The hamburger is a classic American staple, that practically everyone seems to love some variation of. Originally from Hamburg, Germany, the burger has come to epitomize and represent America as a nation, as per CNN. In the overabundance of fast food, where every burger is flat, gray and virtually tasteless, it’s important to look to
Ice cream, a classic staple of the American diet, and a crucial part of beating the heat. It’d be difficult to find a Long Islander whose childhood summers weren’t soundtracked by a Mister Softee familiar jingle. According to the International Dairy Foods Association, the average American eats about 20 pounds of ice cream a year.
Summer comes just once a year, and it’s easy for it to just pass you by. Long Island temperatures average in the 70s and 80s during summer. This means there’s no better time to enjoy the outdoors. But with so many options, getting overwhelmed can happen to just about anyone. So to make sure you
Long Island Restaurant Week is back! During the week of April 23 – April 30, you can take advantage of lunch or dinner at a reasonable price. What began in 2006 with one week in the fall, by 2011 a spring week was introduced and in 2016 a winter week. Long Island Restaurant Week is
We celebrate Black excellence 24/7, all 365 days of the year, but for Black History Month, we’re doing a little something special. Throughout the month, we’re highlighting Black Long Island businesses you may not have known about. Today, we’re shining a light on some mouthwatering meals from a Food Network star. Food from a three-time
Nestled on the corner of West Merrick Road and Ormonde Boulevard, Pretty Toni’s Cafe would be bustling with customers who are looking for a bit of soul during their Sunday brunches. Once stepping into the cafe, you were greeted with jazz playing in the background and tables filled with dish fried chicken and red velvet
Health fads have swung in and out of public consciousness. From avocados to chia seeds, superfoods and food science has taken over popular culture, and Long Island is no exception. Led by Ron Montgomery, or Six, The 6 Juice is an organically sourced juice company based out of Suffolk County providing healthy alternatives to processed
Food is amazing, and their isn’t anything that slaps like soul food! We’re talking about the difference between surface-level soul food and second-level soul food, our favorite meals to go in on and the origins behind soul food. Watch the full episode below and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Long Island is more diverse than people think. Food on the island is one aspect where diversity reigns supreme, and of course who doesn’t love food right? Eating out is certainly one of America’s favorite pastimes. Many of us know the struggle of being hangry, a combination of hunger and anger, yet find it difficult
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