Photo Caption: Scoops of raw cookie dough are now being sold at Snowflake Ice Cream Shoppe in Riverhead. (Credit: Snowflake Ice Cream Shoppe’s Facebook)
For those of who can’t help stealing a few spoonfuls of raw cookie dough while making a batch of chocolate chip cookies, Snowflake Ice Cream Shoppe in Riverhead has got a new product for you.
The longtime establishment announced on its Facebook page Wednesday that beginning March 23, they would be serving edible chocolate chunk cookie dough. Made without eggs, the new offering follows a recent trend where shops — such as DO in New York City, which opened in January — began selling cookie dough in scoops, just like ice cream is served. (more…)
The former Orient home of Daniel Terry Latham was built on Main Road house using materials brought over from New London. Conn. When his relative Emma Latham married Oscar Beebe in 1899, he gave the house to them. (more…)
Artist Kara Hoblin (from left), Poetry at Poquatuck organizer Yvonne Lieblein and poet Vivian Eyre hold up Hoblin’s painting “Whale,” which was presented at last year’s event. (Credit: Monique Singh-Roy)
For the 11th year, local artists and poets will team up to raise money for the historic Poquatuck Hall in Orient.
2805 Stanley Road, Mattituck is on the market for $1.25 million. (Credit: Douglas Elliman)
With six bedrooms this Mattituck house is perfect for a large family or perhaps for hosting a giant slumber party.
The home, located on Stanley Road, has an en suite master bedroom that takes up the entire left side of the building. That room comes with a large walk-in closet and bathroom and is located on the first floor. The remaining five bedrooms are on the second floor of the 5,000-square-foot house.(more…)
Lisa Kaytis-Liberatore inside the new Scoops and Grinds. (Credit: Nicole Smith)
After a two-year hiatus, a Cutchogue staple has returned with a new name.
Scoops & Grinds, formerly Scoops Ice Cream, is up and running at its new Main Road location next to Braun Seafood. Along with a new name, the shop has increased offerings, including coffee and specialty drinks, made-to-order cakes and baked goods prepared by owner Lisa Kaytis-Liberatore.
“I love to bake and I love watching the response of someone eating something I baked,” said the self-taught Southold baker. “It makes me happy when I can make people happy.” (more…)