Posts in research
The Northfork, Part II: Wineries and Wine Events

We normally talk about meat… and meat… and even more meat, but today we are going to follow up on our last post talking about events and goings-on in the North Fork of The Island.  This follow-up is going to concern itself with something that Long Island is known for… but something that most people never think about.

Read More
An Introduction Perfect Pairings, Part I Beef

We have talked a little bit before about the idea of pairing different spices, and sharing different ideas as it is related to food, serving food, and preparing food. But we have not, as of yet, talked much at all about pairing! Honestly, what good is a juicy burger, succulent steak, stuffed pork chop, or perfectly marinated chicken without a collection of sides and drinks?

Read More
Self-Policed Meat Inspections: A Disaster Looking for a Place to Happen?

While this topic sounds like a new Trump Administration move, this is a topic that has been tossed around for multiple presidential administrations.  In short, the meat industry wants to police itself for safety and eschew the federal and state health inspections of meat.  Is this a good thing, or does this pose a public health risk?

Read More