The Uptown Girl played the part of the upper fork woman today.
Supermodel Christie Brinkley, who lives in Sag Harbor and is frequently spotted around the South Fork, stopped in at Paumanok Vineyards in Aquebogue for a taste of some white wines and also visited nearby Long Season Farms for some wood-roasted corn. (more…)
17-year old Raven Janoski of Laurel with her masterpiece (Credit: Barbaraellen Koch)
As the 2015 summer season began on the North Fork, Long Season Farms co-owner Laurie Cirillo was looking for a way to compete with larger farmstands who have huge vegetable displays and attractions.
So instead of expanding the size of her operation, Cirillo enlisted the help of her part-time worker and Laurel resident Raven Janoski, 17, who has a great interest and aptitude for art. Raven, a Mattituck High School senior, came up with the idea for a giant postcard with a “folk art rendition and a Long Island feeling,” referencing landmarks from all around the North Fork and making them her own. (more…)
An heirloom tomato grown at Long Season Farms in Aquebogue. The farm offers non-certified organic produce. (Credit: David Benthal)
Whether they are feeding a young family or cooking for themselves, more and more wellness-conscious people are opting for non-genetically modified fruits and veggies that were grown without synthetic pesticides. (more…)
Mattituck farmer Ken Jurow is deep into his second season at Long Season Farms growing organic heirloom tomatoes in plastic greenhouses as well as other vegetables in raised beds on land he leases in Aquebogue on Main Road. (more…)