02/15/16 6:06am
Volunteer Nicole with mini-horse Red at the farm on Thursday afternoon. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)

A volunteer with mini-horse Red at North Shore Horse Rescue & Sanctuary. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)

North Shore Horse Rescue will honor the owners of Manorville’s Long Island Game Farm at its second annual Phoenix Award Gala on Friday, March 4 at Giorgio’s in Baiting Hollow.

Tickets for the event, which benefits the Baiting Hollow horse rescue operation, are now available.

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11/24/15 7:00am
Fred Terry serves up potato candy. (Credit: Monique Singh-Roy)

Fred Terry serves up potato candy. (Credit: Monique Singh-Roy)

When it comes to food, everybody knows the North Fork for its organically grown produce, natural baked goods and fresh-caught seafood.

But other North Fork culinary traditions create a heritage that links to the past through recipes and dishes adapted from the Old World.

One of those is potato candy, which was a holiday favorite in Fred Terry’s childhood home. Terry, who owns The Lobster Roll Northside in Baiting Hollow and the Lobster Roll in Amagansett, was born and raised on the North Fork and is descended from one of its oldest families. (more…)

10/18/15 11:32am
Volunteer Nicole with mini-horse Red at the farm on Thursday afternoon. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)

Volunteer Nicole with mini-horse Red at the farm on Thursday afternoon. (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)

Many of the animals living at North Shore Horse Rescue and Sanctuary in Baiting Hollow have been saved from lives of neglect and abuse, but it might be the volunteers and visitors there who are the ones really being rescued. (more…)

09/25/15 6:31am

Owner Fred Terry is selling Lobster Roll Northside (Credit: Monique Singh-Roy)

At age 71, the announced sale of a restaurant might signal retirement for many, but slowing down is not on Fred Terry’s agenda.

After 16 years owning the Lobster Roll Northside in Baiting Hollow, and more than 50 years in the restaurant business, Terry is simply shifting his focus a bit.

“Frankly the whole full service restaurant idea was becoming a bit cumbersome, unless you have a big extended family,” Terry said. “Now I have a big extended family, but they all have different careers.” (more…)