The North Fork Foodie Tour 2015
Celebrate the North Fork’s Bounty
The North Fork of Long Island is famous for delectable fare. Think Peconic Bay scallops and Long Island duck, strawberries, potatoes and wines. The tradition of farming has continued and expanded. Now it’s taken on yet another life as artisans have begun to produce distinctive foods and explore methods of sustainable agriculture.
9th Annual North Fork Foodie Tour sponsored by North Fork Reform Synagogue on
Sunday, Sept. 20, 2015, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
We anticipate about 20 vendors, representing a wide array of food producers on the North Fork, all providing behind-the-scenes tours of their farms and other establishments. The North Fork Foodie Tour has become the premier event of its kind on the North Fork!
Once again, the Foodie Tour will be self-guided, similar to a house tour, and provide the opportunity for all who attend to visit North Fork producers of unique, local, artisanal food and wine. We know from experience that the Tour is a wonderful opportunity to showcase the finest of what the North Fork has to offer, to inform the attendees of how the products are made and to emphasize what makes them so special!
Tickets for the North Fork Foodie Tour may be purchased at $25 each before the event on-line at northforkreformsynagogue.org and at the following retail locations: Barth’s Pharmacy, 32 E. Main Street in Riverhead; Mattituck Florist, 95 Love Lane, Mattituck ; Gallery M, 308A Main Street in Greenport; Complement the Chef, 53740 Main Road in Southold; Bookhampton, 16 Hampton Road in Southampton; Bookhampton, 41 Main Street in East Hampton.
On the day of the Foodie Tour, September 20, tickets may be purchased at any of the tour locations (see below!). If you have already purchased tickets before the day of the event, you may redeem your tickets for your tour map after 10 a.m. at any of the tour locations and then be on your way. Headquarters for the Foodie Tour will be at Charnews Farm, 3005 Youngs Avenue, Southold. Maps and tickets will be available at Charnews Farm after 9 a.m. on the day of the event, September 20.
On September 20, your ticket and map will enable you to visit the following locations:
Charnews Farm, 3005 Youngs Avenue, Southold
Lavender by the Bay, 7540 Main Road, East Marion
8 Hands Farm, 4735 Cox Lane. Cutchogue
The Farm, 5994 Rt 25, Southold
Browder’s Birds, 4050 Soundview Avenue, Mattituck
East End Mushroom, 22344 Rte 48, Suite 23, Cutchogue
Catapano Dairy Farm, 33705 Rte 48, Peconic
Satur Farms, Rt 48, Peconic
Sang Lee Farms, 25180 Rt 48, Peconic
Krupski’s Vegetable and Pumpkin Farm, 38030 Rt 25, Peconic
Koppert Cress, 23423 Rt 48, Cutchogue
Mar-Gene Farms, 2230 Soundview Ave, Mattituck
Shinn Estate Vineyards, 2000 Oregon Road, Mattittuck
Goodale Farms, 250 Main Road, Riverhead
Greenport Harbor Brewery, 42155 Main Road, Peconic
Surrey Lane Vineyards, 46050 Main Road, Southold
Ty Llwyd Farm, 5793 Sound Ave, Riverhead
Southold School Garden 420 Oaklawn Avenue Ext., Southold
Macari Wines, 150 Bergen Ave, Mattituck
North Fork Roasting Company, 55795 Main Rd, Southold
For further information, please call 631-722-5712 or e-mail email@example.com.
Quite a bargain: while some individual locations charge $15 for visits during the season, Foodie Tour visitors enjoy many venues and several talks all for one low $25 entry for adults that hasn’t changed since the event started 8 years ago; children 12 and under are FREE.
TALKS & DEMONSTRATIONS:
• Chef John Ross–Suffolk Times columnist, author of The Food & Wine of the North Fork cooks a dish for you to taste.
• Chef Deborah Pittorino of Cuvee Seafood & Grille demonstrates cooking with herbs grown from a pot on your windowsill or deck
• Peter Clark of Clarke’s Garden in Greenport–growing herbs and their uses. Herbs for Body, Mind & Spirit
New this year:
• Chef Peter Berley -The Secrets Of Sourdough and Its Benefits for Taste and Health
James Beard Award-winning chef and author Peter Berley will offer and in-depth discussion, demonstration and tasting of Traditional French country bread leavened with wild-crafted sourdough culture. Each attendee will receive culture and recipes with which to begin their own bread baking tradition.
• Dan Heston of Peconic Land Trust – Nurturing new young farms to preserve agriculture.
The Slow Food organization will give out literature and offer the opportunity to join them in projects to educate children and other ways to enhance our well being.
Get tickets on line at www.northforkreformsynagogue.org or Gallery M in Greenport; Complement the Chef, Southold; Mattituck Florist; Barth’s Pharmacy in Riverhead and on the South Fork at
Bookhampton in East Hampton,4l Main Street a nd Bookhampton in Southampton,16 Hampton Road . By mail: NFRS, PO Box 1625, Southold NY 11971 or on tour day at any Foodie Tour location. Information: 516-551-7236.
Please note: on the day of the tour tickets are available for purchase at all tour locations for cash or check
The Foodie Tour will headquarter, sell tickets + provide Tour Maps at Peconic Land Trust’s Agricultural Learning Center at Charnews Farm, 3005 Youngs Avenue in Southold, between Rtes 25 and 48.
INTERESTED IN GOING GREEN & TAKING IN THE SCENIC VIEWS ON THE FOODIE TOUR BY WAY OF BIKE ?
Rent a Bike for $36 and pick it up at 12900 main road, at the corner of Love Lane in Mattituck as early as 9am and return it by 4pm. Visit EASTENDBIKETOURS.COM to reserve your bike for the Event.
Go to “Book Now”
Choose “Sept 20th”
Click on “Self Guided Bike Tour” and use promo code FOODIE and then hit “APPLY” for the special discounted rate for this event.
As a follow up to our Foodie Tour:
the East End Mushroom Company, one of the Foodie Tour locations is having a Mushroom Cookoff on October 3.
Click here for more information: http://www.theeastendmushroomcompanyinc.com/