Rosamond Baiz wasn’t particularly sure what she wanted to do with her life as a young bride in 1984, the year she and her husband, Chris, moved to his family’s old farm on the North Fork. She certainly didn’t know that she wanted to be a thoughtful, talented winemaker and land steward.
Ah, springtime! Warmer winds carrying the aroma of flowering lilacs and a songbird’s melody awaken my nostalgia—Italian Easter delicacies come to mind.
What’s in season in April and May, you ask? Here’s a list.
From raviolis to dumplings and turnovers, every culture has found a way to wrap deliciousness in dough.
At first glance, La Brisa de Tacombi seems like a simple taqueria. Take a seat at one of the picnic tables for breakfast, lunch or dinner and you begin to notice, there’s a lot more than meets the eye.
Colorful, fragile and packed with potent flavor, microgreens have become a restaurant staple. What may surprise you is that many of these exotic herbs and flowers are grown right here on the North Fork at the Koppert Cress greenhouses.
Rolling in Dough pizzas are gourmet treats, with caramelized onion, fennel sausage, grilled artichoke, bacon, figs, goat cheese, prosciutto, buffalo mozzarella, heirloom tomatoes, olives and more, set atop a lightly charred, thin crust, all scented with a hint of wood smoke.