Read Our Launch Issue Now on Any Screen: Greenlawn Pickles, Fire Island Clams, a Melville Chef, and Stony Brook’s Rooftop Garden

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“Summertime, and the livin’ is easy…”

We couldn’t agree more. And just in time for the dog days, we are proud to share the launch issue of Edible Long Island. Whether you live on Long Island, or want to spend more time there, Edible Long Island is your guide to the burgeoning food and drink culture of Nassau County and western Suffolk counties. To find the digital version that’s right for you, click here. Read it on your iPad, iPhone, or Android device. Or grab the full-size digital magazine for big screens.

In this inaugural installation, Edible Long Island shares the best our island has to offer in these warm summer months. Fall is right around the corner so take full advantage of these dog days while they last. Hop on a ferry and venture to Fire Island to forage for a clam dinner, nosh on some local fried clams at The Shack in Centerport or dine on lobster at Tom Schaudel’s Jewel in Melville. We have recipes for what is in season and a listing of over 40 farmers markets on the island. Learn about a rooftop farm at Stony Brook University Hospital and the history behind Greenlawn’s Pickle Festival.

Pour yourself a chilled glass of a Long Island rosé, put your feet up and relax, the chilly days of pumpkins, apples and chowders are right around the corner (as is the first print issue of Edible Long Island, available at farmers markets, restaurants, wine shops and newsstands).

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P.S. Don’t miss out on any of our upcoming issues. Subscribe here or give the gift of Edible Long Island. As a subscriber, you get first dibs on Edible events and discounts from our food and drink partners. Learn more here.

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