The warm bread pudding at Goodfood. is a treat on winter days. (Credit: Cyndi Zaweski)
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The warm bread pudding at Goodfood. in Mattituck can best be described as comfort by the spoonful.
The specialty food store and café is a go-to spot for healthy meals made with fresh, local and organic ingredients — but the rich desserts owner Luchi Masliah whips up are worth the indulgence, especially on dreary winter days when we could all use a little extra pep in our step. (more…)
Northforker staffers Grant Parpan, Michelina Da Fonte and Cerria Torres share their 10 favorite places to eat on the North Fork right now.
The Northforker Podcast tackles a different North Fork lifestyle topic each week. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts to hear each episode as soon as it’s published.
This week’s episode was sponsored by Long Island Winterfest, don’t forget to get your tickets to the hottest Winter party on the East End, the 12th Annual Kick Off Party, Friday Feb. 22 at Hotel Indigo.
This inviting four-bedroom, three-bathroom estate in Cutchogue is the ultimate North Fork summer escape. Nestled in a desirable neighborhood that is close to the beach and the downtown area, it has ample space for indoor and outdoor entertaining. (more…)
The enclosed rink at Cantiague Park. (Credit: The office of Nassau County Executive Laura Curran)
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In search of something fun to do with the family this winter recess but don’t want to travel far? For our readers in Nassau County, that could mean staying close to home.
There is a wide range of activities to take advantage of while the kids are off from school this week, and the county is encouraging its residents to take advantage of those opportunities. From ice skating and swimming, to bird walks, face painting and films, the county’s public parks, museums and cultural institutions are brimming with entertainment.
Here is a handy lineup of activities to put on your winter break agenda. (more…)