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Long Island Bounty: October 20 Edition

This past Saturday morning I got up early and headed out to the North Fork to pick up some local veggies for the coming week. The beets, carrots, Japanese eggplant and heirloom tomatoes are from Sang Lee Farms. The cheese pumpkin (I actually bought two) are from Harbes Family Farm. The acorn squash, butternut squash, round summer squash and purple cauliflower are from Northville Farm Stand. And, the three different varieties of organic garlic are from Garden of Eve. So far, I’ve roasted both pumpkins…one for Jackson and one for his parents, and we’ve eaten most of the tomatoes.

WTN: Harbes Family Vineyard, Current Releases

Harbes is one of the most recognizable names on the North Fork of Long Island. And, Harbes Family Farm in Mattituck is a one-stop-shop for the North Fork agri-tourism experience. There’s the pick-your-own berry operation, which is always fun and a great way to get the freshest berries possible. Cross over Sound Avenue and you’ll find an array of plants, including annuals, perennials, hanging baskets and–as we head into fall–mums. This main farm stand also offers delicious baked goods (the baguettes are great), locally made jams and hot sauces, as well as picnic tables, a place for children to play,…