Welcoming wine’s westward flow.
Sweetness abounds in the summertime on Long Island. Our gardens, farm stands and farmers markets are chock-full of sun-ripened sweetness. From beans and corn to peppers and tomatoes, our summer harvest is as luscious as it is abundant. Still, the sweetest taste of summer comes from Mother Nature’s confection, fruit.
Miss Amy’s Beach Plum Jam.
A timeless town for all ages & stages.
America’s foremost expert on hamburgers fires up the smoker, and our taste buds, too.
Greek eats in Long Island.
A patriarch, an Irish brood and a homegrown chef make pub food sexy.
Whatever the origins, this refreshing cocktail has island-hopped its way north steadily (helped by the fact that it was one of Ernest Hemingway’s favorite tipples), and here on Long Island it is acquiring a local flavor.
Tom Schaudel, taking his Private Stash out for a strut on Sunday as his celebrated restaurant, Jewel, teams up with Paumanok Vineyards for yet another exciting wine dinner in Melville — for which there are still a few seats left.
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.
Savora, a division of Lifetime Brands in Garden City, is quickly raising the bar with its new, high-end line of innovative kitchen tools and gadgets. Created in sleek designs, bold colors and shiny chrome, these once ordinary kitchen gadgets are literally turning heads.
When Michelle and Chris Kelly started baking together, they had no idea that the gluten-free muffins they created in their kitchen and sold at local farmers markets would inspire the business model behind Bayport’s Ms. Michelle’s Urban Gourmet.