Did you know you can forage for cranberries in Montauk? Here’s where to go and what to do once you get there.
And we have the “wild” recipes from 18 Bay and PawPaw to prove it!
Elly Truesdell’s position is a dream job for anyone who’s food obsessed.
Forage now to combat that winter cough later.
You may not know it, but you could be parking your car on a superfood.
My daughter and I collected enough fruit to make the most delicious jam and gelato, and still had plenty left over to sprinkle on granola for breakfast.
The village’s celebration starts of with a locally sourced and foraged dinner at First and South. It begins promptly at 7 p.m. and has six courses. For a wine pairing dinner the cost is $85; all the wines are local. A Greenport Harbor beer-paired dinner is $70.Dinner only is $60.
Have you tried this native fruit that ripens in August?
With wild comestibles popping up all over, our current issue includes two impassioned pieces about the pleasures and pain of foraging foods on the East End.
Sometimes what you can eat is right under your feet.
Editor’s note: It’s early August, which means tomato season is peaking (the Tomato Lady in Sag Harbor just opened this week). But, for those Peconic foragers among us, it’s also time to harvest sumac, the native tree whose red-berried cones are reaching their zenith of flavor.
Summer may be over for some, but not for the conscientious forager with a freezer full of this year’s abundance of wineberries and wild blackberries.