Proceeds from the patio party will benefit Montauk Community Garden, an organization with a vibrant CSA program.
The first event by The Food Lab, a new program at Stony Brook Southampton, is organized around the interests and needs of people working at all links in the food chain.
We believe in all the stories that we tell, but for whatever reason a few sometimes rise above the rest.
Tell us your preferred image from our upcoming issue and we’ll run the people’s choice in print along with a detailed back story of that particular photo.
Edible Manhattan and Edible East End are proud to release their first e-books that feature some of the best writing on subjects of most interest to our readers.
Earlier this fall, at a sold-out forum in New York City organized by Food Tank, we learned how massive our food waste problem has become. Here are some examples of what Edible communities across the country are doing to combat the problem.
After last night’s Edible Escape, our wanderlust continues for both destinations near and far. On the closer end of the spectrum is the East End.
SOUTH FORK–July has become a very packed month for major food functions here in eastern Long Island. Mid-month, there was the inaugural Taste of…
MONTAUK–We occasionally make the trip out to the South Fork of Long Island to visit our friends at Edible East End, especially when it…
SAG HARBOR–Thank goodness for the asparagus. Amid this chilly rain, it’s the only edible reminder of spring, and will be for a little while….
The spring issue is here. It’s not just this cute goat from Catapano Dairy–the cover girl of our just-out Spring issue–that is brightening our moods
Buds are swelling across Long Island’s vineyards, and in another sign of spring, Cornell Cooperative Extension just sent out its first GDD (or “growing…