Summer is a good time for foodies, not only because of the abundance of fresh vegetables and seafood, but also because, like regular folk, top chefs enjoy a chance to visit the South Fork and ply their trade for a good cause....
Some of the descendants of the earliest European settlers, many of whom have been farmers for generations, are at the forefront of the resurrection of farming on the South Fork.
Firkins, noggins, spiders, and piggens. These are a few of the curious names for the mysterious objects now on display at the East Hampton Historical Society’s Clinton Academy Museum.