In Edible Long Island’s premiere issue, Summer 2013, we included a story about the farmers markets on Long Island with what we considered a complete list. A message from Ethel Terry, who has a hand in a good number of these markets let us know that some have since closed or changed their opening days.
Calling all soup-lovers! The Peconic Land Trust and Amagansett Farmers Market are teaming up for an evening of soup, wine, and music: it’s Souper Tuesday.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced what we hope will be a good step forward for connecting New York seniors and local farmers state-wide — a $1.8 million initiative to get low-income senior citizens to farmers markets.
Edible Long Island writer Cristina Cosentino has a great article in the first issue of the magazine (available in all e-formats) that talks of the history of farmers on Long Island and how farmers markets are making a comeback with the help of governments, civic associations and the dogged energy of dedicated residents.
Grown on Long Island Day, a countywide farmers market, will be held at the Suffolk County Farm and Education Center on Friday, August 9 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Farmstands across the East End hit their stride by early July, when the year’s widest variety of fruits and vegetables reach their prime.
Chef Gerry Hayden is starting a boutique market behind the North Fork Table & Inn in Southold on Fridays from 8 to 11 a.m. featuring the produce of the farms that Hayden uses for his menus.
Summer is indeed here, even if the weather doesn’t feel like it. But we all feel like easting and taking part in the food community. Here’s some ideas to keep you busy this weekend.
The Shelter Island Farmers Market is an open air market on the beautiful historic grounds of the 1743 James Havens Homestead. The market will feature produce from local farms as well as eggs, honey, jams, baked goods and other edible celebrations of our local landscape, and seascape!
One of Slow Food East End’s big initiatives this year is promoting and supporting access to good, clean, fair food. Our support of the Flanders Farm Fresh Market will help bring access to fresh produce and goods to a community-wide food dessert.
If you want an intro to apiary from someone as sweet as honey, this is the thing for you.
The Greenport Farmers Market’s yearly fundraiser is this Saturday and tickets are going fast. The event will take place at the Greenport Harbor Brewing Company with an array of food from local restaurants and purveyors as well as local wine and of course Greenport Harbor beer.