There are a handful of Long Island related videos on Loving-Long-Island.com and I thought it’d be nice to have them all in one place.
All of these videos were created by me as part of other pages on this website, but even out of their original context the videos are fun to watch.
I have included a short description of each one and a link to where it can be found on this website.
If you have a favorite (I know I have mine) please leave a comment or two at the end of this page. Sharing this page with friends is even better :)
A lot of people are afraid to cook seafood and they shouldn't be. This video shows you how to shuck and cook sea scallops. Learn even more about sea scallops here.
It was time to haul out my son’s fishing boat. In order to get to the ramp he had to break though over 100' of ice several inches thick. Click here for more about the haulout.
How to catch, fillet and cook snappers. For more information about these tasty fish please see Snapper Fishing on Long Island.
A short video that includes the F-22 Raptor and the Blue Angels. The air show draws thousands of people every year. To get the most out of your visit, read all my day at the Jones Beach air show.
A great jazz organist playing at Grasso’s, a great Long Island restaurant.
A short commentary lamenting summer’s end followed by a beautiful Long Island summer scenes slide show. Originally part of this post Labor Day rant. The music in this video is a great instrumental called "Sunday" by Stephen Schneider, don’t miss it.
If you’ve ever been to Fire Island you’ve no doubt seen these small boats speeding from port to port.
If you ride the water taxi, great. If you’ve never had the pleasure, here’s everything you need to know about riding the Fire Island water Taxi.
These next videos are about Long Island bay scallops. The first one shows how the scallops are harvested. The next one shows how to shuck the scallops once you have them. Use the link above for more about bay scallops.
The Great South Bay doesn’t freeze very often, but when it does it’s a sight to behold. If you can stand the cold and stick around long enough you can hear the ice cracking. It sounds like small bombs exploding.