Depending on how far east you want to go, it’s easy to hit three wineries and have a good lunch in just a couple of hours.
We’ve gathered our recommendations for where to eat and drink when you trek out to Long Island.
As we did for our mothers, we Edible editors would like to pay tribute to our fathers who have significantly influenced our appetites.
Run by mother-and-daughter team, One Woman Wines has been a leader in sustainable winemaking. Join us at Brooklyn Uncorked next week and try their newest vintage.
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.
Hops are a basic component of beer. Typically, they are dried for year-round use. However, the annual harvest (traditionally during August and September) presents an opportunity to make beer with a super-fresh crop.
At the chef’s Long Island country house, lunch is off the hook.
On August 1oth, we’ve rallied a load of food truck vendors, serving everything from kimchi tacos to dumplings and cupcakes, to show folks that the East End is anything but void of ethnic eats.
While we’d advocate for everybody shopping at farmers markets year round, there’s truly no time like summer to appreciate the bounty of local goods at our fingertips.
They say the East End is short on ethnic eats. Well, on August 10, we plan to change that when Edible East End presents the Great Food Truck Derby, in conjunction with the Hayground School in Bridgehampton.
On August 13 and 14th Long Island’s “Music to Know” or MTK Festival comes to runway of the East Hampton airport with a curated selection of…
East End EDL Report From the heirloom tomato Bloody Marys spiced with peppers from the restaurant garden outside to wood-roasted peaches with biscotti, the…