It’s coming down harder now. It’s not like the New Hampshire hard snow, which is four inches around and covers everything in five minutes. It’s covering everything in a veneer of light and fluffy, as if your favorite down pillow sprung a leak. My thirst grows with physical activity of the snow. Hauling wood insideContinue Reading
Each month this year Relish will be presenting a weekend long collaboration with local breweries, wineries and farms.
I always buy those boxes of clementines around the holidays. About half of them end up juiced into Prosecco or peeled and eaten as a snack, but mostly they look nice as holiday tabletop decor.
If you happen to have a few left over and in good shape, try them in a salsa.
On Tuesday, January 14, we celebrated the winter issue of Edible Long Island and Brooklyn Brewery’s latest brew, Fire & Ice at Bobbique, Patchogue’s destination for tasty barbecue, sultry blues and the best local craft beers. Check out some photos by our own Doug Young.
This Friday, January 17, Patchogue’s BrickHouse Brewery will host a fundraiser for Ursala Altomare or the “warrior goddess,” as her friends lovingly call her. Altomare has been holistically battling leukemia since diagnosed in October 2013. Her conscious decision to forego conventional treatment is an expensive proposition, and not covered by insurance, because it doesn’t followContinue Reading
Our editors consider some of the food system’s biggest debates this week with reads on the reality of Fair Trade certification, GMO-phobia and the Gulf’s so-called “dead zone.”
Long Island’s Winterfest 2014 Live on the Vine is in its seventh year; wineries and musicians and bed-and-breakfasts and restaurants team up to cater to tourists and locals alike.
On Tuesday, January 14, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. we will celebrate the winter issue of Edible Long Island and Brooklyn Brewery’s latest brew, Fire & Ice at Bobbique, Patchogue’s destination for tasty barbecue, sultry blues and the best local craft beers.