Becoming a Member of East End Food Institute means joining a community of growers, producers, and consumers working to cultivate a more sustainable and equitable food system on the East End of Long Island. Learn more about our membership levels here. If you have questions, please call us at (631) 632-5129 or email email@example.com.
Mecox Bay Dairy in Water Mill, NY, the South Fork's only dairy farm, is owned and operated by fourth generation farmers who once grew potatoes but began artisanal cheese production in 2001. The cheeses are made from the milk of Jersey Cows and are aged at least 61 days. They are available at local farmers markets and retail shops.
WJF Farms is a boutique 12-acre farm located on the North Fork. They are a NOFA-NY certified operation and produce a variety of organic vegetables as well as participating in the NY State Hemp growers pilot program. In addition to vegetable production, they raise chickens and ducks and are soon to embark on beekeeping operations. This year they are planning to produce a variety of baked and jarred goods with the vegetables produced on the farm and utilizing other organic products. People associate the farm with the iconic Oregon Road Organics 1947 Chevy farm stand truck. Look for them on face book and Instagram at Oregonroadorganics.
The Hoppy Acre is a small farm located in Amagansett, NY. They focus on growing hops for beer and hot peppers for their Springs Fireplace hot sauce and salsa. You can find Springs Fireplace products for sale online and at markets in East Hampton and Amagansett. The Hoppy Acre hops are available for sale at Bitters & Esters, a home brew shop in Brooklyn, NY. They are currently in the process of being certified organic.
Laurie is a private chef “Cooking up Food for Foodies” on the east end of Long Island.You can find some of her culinary eats at the local farm stands. Babinski’s in wainscott, Iacono’s Chicken Farm and Share the Harvest in East Hampton as well as Vicki’s Veggies in Amagansett. She’ll be producing some of her secret sauces this season so watch for those. Peace~Love~Foodies. Follow us on Instagram.
Maryhaven started a hydroponic vegetable growing venture to provide job opportunities for individuals with disabilities. Individuals will grow fresh vegetables in our Yaphank facility, utilizing the latest in sustainable hydroponic farming techniques. We use specially designed hydroponic garden towers, which allow our Maryhaven growing technicians, to grow crops indoors, under grow lights and without soil. Towers are planted on a rotational basis to allow a weekly harvest. All crops are 100% organic and free of harmful pesticides. Growing healthy food, creating community employment with sustainable vegetable farming is our goal. Follow us on Facebook.
Amanda Merrow and Katie Baldwin founded Amber Waves Farm in 2009. They now grow 250 varieties of organic fruits and vegetables, maintain a flock of 100 laying hens, and have revived the cultivation of organic wheat on the East End. They have also made education a central part of their mission and work with local schools to introduce children to the basics of farming. Amber Waves Farm offers a CSA membership and sells its products at local farmers markets.
Lazy Point Farms is a project of the Moore Family Charitable Foundation, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to help advance the kelp industry on Long Island through research and development of cultivation, grow-out and processing methods. We provide equipment, supplies and community education for aspiring kelp farmers and existing shellfish farmers and hatcheries who wish to grow it to improve local water quality or as food. As a crop, kelp can provide a reliable additional income for farmers who have existing aquaculture farms; no fresh water, fertilizer, or arable land is needed for growth. Kelp is a remarkable water filter; it promotes biodiversity by attracting marine life where it grows; it can protect shorelines, and it is a powerful force in lowering carbon dioxide in our atmosphere and nitrogen in our water. It can also be used as soil amendment and as a natural alternative to synthetic fertilizer. As a food, kelp is a rich source of omega-3s, fiber, and other nutrients. The benefits of growing and eating kelp have innumerable benefits to our planet, health, and local economy and ecosystem. For more information, contact Wendy Moore at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deep Roots is a small, highly diversified farm raising livestock, fruits, vegetables, herbs and flowers using sustainably minded practices. This will be their 9th season. They spent 2020 experimenting with no till/reduced tillage practices and we will be transitioning the majority of our farm to permanent/ no till beds this upcoming season.
The Gut Goodness offers a range of delicious Buckwheat-based products with the least amount of ingredients possible for an easier digestion. Try our breads, crackers, granola, and cashew spread to experience the difference in your taste buds and tummy.
