What does one do with sumac in the kitchen? We’re glad you asked.
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Have you tried this native fruit that ripens in August?
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.