11/17/19 8:30pm

Some of the ingredients used in Jonathan and Carly Copeland’s pho dish. (Credit: David Benthal)

The symbolic Thanksgiving bird brings back childhood memories of gathering around the table and donning fall versions of holiday wear with extended family. The day often includes games of football outside while the heads of household work in the kitchen. Food is piled high on the table, celebrating the season’s bounty. Gen Xers and older millennials may even consider Adam Sandler’s “Thanksgiving Song” as a holiday classic to be played. It does, after all, pay homage to the star of the show: turkey.

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11/09/19 6:00am

Caramel apple walnut pie from Bayview Farms & Market in Aquebogue

The season for pie is upon us and we at northforker couldn’t be more excited.

Whether it’s your favorite North Fork souvenir to take home or your go-to hostess gift, you can never go wrong with picking up a pie from one of your favorite farm stands. READ

11/06/19 1:56am

Southold pastry chef Claudia Fleming’s book ‘The Last Course’ is being rereleased much to the delight of readers on the North Fork and beyond. (Photo courtesy of North Fork Table and Inn)

For years, Claudia Fleming has been the gold standard when it comes to creating high-end desserts and pastries, and she has the accolades to prove it.

A James Beard-Award winner, she was, for years, the pastry chef at the iconic Gramercy Tavern in New York City, before moving to the North Fork in 2006 to open the acclaimed North Fork Table and Inn with her late husband, chef Gerry Hayden.

It’s why her book, “The Last Course,” was such a big hit when it was released in 2001. The intended aim was to make the delicious and exquisite creations she put together at Gramercy Tavern accessible for the home cook.  (more…)