Jim Malone’s environmentally friendly tables and counters, made of reclaimed flooring from bowling alleys, are turning heads all over the metro area. Celebrate Earth Day by snapping some pics and maybe win a weekend at his Catskills log cabin.
Writer Su-Jit Lin-DeSimone will tell us where to find the most authentic dishes, right here on Long Island, that take her back to sublime experiences found during her culinary travels.
Food justice, backyard oystering, healthy eating, school gardens, soil amendments, chefs as game-changers, community garden toolkits, pesky pests and beneficial bugs: the schedule of workshops for the Long Island Food Conference has just been posted and there are exciting presentations for everyone from the beginning gardener to the locavore to the politicized eater.
Another installment of Training Foods with ideas of where you can take your family just using the Long Island Rail Road.
Fresh seafood is about to get a whole lot fresher at Reel Kitchen which opened on April 13.
Teach a child to fish, cook or garden and you feed them for a lifetime. We have discovered 11 local summer camps that will teach children about food and our foodshed…plus one that will educate us big kids.
Easter is over, and if you’re like me, you have lots of colored eggs leftover. Here are five kicked-up recipes to make those plain, boring eggs a bit more “eggciting!”
A new addition to Massapequa Park’s vibrant downtown offers a wide selection of vino and snacks.
Pasta class at Simons Center Cafe April 7.
We hope you were able to check out our article about BrickHouse in the spring issue of Edible Long Island, where we told you about…
We got a sneak peek at an eggy burger from George Motz’s next project, Hamburger America, the Cookbook.
There is still time to get early bird pricing for the Long Island Food Conference (formerly known as the Small Farm Summit), an exciting day of lectures and workshops for kids and adults interested in sustainable local agriculture and all the issues and opportunities surrounding it.