Red Barn Farm, owned by Donna and Ashley Yakaboski, is a five acre hidden gem, nestled in Baiting Hollow, NY. The farm offers something a little different on the North Fork, where they focus on connecting the community with their animals and nature. Red Barn Farm offers guided tours and different workshops, where guests will leave feeling relaxed and at ease. Follow us on Instagram.
Sylvester Manor Educational Farm, on Shelter Island, NY, has embarked on a new era as a nonprofit organic farm, historic plantation and vibrant arts and education center, with programs open to all. The farm grows a wide variety of fruits, vegetables and flowers that are available at our Farmstand and through CSA memberships. Our mission is to preserve, cultivate and share the history of Sylvester Manor to ensure that food and art remain connected to the community and the land.
Here at HandCrafted By Hedges we turn our hard work into everyday comforts. Founded with the goal of harnessing a passion and sharing all that makes it good with the world. Supplied by our own farmstead and animals located on Long Island. We sell handmade goods such as goat milk soap, self-care products, woodworking furniture and home goods.
Really Good® fruit spreads are made with approximately 40% less sugar than jams and preserves. We have 23 flavors that are also gluten free. Visit the website for product details and Nutrition Facts. Our facility is located in Cutchogue. We wholesale to farm stands, wineries and food stores on Long Island. You can also purchase our fruit spreads online and at various craft shows and markets throughout the year. We offer free shipping for online orders of six jars to CT, MA, NJ, NY, RI, DC.
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Panoram Asados is a full-service caterer of premium Argentine Asado Experiences, owned and operated by native Argentine and wine importer, Mariano Cebrián. An "asado" is the most popular social gathering in Argentina centered around slowing down and reconnecting with those around you while enjoying Argentine grilled delicacies cooked onsite and hot off the grill. It's a celebration of seared meats, Argentine wine, community and culture. Panoram Asados brings this ancestral Argentine experience to your backyard or event space.
The Argentine Asado Experience is great for private events, home entertaining, corporate dinners or any kind of celebration.
The Art of Bonsai is a unique artistic medium that executes life in a living art form, embodied in a small sustainable design. What started as a hobby was soon a small business. The challenges and commitment to the trees inspired us to view our relationship with nature and each other. Our love grew stronger as our collection got bigger, and “Under The Tiny Tree” was born. Each tree is an art-form that cannot be duplicated. Our trees are meticulously designed and cared for. We thank you for your support and we hope it brings you the same joy, peace and wellbeing it has brought us. Follow us on Instagram.
Sen Restaurant is a Sag Harbor main stay destination for fine Japanese cuisine. Our focus is on the food, where it comes from, how it’s prepared, and what it means to our guests. Sen has been open for 28+ years, and many know it is a busy place to go during the summer months but take advantage of the off season and take part in our Chef's Dinners throughout the fall, winter and spring. They highlight their products by bringing in the farmers, makers, distillers that create these beautiful items and you will learn as you enjoy a fantastic meal.
Latham Farms is a multi-generational farm located in the hamlet of Orient Point. Our ancestors have farmed the same 117 acres for over 200 years. Our family grows various fruits, vegetables, and flowers which are sold at our road side farm stand throughout the months of May through December. We are known locally for our super sweet corn, delicious strawberries, gorgeous dahlias, and juicy tomatoes.
Rocio Fukuda, originally from Peru, has a passion for art--specifically sculpting. But the love for food led her to a degree in Food Service Administration and a Certification in Dietary Management. By that time the Cake industry started growing because of all the new shows on TV, and she realized she could combine her passions and make Edible Sculptures. Rocio began working as a Cake Designer, specializing in breathtaking Wedding Cakes. She was featured a couple of times in the “International Cake Exploration Society Magazine” and “Newsday Long Island”. After years of winning multiple Cake Competitions she decided to share her passion by teaching at Rustik Cake Studio Corporation. Rocio and her friends had an appearance on the Food Network Ca Series The Big Bake Spring! Recently, Rocio Fukuda become “Gelato Maker Certified” and “Certified Professional Chocolatier," offering those services to her clients as well.
Our goal is to provide the highest quality vegetables and exceptional service for all our customers. To accomplish this goal we are committed to using Certified Organic Growing Practices with every effort made to farm sustainably and responsibly as stewards of the earth. We will follow the National Organic Production Standards and maintain our certification with NOFA-NY Certified Organic, LLC. In addition, we will continually strive to improve all our growing practices with each season.
