OK, it’s time for the rain to end. It is December after all. Let it snow! (Don’t give me that look!)
Riverhead Central School District deserves congratulations! It raised $5,000 for the Special Olympics at its Polar Plunge event at Cedar Beach in Mount Sinai Nov. 22. We are very proud of all of you for representing the district. Awesome job! (more…)
Brr! I love snow but not like in Buffalo! Dr. Vic and his wife, Jen, have family that lives there. As of Nov. 20, they could not exit their homes. I cannot imagine over six feet of snow! I wouldn’t wish that on anyone. (more…)
I hope all is well with everyone as we venture into mid-November and await “Turkey Day.” Since it’s been relatively warm lately there are still lots of fresh veggies at the farm stands. Keep that in mind when planning your Thanksgiving. (more…)
What a beautiful weekend! I hope you were able to get outside and enjoy it. It just doesn’t feel quite like pumpkin season yet. (more…)
Summer is not over! There are still a few more “official” weeks left; you just need to get out and enjoy it. Get going; the beach isn’t going anywhere. (more…)
Chicken will be grilled up Aug. 2 at Baiting Hollow Congregational Church. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder, file)
I hope all’s well with everyone as we enjoy this rather cool summer. I love it!
Baiting Hollow Congregational Church’s annual chicken barbecue will take place Saturday, Aug. 2. If you’ve never gone, you should. Chicken with all the trimmings will make you content. Takeout will be available. The rain date is Aug. 3 but hopefully that won’t be needed. Enjoy! (more…)
What a great weekend. Despite the rain on July 4, which we needed, it was awesome! Local sweet corn is here, along with raspberries and blueberries. Lots of good stuff, with more to come. (more…)
Local strawberries from last May. (Credit: Katharine Schroeder, file)
Happy summer! May it go very, very slow and be a nice, balmy 80 degrees or so.
If you didn’t get any strawberries yet you may still have a few days, but beware, they’re almost gone. As one tasty fruit leaves, something else takes its place. Peas, zucchini and squash have arrived and on the near horizon will be sweet corn. (more…)