Join us and feedfeed in honoring our local farmers, food producers, ranchers, fishermen (and more) by showing us and them the amazing food you make with their products!
This may very well be one of the best deals over Memorial Day Weekend. A fundraiser for the Moriches Bay Project on Friday night, May 24, will be held at the Windswept Marina starting at 6 p.m. Tickets are $50!
Food waste emits so much carbon dioxide, if it were a country, it’d be third behind China and the U.S. Learn how to use food products as natural dyes for fabric with STAINED.
I once attended a horseradish party in someone’s backyard where men showed up with three Cuisinarts to which they had dedicated the shredding of horseradish. Once fresh horseradish goes into a kitchen appliance the flavor and aroma are never go out.
Edible East End and Edible Long Island are proud media sponsors of this event, which will bring together parties interested in promoting social, economic and ecological sustainability on Long Island.
In our spring “Innovation” issue, we are reminded that Long Island has always been ripe with an entrepreneurial spirit and a can-do attitude. To that point, I would like to offer a few teasers from this issue:
This is your chance to take a drive out to Long Island Wine Country, marvel at the green shoots poking through the thawed ground, pick up lunch on Love Lane and hear some live music while tasting the newest releases at our wineries.
Supposedly there’ll be some snow on Thursday, but by the weekend, you’ll be ready to clap your hands and dance. Check out the flamenco guitar duo Saturday afternoon at Bedell and imagine you’re in the south of Spain
On behalf of the readers of Edible Long Island, I would like to thank Gov. Andrew Cuomo for directing the formation of a task force that seeks to ensure New York State agencies, which deal with farmers, communicate regularly and efficiently with the intent of unsnarling the labyrinth of regulations on farms.
After 26 years as the head of the nonprofit working for the farmers of Long Island, Joseph M. Gergela III will be retiring by the end of the year.
Hey now! Tuesday, March 4 is Mardi Gras. While Long Island lacks some of the zaniness of the Big Easy, there are beaucoup places to head to if you are fixin’ to let the good times roll. There will be beads and doubloons aplenty, but you had better make reservations because these joints will be jumpin’. Awrite, den.
There’s a lot of information here about what’s going on in March at the Riverhead Project for colorectal cancer awareness, but it’s worth a read to find out the many ways you can donate to a good cause and put yourself in the running for some great prizes.