The ELIJA Farm is a sustainable, non-profit farm in South Huntington, NY committed to using environmentally responsible practices to raise high quality produce. The ELIJA Farm CSA (community supported agriculture) is dedicated to enriching the health and wellness of our community through dynamic learning opportunities to its diverse membership. With rich soil and responsible growing practices, we provide an abundance of fresh vegetables, herbs, and flowers to dozens of local families and organizations. Our vegetables are hand-picked, hand-tended, carefully cultivated, and harvested for peak nutrition and flavor. ELIJA Farm is unique in being a non-profit farm. All revenue from our CSA and other farm related activities help support innovative, farm-based learning experiences for differently-abled persons, and our Long Island community.
We are L’Isolina Pasta and our pasta is crafted locally on the East End. L’Isolina Pasta is made of the best ingredients we can find: Local, Organically-Grown Whole-Grains grown by Amber Waves Farm, Organic Heritage-Grain Semolina, and Water. Paying homage to the traditional techniques perfected in Gragnano (the pasta capital of the world) L'Isolina Pasta is slowly extruded through bronze dies in small batches to ensure superb texture, quality and flavor. We hope you love it! Follow us on Instagram.
Indian Neck Organics is a privately owned, NOFA certified-organic specialty vegetable and fruit operation developed by our lead grower, Will Lee of Sang Lee Farms. A diverse mix of perennial and annual crops have taken root in a dynamic and ecologically friendly layout over our 148-acre waterfront farm. The distribution channels that we focus exclusively on are wholesale, small commercial accounts. Our mission is to provide the freshest, highest quality, nutrient dense organic produce for the community and remain as environmentally conscious as possible throughout the process. Follow us on Instagram.
Rosie's Country Bakeshop is a recipe blog and kitchen based in Shoreham NY. Founder Rosemary Scheiber describes it as a place to share her love of cooking and baking. Rosie specializes in handcrafted, baked from scratch desserts, including Whoopie Pies, Pecan Pie Bars, Linzer Tarts, Snickerdoodles, Brownies and more.
The Raymond Halsey family, who own and manage The Green Thumb Organic Farm in Water Mill, NY, have farmed the same land for over 300 years. They are committed to sustainable agriculture, which means using organic, natural farming practices. They grow vegetables, fruits, and herbs, which they offer through CSA memberships and at their famous farmstand on the Montauk Highway, open from May through November.
Jamesport Farmstead is made up of 50+ acres and is located on the North Fork of Long Island. With 10 acres under cultivation and big plans on the horizon, we are excited to serve the East End community during our third year in production. As a Certified Organic operation, we are committed land stewards and food producers. Our farm, which includes diversified annual vegetables, fields of blueberries, blackberries and strawberries, an emerging orchard of stone fruits and hazelnuts, and a cut-flower and herb garden, is intensively managed without the use of herbicides, synthetic fertilizers, or pesticides. As a no-till farm, we honor the soil by building organic matter through the practices of permanent bed systems, cover cropping, composting and natural amendment applications. Follow us on Instagram.
Honest Catering brings the food and service you know and love from Nick & Toni’s, Rowdy Hall, La Fondita and TownLine BBQ to your next special event. From fun and casual back-yard barbecues and Mexican fiestas to elegant cocktail parties, sit-down dinners and weddings, we can offer variety and consistency of quality like no other caterer in the Hamptons. As committed to our community as we are to our clients, we bring the local bounty of the East End to all of our restaurant and catering clientele.
Finn’s Smoked Fish Dips is Seafood HACCP Certified and manufactures under a 20-C Food Manufacturing License. As owner and operator, Paul Slovak is hands-on with everything. He makes sales calls to achieve distribution into retail accounts, loads and drives a refrigerated truck to deliver product to retail accounts in a 150-mile radius, packs out product, rotates product and otherwise manages product placements. Today Finn’s can be found at select gourmet food stores in Nassau and Rockland Counties and seasonally at Suffolk County seafood shops and farmers markets. Learn more at finnssmokedfish.com.
Founded in Peconic, NY by a father-son duo, Peter Senior and Peter Junior, Treiber Farms is reviving the craft of farming as a creative collaboration with nature’s raw materials: seeds, soil, water, sunshine and plenty of hard work. On their 60 acres on Long Island’s North Fork, they use sustainable methods and resourceful ingenuity to produce a wide range of flavorful foods for local chefs and eaters, and they also cross-pollinate agriculture and the arts through collaborations and events in the field, at their Old Barn, and beyond.
