster farms. This past winter he and his family spent some time at a big one on the Norman coast of France, where the United States Army landed on their bloody path toward resolving WWII.
The Shinnecock Bay Restoration Program continues its effort to improve the bays health, enlisting local residents to, quite literally, change the tide.
In our Spring Issue, Meghan Harlow wrote about the Shinnecock Bay Restoration Program, an important push to revive the wildlife in the bays so essential to filtering the water. We heard from the program coordinator, Christine Santora, recently and she have some news about the upcoming year.
This is crazy. Grown men voluntarily submerging themselves in frigid water to harvest oysters. They must be good, and we got some great photos from Kevin Joseph of Blue Island Oyster Company of the dive. Enjoy.