September & Oysters ‘r’ in Season.
Kickoff Oyster pot pie.
Mike’s harvesting oysters, autumn is blustering from the north. Tomorrow will be our first delivery of the season to the city. Leftovers and oysters make for a season-opener oyster pot pie!
This recipe is for a 12″ skillet pie which … Continue reading
THE FARM – BEST HOME OF THE FAMILY – MAIN
SOURCE OF NATIONAL WEALTH – FOUNDATION OF
CIVILIZED SOCIETY – THE NATURAL PROVIDENCE
WHO – Construction of new dock into Peconic Bay-
Deep in the perfume of the sedge-meadows, Jason Stulsky stands in his skiff. Silhouetted against a winter sky, in the back of Southold’s Mill Creek, he bull-rakes clams. Jason has pulled ‘the stupid stick’ since he was legal age for a digger’s permit, 14. Nineteen years now, he has … Continue reading
Chef Tony Liu, Mirandi, & his family worked – enthusiastically cleaning 500k seed – 8 bins in the new upweller. They worked with intelligence and a lot of muscle!
We couldn’t have had a more enjoyable time with Tony & his delighful family.
Anita loves the fishing the Gut – Plum Gut.
One early summer weekend she fished with her friends and Mike. The “Famous Women Chef’s Fishing Trip”.
Captain Sloan, Blackrock, put them on the fish – striped bass & bluefish.
Anita Lo Likes to … Continue reading
During a heavy deluge this afternoon our new neighbor called and told us our old boat was sinking.
Mike Burden, from across the street, did a double-take on his way home. He donned his white boots and came over to help.
Stuart, the owner of the Greenport White’s Hardware, … Continue reading