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North Fork Foodie Tour

Lavender by the Bay, a lovely farm which

Lavender by the Bay, a lovely farm which sells fresh and dried lavender (you can pick your own) and honey which their own bees make from nectar gathered from the lavender blossoms. Photo Credit: Handout

One of the North Fork's signature events returns -- The 2012 Foodie Tour. The self-guided exploration of the region's agricultural bounty takes participants to more than a dozen farms and vineyards and allows participants to meet artisans and chefs who turn that bounty into some of Long Island's most celebrated meals.

Jars of honey taken at Lavender by the
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Jars of honey taken at Lavender by the Bay, a lovely farm which sells fresh and dried lavender (you can pick your own) and honey which their own bees make from nectar gathered from the lavender blossoms.

Paulette Satur of Satur Farms in Cutchogue gives
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Paulette Satur of Satur Farms in Cutchogue gives a lecture on farming products at the North Fork Foodie Tour that celebrates the North Fork's bounty.

Lavender by the Bay, a lovely farm which
Photo Credit: Handout

Lavender by the Bay, a lovely farm which sells fresh and dried lavender (you can pick your own) and honey which their own bees make from nectar gathered from the lavender blossoms. The owners are Serge and Susan Rozenbaum. The stand is at 7540 Main Rd., East Marion at the corner of Rt. 25 and Cedar Lane.

Lavender by the Bay, a lovely farm which
Photo Credit: Handout

Lavender by the Bay, a lovely farm which sells fresh and dried lavender (you can pick your own) and honey which their own bees make from nectar gathered from the lavender blossoms.

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