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10 Summer Foods to Travel For in the U.S.A.
Posted by Annie Fitzsimmons in Urban Insider on June 21, 2013

 It’s hard to argue about it: summer is the best time of year when it comes to food. With fruit that tastes like candy, crisp, nourishing greens, and farm-fresh vegetables at your fingertips, it’s easy to pass as a gourmet chef by throwing something fabulous together.  So many of my travel memories are linked to great food, like street daal at  Ravi in Dubai or spaghetti pomodoro at Hotel Cipriani in Venice. But summer always brings me back to my childhood, and to America.
 

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 Cover - Rainbow Chard, Sang Lee Farms, Peconic.  By Randee Daddona

 

Edible East End - The Eat, Drink Local Issue  
Roadside Diaries, East of Riverhead
by Gwendolen Groocock
Excerpt from No. 35, Low Summer 2012 

 

East End Biz Show Premiers on Plum TV & 88.3 fm by Samantha Brix

Plum TV & 88.3 FM East End Biz Show

 

 

Gourmet Magazine Special Harvest Issue - Gardening 101: The Garden's Dirty Secret by Nanette Maxim

Years ago, I wrote a snapshot of Sang Lee Farms, located out on the North Fork of Long Island. The Lee family grows some of the lushest Asian greens around. Standing in a field of bok choy with farmer Fred Lee, I asked him to tell me the secret of his perfect produce. He bent down, grabbed a handful of soil, and passed his magic on in two words: “sandy loam.

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New York Times Articles  End of an Era: East End Agriculture's Lost Link to Chinatown by V. Troy

BOSTON lettuce and fresh basil sit in baskets next to baby bok choy and kohlrabi. Chocolate chip cookies and scones from a Southampton bakery share shelf space with soy sauce and black bean garlic sauce. It's hardly a typical Long Island farm stand, and Sang Lee Farms, in Peconic, is hardly a typical Long Island farm.

Sang Lee was once the biggest grower of Asian vegetables in the New York region. For several decades, when the average American's knowledge of Chinese food meant an occasional encounter with canned chow mein, Sang Lee fed fresh Chinese greens to the growing populations in Chinatowns stretching from Toronto to Washington.

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    SWAPPING WITH STRANGERS (G. Grookock; summer 2008)

    Summer 2008                   GREENHOUSE GROWING (2009)

   


 

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