Edible Manhattan

Tina Annibell's Beet Salad with Dill.

RECIPE: Rethinking Beets

When it comes to making beet converts of non-believers, holistic health coach Tina Annibell has a pretty stellar track record. Her recipe for Summer Beets with Dill will have you rethinking beets!

Sea Beans

Wild and Edible Sea Beans

Surprisingly, they don’t look very edible. Their abundance during low tide seems too good to be true. How could a salt water plant so lavishly available and worth $15 per pound just be sitting on our shores without being ransacked?

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Yoga, Farmstand and Live Music: Sunday, August 3, Events at Restoration Farm

There is a full farm day on the docket at Restoration Farm on the grounds of Old Bethpage Village Restoration this Sunday, August 3, starting with yoga in the fields at 10 a.m., the farm stand is open from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. and lastly live outdoor music by the Long Island Bluegrass Quartet at the Tin House (open mic begins at 2 p.m. and concert at 3 p.m.).

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Grown on Long Island Day, August 8 at Suffolk County Farm

Pile the family into the car for one of Long Island agriculture’s best events of the summer. On Friday August 8 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the Suffolk County Farm in Yaphank, the Long Island Farm Bureau and a collection of farm-minded supporters will celebrate the fourth annual “Grown on Long Island Day”

tilefish

Tilefish Report from Dock to Dish

Friend of Edible Sean Barrett, founder of Dock to Dish, the first community supported fishery on Long Island, sends out a weekly newsletters to his subscribers. It is always jam-packed with information about what’s going on in the fishery, specific species and the men and women who fish our waters. This week: tilefish.

Tina Annibell's Beet Salad with Dill.

RECIPE: Rethinking Beets

Comment | By | Photographs by Doug Young

When it comes to making beet converts of non-believers, holistic health coach Tina Annibell has a pretty stellar track record. Her recipe for Summer Beets with Dill will have you rethinking beets!

Read More

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Yoga, Farmstand and Live Music: Sunday, August 3, Events at Restoration Farm

Comment | By | Photographs by Adrian Fanning

There is a full farm day on the docket at Restoration Farm on the grounds of Old Bethpage Village Restoration this Sunday, August 3, starting with yoga in the fields at 10 a.m., the farm stand is open from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. and lastly live outdoor music by the Long Island Bluegrass Quartet at the Tin House (open mic begins at 2 p.m. and concert at 3 p.m.).

Read More

Sea Beans

Wild and Edible Sea Beans

Comment | By | Photographs by Doug Young

Surprisingly, they don’t look very edible. Their abundance during low tide seems too good to be true. How could a salt water plant so lavishly available and worth $15 per pound just be sitting on our shores without being ransacked?

Read More

  • tilefish

    Tilefish Report from Dock to Dish

    Comment | By

    Friend of Edible Sean Barrett, founder of Dock to Dish, the first community supported fishery on Long Island, sends out a weekly newsletters to his subscribers. It is always jam-packed with information about what’s going on in the fishery, specific species and the men and women who fish our waters. This week: tilefish.

    Read More

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    COOK: Beets Every Which Way

    Comment | By | Photographs by Natalia de Cuba Romero

    Anyone who has grown up being force fed beets from a can may be excused for thinking that beets are flabby, jelly-like disks floating in purple juice and are only pretending to be real vegetables. But there are just a couple of weeks left to Long Island’s spring beet season, and it’s a great time to stop with the excuses and give real natural fresh beets a try.

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