Since 2017, Carly and Jonathan Copeland have been operating the food truck at 8 Hands Farm in Cutchogue, providing a unique “farm to food truck” experience North Fork foodies have come to love. (more…)
Ever meet a staffer who greets you with a smile at a local restaurant or bar and say, “I wish I got to know more about that person.” (more…)
The school year has started. Harvest is just around the corner. Tumbleweed Tuesday is behind us — but let’s not forget that summer isn’t truly over. Not yet. (more…)
Even after spending a full day at Braun Seafood Co., general manager Keith Reda’s work isn’t always done.
Every Tuesday just before midnight, he heads back to company headquarters in Cutchogue, starts up the large refrigerated truck and makes his way to the New Fulton Fish Market at Hunts Point, arriving long before rush hour. (more…)
The weather has cooled substantially the past few days, but it’s been a typically hot, humid summer here on Long Island. It’s the kind of summer when liquid refreshment is important — preferably something under $20, with fresh flavors and food-friendly acidity. (more…)
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This home in Nassau Point is a dream home for someone looking for that picture perfect summer getaway.
The four bedroom, three bathroom home sits on Wunneweta Pond, lending itself to fishing, paddleboarding, kayaking and enjoying water views from its 90-foot dock. (more…)
Laura Klahre lights up when she talks about the power of pollinators. The Southold beekeeper and owner of Blossom Meadow Farm is a leader on the subject and even hosted a TED Talk on increasing food production by using native pollinators, which has been viewed more than 2,000 times on YouTube.
She often shares her insights with vineyard goers at her Cutchogue tasting room, Coffee Pot Cellars, which she co-owns with husband and award-wining winemaker Adam Suprenant. Time after time, Klahre notes that, “So many people care when they are informed. It is heartwarming.” (more…)