Feed Me TV Newsday’s Pervaiz Shallwani brings you the scoop on Long Island’s dining scene

Robert Biancavilla prosecutes some of the worst criminals in Suffolk County. On weekends, he bakes some of the best bread on Long Island.

Penn Station and the neighborhood around it has never been considered a prime dining spot, but take a moment to look up and you’ll find more than chain restaurants, slice joints and hot dog carts.

At Clay Oven, Lubna Habibi goes against her parents’ wishes, leaving behind a career as an engineer to follow her passion for cooking that challenges the conventions of Indian food as we know it.

A Far Rockaway woman falls in love with a pizzaiolo from Italy, who brings with him an imported 6,000-pound wood-fired oven to make the best pies on the Island.

The three partners behind Lithology Brewing Co. in Farmingdale are committed to more balanced beers that draw their components from Long Island and elsewhere in New York state.

Taylor Knapp is cultivating snails on the North Fork and chefs across the country are rushing to feature the latest edition to the slow food movement.