Stop thinking of salads as something at the start of your meal. Done the right way, using fresh local produce, a salad is a meal. (Credit: David Benthal)
Once upon a time, main-course salads were pretty much limited to chicken or seafood concoctions heavy on the mayo, or virtuous efforts composed of stodgy brown rice and not much else. These days, however, they are a great showcase for all sorts of interesting salad greens and other glories of the season, as well as staple ingredients from around the globe. Main-course salads are also an opportunity to channel your inner forager, whether you’re on the prowl at a farm stand or sizing up the contents of your refrigerator or kitchen cabinets. (more…)
You can find some good riesling grown and made here on Long Island, but we are lucky to have one of the country’s premier riesling regions just a five- or six-hour drive northeast in the Finger Lakes. (more…)
Diners enjoy the North Fork Art Collective’s second Palette to Palate dinner at Bruce & Son in Greenport. (Credit: David Benthal)
It’s a rare dinner party where I get to indulge in my two favorite things: food and art (well, three if you count the wine, but that’s a bit of a given here on the North Fork, isn’t it?). That’s exactly what transpired at the recent Palette to Palate dinner, organized by Kara Hoblin, founder of the North Fork Art Collective and curator of the event. (more…)
North Fork foodies will want to save the date for this culinary experience at The Halyard.
Chef Sue Torres of the former Sueños restuarant in Chelsea is bringing her signature brand of gourmet Mexican cuisine to the waterfront restaurant for a special five-course dinner pairing with mezcal. (more…)