My name is Miriam Foster. I’m the proprietor of the Orient Country Store here on Village Lane in Orient. READ
In decades gone by, the North Fork was a quiet, rural area, where farmers grew potatoes and other crops for the market. The farmer’s wife would often set up a small stand in front of the house to sell vegetables. It is pretty amazing how the little farm stand has evolved since that time.
A tasty couple of days are planned for McCall Wines in Cutchogue this weekend, when the winery hosts its last Burger Night of 2017 Friday and then welcomes Grace & Grit for a BBQ residency beginning Saturday. READ
The North Fork features an abundance of restaurants touting salads made with local greens, sandwiches topped with just-picked tomatoes and dishes made with the freshest catch from Peconic Bay. Much harder to find, however, is jerk chicken, curried goat or oxtail on the menu. (more…)
Bottomless oysters are one way to make a happy hour (or two).
Peter Stein, who owns an oyster farm in Little Peconic Bay, is now offering two-hour sunset tours and tastings aboard his oyster barge “La Perla.” And the best part? Fresh, all-you-can-eat oysters. (more…)