Located on Long Island, NY, Saint James Brewery is a New York State certified farm brewery. Our farm-to-pint initiative provides a direct link between craft beer enthusiasts and local New York State farmers, who grow the freshest produce. Established in 2012, Saint James Brewery creates artisanal Ales. We utilize old world brewing techniques to craft Ales of outstanding taste and character. Much like the farm house brewers of the distant past, we use the freshest local ingredients including barley, hops and select spices. In tribute to innovative brewing traditions, we cultivate our own house yeast strain giving our Ales a perfectly unique flavor. We hope you agree. Visit our tasting room at 430 N. Country Rd. St. James, NY. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram.
Suhru Wines, located in the heart of Cutchogue, is a family run winery and tasting room. Our goal has always been to craft high quality, food-friendly and approachable wines from the varieties we love. Our winemaking style focuses on crisp, bright, dry white wines and barrel aged, fruit forward red wines with soft tannins. A full family affair, Suhru was founded in 2008 by Susan and her husband and 30-year veteran winemaker, Russell Hearn. In the years since, daughters Shelby, now general manager, and Kylie, cellar hand, have joined the team as well as son-in-law, Brad, who runs the cellar. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, and LinkedIn.
A mom on a mission. That’s how it all began for Nikki Andruszkiewicz, Riverhead resident and owner of Peconic River Soap Company. In 2018 her daughter was diagnosed with a fragrance allergy which lead to a total life change for the then 14 year old. From necessity PRSC was born and continues to grow while planting roots at many retail locations here on the East End. Incorporating as many locally sourced ingredients as possible into her products has been a priority from day one. Her love of the East End shines through in the names of many of the products in their essential oil line! Follow us on Facebook and Instagram.
Enrich your meals with the fresh, all natural taste of our naturally flavored olive oils and vinegars, seasoning blends, sea salts & specialty foods. At Vines & Branches Greenport, we go above and beyond to provide each customer with an excellent shopping experience whether they're buying on our website or coming into the shop to taste test our products. You can always expect naturally produced products that make for the perfect addition to any kitchen or unique gift for your favorite foodie! Follow us on Facebook and Instagram.
Jamesport Sourdough and Coffee was founded by husband and wife team Ana Burcroff and Brett Koons after sharing their artisan loaves and roasted coffee within the North Fork community during the pandemic. Their flour suppliers use organic and regenerative farming methods. The sourdough is made from a decades old starter and uses a 48 hour fermentation process. Their artisan coffee is roasted in small batches. It is dark and chocolatey like the roasting profile favored by Pacific Northwest coffee houses.
Inti Chicha sprung from the desire to share a millennia-old tradition that eating and drinking well is part of honoring your body physically, emotionally, and mentally. Chicha is a natural fermented probiotic beverage that was produced for centuries during the Inca Empire. It is still consumed in South America as part of their cultural tradition, as people continue to extol its health benefits.
In a world of mass produced fashion, Peggie Ehlers turns back the clock to a simpler time when nature was the genuine source of beauty and style. Her decades of experience in sourcing and working with natural fibers combine naturally with her passion to promote the qualities of the sustainable farm to fashion trend. This respect for the natural supply chain has inspired her to bring to market beautiful wool garments, knit accessories and bespoke hats through the NUNA KNITS and GIORGI EHLERS brands. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram.
Master Chef Marco Barrila’s journey began in Sicily where passion and tradition met as the expert hands of his grandmother showed him the love of fresh pasta making. Different shapes and different tastes, every pasta in the collection tells a story. The only way to enhance Barrila’s fresh pasta is to finish it with one of his signature sauces made from the finest ingredients. Barrila also offers imported products from balsamics to oils and spreads, charcuterie, cheeses, jarred jams, biscotti, chocolates and dolce. If you are craving authentic Italian and Mediterranean foods, look no further than Chef Barrila’s Creative Kitchen. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram.
Indiwyld was created to offer a selection of wholesome, organic beverage blends that check all the right boxes: vegan, soy-free, gluten-free, paleo-friendly, and 5 grams or less of coconut sugar. With beverages this decadent, each sip feels like a guilty pleasure—minus the guilt. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook.
Quail Hill Farm, a stewardship project of the Peconic Land Trust and one of the oldest CSA farms in the country, covers 30 acres of land in Amagansett, grows more than 500 varieties of fruits and vegetables, and offers CSA memberships to more than 250 families. Its produce is also available at local farmers markets.
