Notes from the Age of Provenance.
With this Drinks Issue, Edible East End marks its 10th anniversary. Back then there was some lobbying to call the book Edible Hamptons. (How…
What if our four magazines united, like extended clan around a groaning table, and printed the magazine version of a turkey with all the trimmings—one giant feast of an issue, featuring Edible stories from across our region?
No passport is required to enjoy the Fall 2014 travel issue of Edible Long Island.
Some families are blessed to have a doctor in the house. Other families count their lucky stars to have an attorney among their ranks. Betsy Davidson’s family has far more auspicious bragging rights: they count an honest to goodness hamburger expert as one of their own.
While culturally Walt Disney might be one of our most quintessential dreamer-doers, this spring “Innovation” issue of Edible Long Island proves that Long Island has always been ripe with entrepreneurial dreamers who get things done.
Putting this issue together has been one delectable experience after another.
From the moment Edible Long Island was a mere twinkle in my eye, six years ago, to its conception 18 months ago, I have felt like a proud and giddy mom-to-be.
As the adage goes, “Good things come to those who wait.” Well, Long Island, you have waited, and good things are coming your way. Welcome to the first issue of Edible Long Island.