You grow, girls.
Experiencing food at the Musnicki-Ellis dinner table.
“If you drive a car and pass a farm stand,” said Neil Young, “you stop and make a purchase.” Can we get an amen?
Spoiler Alert: A lot of work goes into our region’s delicious but fleeting tomato season.
What do farmers do during the off-season? We’re glad you asked.
Before fall officially began, young farmer Lily reflected on summer’s end. Let’s travel back with her to before the Autumnal Equinox.
Politicians made tour of East End farms and met with farmers during campaign season.
One of the enduring pleasures of chronicling food and drink people is glimpsing their passion.
“As far back as anyone can remember there were always farmer-fishermen in Sagaponack.”
The Peconic Land Trust’s Ag Center is once again the kick-off point for the North Fork Foodie Tour. Hosted by the North Fork Reform…
The Slowest Food on the East End.
If you haven’t had the chance to see the award-winning short about East End farmers, the Quogue Library will be showing it for free on Sunday, January 20 at 2 p.m.