Valentines Farm is a 4-acre biodynamic market garden and homestead. They grow a wide variety of vegetables, herbs, flowers, and berries. Their vegetable fields occupy half an acre and are managed on a low till, permanent, bed system. They produce jams, apothecary items, honey and free-range eggs. You can find them at the Sea Cliff Farmers Market. For more info visit our website www.valentinesfarm.com
North Fork Keto Kitchen’s mission is to create delicious, sugar free, low carb baked goods, and prepackaged mixes to support a healthy lifestyle for you and your family. They saw a specific need and decided to mix in their love of baking, sprinkled in with their desire to be healthy, and started a business providing delicious food that also helps make you look and feel good. Based in Southold, NY they strive to use only the best ingredients available.
VEGAN MUSE creates decadent plant-based cheeses & spreads in Southampton, NY. Founded by Alexandrea LaFata, an animal rights activist and lobbyist, VEGAN MUSE donates a portion of profits to animal sanctuaries.
Mattituck Mushrooms is a small farm run by artists on Long Island’s North Fork. Our mushrooms benefit from the same pristine glacial melt waters than feed the Laurel Lake (Kettle Hole) Preserve. We grow with the weather, changing our varieties to meet the seasons. We let the Mushroom lead the way, never adding something that is not asked for.
Balsam Farms grows a wide variety of fruits, vegetables, flowers, and herbs, and is perhaps best known for its delicious corn. You can find Balsam Farms’ produce at its farm stand in Amagansett or their store front in Montauk. Balsam Farms produce can also be found at many local restaurants, and additionally offers a CSA membership during the summer and winter months. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram.
Flavor Fields is an umbrella brand created in 2018 as a hub for culinary innovation. Its focus is to source new and outstanding products for chefs that spark creativity in the kitchen. In 2006, the first US operations were built under the Koppert Cress brand, with a facility on the North Fork of Long Island. Alongside Koppert’s magnificent microgreens and edible flowers, Flavour Fields will carry Lafayette Spices, an extraordinary line of salts, spices, and flavorings; as well as grow-your-own microgreen kits from the company, Grown.
Satur Farms, owned and operated by Paulette Satur and Eberhard Müller, is dedicated to growing the finest vegetables and culinary ingredients. Satur Farms specializes in baby leaf- wild arugula, baby spinach, mesclun, mizuna, tat soi, baby kale, along with Frisée and baby vegetables. Their commitment to fresh, high quality, nutritious, and sustainably grown produce has never wavered and is expertly supported by their dedicated team. Follow us on Facebook.
By Way of the Farm is a candle company on a little farm on Shelter Island. What started as a passion project for a stay at home mom during the pandemic quickly turned into a small business. In an effort to keep our products safe and environmentally friendly we only use the best pure soy wax and source our soybeans from growers in the United States. Our candles never contain dyes, lead, zinc, phthalates, carcinogens or reproductive toxins. We create candle scents based on the seasons and are influenced by the beauty of our area. Check them out on Instagram.
Pendleton’s Harvest Moon Farm is a small, family owned and operated business focused on the sustainable production of quality, pasture-raised lamb and breeding stock. We raise both Katahdin and Dorper sheep, and our meat is processed in a facility that focuses on humane treatment of our animals for the duration of processing. All meat is USDA inspected.
Our farm is located on the North Fork of Long Island, and employs regenerative agriculture practices to improve the land and reduce environmental impacts. In addition to lamb, we have a limited supply of free-range eggs. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram.
Sweet Woodland Farm is located on the North Fork of Long Island. They grow culinary and medicinal herbs and provide hand-crafted herbal products.
Open April - Halloween, 9am - 6pm daily, you'll find these treasures at our farm: organic vegetables, fruits, eggs, flowers, plants, farm animals, Fun Fields play area, classes, tours, birthday parties, and an organic cafe. We also provide produce to Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) programs on Long Island, Queens, Brooklyn, and Manhattan, and sell at Farmers Markets in NYC.
Peconic River Herb Farm - is a boutique-style specialty plant nursery providing passionate gardeners with garden-worthy plants since 1986. With eight greenhouses and large outdoor sales areas and displays filled with fragrant and delightful plants. We sell many different plants here at the nursery in addition to herbs, we especially love Long Island natives, flowers for cutting, gourmet and heirloom vegetable varieties, unusual small trees and shrubs, creative container plants, hedges for hiding, and wonderfully textured ground covers, ferns, and grasses for lower maintenance yards. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram.
