The Sidor family has grown potatoes on the same Mattituck property for more than a century. In fact, the first crops were planted at the Oregon Road farm in 1910.
The Long Island Rail Road, meanwhile, has shipped potatoes from the North Fork since the mid-19th century.
So when it came time for the local Railroad Museum of Long Island to select a partner for its latest limited-edition toy boxcar, Martin Sidor Farms was a no-brainer.
The Dr. Oz Show has built a reputation for educating its audience on how to eat healthy.
On Thursday, the show aired a segment where a veteran food journalist visited Mattituck for a stop at North Fork Potato Chips. (more…)
Logan Elfine, 4, and his Mr. Potato Head creation. (Credit: Monique Singh-Roy)
From sweet potato salad and iced tea to mashed potato pie, one crop was king Sunday at the Second Annual Long Island Potato Festival, in Calverton. (more…)
Like yin and yang, salty and sweet foods complete each other. (more…)
MYLITV.com produced a four-minute video telling the story of North Fork Potato Chips and showing just how the chips are made. (more…)