Cranking up for the approach of Christmas and the New Year, which sometimes can seem like an onrushing caravan of desperate cheer, Codger has been replaying the joyful buzz of a terrific Thanksgiving — 16 people! Five days! Youngest grandchild wins a Turkey Plunge prize in a squid costume! — until a pit bull squeezed under a fence and attacked Cur II. (more…)
Family-run businesses are the backbone of the Shelter Island economy. And these businesses — some new, some decades old — are a large part of what makes the Island such a unique place to live, work and visit. (more…)
On Saturday morning, many brave (crazy?) souls were at Crescent Beach for the 9th annual Turkey Plunge to benefit the Friends of the Shelter Island Public Library, running, walking and diving into the bay, which sported a temperature of about 40 degrees.
Here are some photos of one of Shelter Island’s most beloved events. (more…)
For some of us, leftovers are the whole point of Thanksgiving. Is there anything better than a late-night turkey sandwich piled high with stuffing, mashed potatoes and relish? But after you’ve had a few, it’s easy to start questioning the impulse that had you toting home all those Tupperware containers. Instead of letting the last of them go uneaten, try these eight delicious and unique ideas for using up the last of the big bird — and none of them involve placing anything between two slices of bread.