The Granola Plant is a small batch artisan granola company that specializes in plant based granola and granola bars. All our granola products are Gluten Free, oil free, processed sugar free and dairy free. With a background in catering and a love of cooking I started making granola at home for my family. I eliminated the oil and processed sugars and substituted it with a homemade date puree. All our blends are packed with flavor and whole food goodness. Vegan and nut free blends too!
After many years of hosting big backyard barbecues for friends and family at his home in East Hampton, Jason Wagenheim launched East End Cowboy to develop a line of barbecue sauces and rubs inspired by the flavors and ingredients found on the South Fork. East End Cowboy uses locally-sourced produce and supports the farming community in Long Island by incorporating local ingredients into its products and recipes, and promoting farms and local food businesses. Instagram: @east.end.cowboy.
James Walsh had a passion for woodworking since he began a carpentry apprentice program as a teenager. He has spent his life working in the construction industry as master carpenter, craftsman, and business owner. Having spent over 40 years in the industry, he became dedicated to finding ways to re-use the tremendous amount of waste that is created on most woodworking jobs. It began as projects for family gifts and children’s toys. Now he has taken the most functional pieces and has decided to sell them through local artisan shows and art consignment shops as well as this retail site.
Holly and Chris Browder founded Browder’s Birds in 2010. They raise organic pastured poultry and Cotswold sheep on their 16-acre farm in Mattituck. Their chicken and eggs are found at restaurants and markets throughout the East End. Browder’s Birds also offers a CSA and participates in several farmers markets.
At KK’s the Farm, we believe that food is the great unifier. Despite differences in social, cultural, or economic class, all humans will find commonality through great tasting, nutrient dense, real food. As caretakers of the land, we have made it our objective to provide a product that is regenerative to both the Earth from which it came, and to the individual the product supports.To ensure our objectives are met, we have strictly adhered to a farming methodology known as biodynamics. Thank you for your support of local agriculture. We invite you to share in the knowledge, and the Greens. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram.
Bayberry Bakery got its name by coopting the name of a plant that is local to the area and is a hardy survivor. Before the arrival of a couple of notable pastry chefs to the area selling to retail as of late 2021 there seemed to be a dearth of decent baked goods available for sale. I decided to change that. I have a very high standard on what constitutes a delicious baked good. Every calorie eaten should be worth the experience. I strive to create scrumptious baked goods that can be both humble and grand. I have had very good responses to everything I deem worthy to sell. I am a full time resident and have the ability to run my business as much as the demand requires. Follow us on Instagram.
Muffin & James Doggy Bag Treats is a home-based business inspired by my dog's Muffin and James and created by me, Febra Alexander. It all started with making simple ingredient recipes to help with promoting better eating for my pups. I crafted a simple recipe and added other key ingredients to make our signature Doggy Bag Treats. Simply put we believe "Clean Eating Is The Best Kind Of Dog Treating." They are so good they are Human friendly too! Follow us on Facebook and Instagram.
Andrews Family Farm is a 6th generation farm family growing flowers and vegetables in Wading River, NY. We have 26 greenhouses where we grow annuals, hanging baskets, herbs and vegetable plants. We also grow vegetables and cut flowers on 75 acres. We grow a large variety of produce ranging from lettuce and greens to corn and tomatoes. Our farm is well known for our fresh sweet corn, wide variety of greens, sunflowers and mixed flower bouquets. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram.
Share the Harvest Farm, located at EECO Farm in East Hampton, grows organic produce for donation to local food pantries and other hunger-relief organizations on the East End. They operate the farm stand at 55 Long Lane to support and raise awareness about their mission.
Shamrock Soda Breads makes one product, a traditional Irish Soda Bread using a recipe that has been passed down from generations. For years this bread was only made for our family’s special holidays until my wife tasted it and suggested that it was too good not make more regularly and share it with many more people. Homemade on the North Fork of Long Island, our bread is egg free and can be ordered with or without raisins and/or carraway seeds, depending on your personal preference. Available in two sizes, 6-inch or 9-inch round loaves. Follow us on Facebook.
Carissa Waechter of Carissa'a Breads uses local whole wheat flour that she hand mills herself in the breads and other products she bakes. She also uses only fresh, local herbs and vegetables in her focaccias and pizzas. Carissa now operates a bakery and a restaurant, both in Easthampton.
