What could be better than a ballet performance and the farm’s famous wood-fired pizza?
The new market is as beautiful as the friendship—and farm—that brought it to life.
The Wellness Foundation—and their friends at Amber Waves Farm—are offering kid-friendly cooking and nutrition classes you can’t miss.
Great news for the future of farming on the East End: Maggie de Cuevas recently sold the Amagansett Farmers Market and the surrounding 9.3 acres of farmland to Amber Waves Farm.
Watch Steve Haweeli interview the wheat bread connection of the East End with Carissa Waechter and Katie Baldwin.
Invest now to get fresh local produce and poultry all summer long.
Back home, Jodi made cucumber radish-avocado gazpacho. Using a blender, she combined olive oil, water, vinegar, salt, red pepper flakes, a few cracks of black pepper, avocado and cucumber. She then added shallots, garlic and radishes and blended again until smooth. See her blog for the full recipe.
Everyone needs a little inspiration at dinner time. I do the same thing with butternut squash every time I cook it: cube and roast with the skin on with just olive oil and kosher salt.
Processing birds leads us back to history and takes us to the future.
She is the only baker to mill her own flour from locally grown wheat on Long Island, effectively, separating the wheat from the chaff.
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.
A farm intern learns to love the interaction between soil and people.