A few weeks ago, when East Moriches jam-maker and writer Joan Bernstein told me what Mark Twain once said about cauliflower, I remembered how fun wintertime locavorism can be.
The holidays are a great time to look close by for presents. Local wineries, markets, farms and nonprofits will gladly make up gift baskets and gift certificates. Think about donating open space in someone’s name.
Amagansett Food Institute has partnered with Long Island Cares, the island’s biggest food bank and a leader in the fight against hunger.
Rich Vandenburgh of Greenport Harbor Brewing Company wants to spur a generation of truly local beer on Long Island.
In the cold, snowy winter, it’s easy to see which plants are evergreens—they’re still green!
“As far back as anyone can remember there were always farmer-fishermen in Sagaponack.”
In which the author tries to make concrete from oyster shells.
Reinventing a historical category of wine.
Fit to be fortified.
It’s got a stem, looks smart and tastes better.
Long Island’s largest roaster blazes new ground with a café at Stony Brook University and a new pour-over bar.
Turning the fall ornament back into a winter staple. • Photographs by Randee Daddona