Founded in 1992 by avant-garde visionary Robert Wilson, The Watermill Center is an interdisciplinary laboratory for the arts and humanities situated on ten acres of Shinnecock ancestral territory on Long Island’s East End, offering year-round artist residencies and education programs. With an emphasis on creativity and collaboration, Watermill integrates contemporary artistic practice with resources from the humanities and research from the sciences to provide a global community with the time, space and freedom to create and inspire. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram.
übergeek is a long island based brewery dedicated to crafting unique beers for newcomers to eccentric misfits.
Rob Raffa started übergeek Brewing Company in pursuit of expression and adding to the evolution of his craft. Inspired by modern cubism and science, he constructs beer using unconventional ingredients and experimental techniques. He combines his brewing experience with his education in the math and sciences to produce interesting, well crafted, departures from average beer. Visit us on Instagram and Facebook.
Charles and Linda Doomes have always shared a love for cooking. One day Linda told Charles she wanted to start a quiche business. Charles was not onboard-- he wondered why quiche? Linda explained that she had been making quiche since she was a teenager. Charles said, “Well if we are going to make quiche, I want to make a Barbeque Quiche.” Linda wasn’t thrilled but she agreed. Charles created a very tasty Barbeque Quiche. They asked the Lord for his blessings and took a leap of faith and began their business.
Welcome to Navigating East. We believe food is love, seasonal is best and farmers make the world go round. We offer restaurant-quality prepared food delivered weekly, as well as catering & private chef services. Each week we create a new menu of prepared meals, soups, salads & sides. We deliver between Westhampton and East Hampton, to your front door with instructions about how to store and ready each dish. For private events, we work with you to create a custom menu based upon preferences or dietary restrictions. We bring warm hospitality and delicious food to you!
The Milk Pail was founded by the John and Evelyn Halsey in 1969. Today the farm is run by their daughters, Jennifer and Amy, who are twelfth generation farmers. The Milk Pail’s farm stand in Water Mill is open year-round and sells apples, peaches, pumpkins, and other fruits as well as unusual bedding plants that are grown in Amy’s greenhouse. The Milk Pail also offers you-pick apples and pumpkins in the fall.
Preparing authentic Indian meals at home is now easier than ever with the launch of Moji Masala® spice blends. Moji means “mama” in Kashmiri, and that is the premise behind Moji Masala — to make it easy for anyone to cook homemade Indian food as if they were taught by their own moji. Moji Masala spice blends are freshly ground and blended using responsibly sourced, premium ingredients. They are pre-measured, hand packed and sold in single-use premium packaging. Each masala packet comes with simple recipes and a QR code linking to recipe videos and shopping lists so home cooks can prepare traditional Indian dishes with minimal prep work. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram.
Aki grew up in Antwerp, Belgium and has recently relocated from Connecticut to the Hamptons. She has always been passionate about food, but especially creating quality soups as a staple of her meals. She’s a strong believer in healthy and properly sourced produce. All of her cooking has been locally sourced; organic whenever possible.
Therefore, for her there was no better choice then to move to Eastern Long Island because of all the local farming. Her mother always said “love goes through the stomach” which is true but Aki always felt that “if you eat well, you live well”
Cheese Bread (Pão de Queijo) have been a naturally gluten free Brazilian delicacy for nearly 200 years. African slaves were the first to begin the evolution of a treat that is now known as "pão de queijo" and other important aspects of Brazilian culture.
There are only 6 ingredients in our puffs. All of them are locally sourced, aside from the tapioca which is harvested and delivered to us fresh from Brazil! Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn.
Fire for Effect Farms is a farm run by Timothy (Tim) Curry and his mom, Patty Curry, to grow vegetables for sale to the local community and to help veterans. Being a veteran and knowing firsthand what they experience, Tim hopes that he can offer them a way to cope by offering them to come to the farm to experience being with nature and give them a sense of worth and comfort and wellbeing by being outside with nature. Fire For Effect Farms believes positive mental health comes from an all around healthy lifestyle and begins with proper diet with farm fresh ingredients in a positive environment for personal growth.
A small 4 1/2 acre farm operating as Homesteading model. All produce is toxin free (no Pesticides) We have a certified kitchen which allows us to produce Jams, Pickled items pies and baked goods. We also pack prepared foods to go using our farm fresh ingredients. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram.