No passport is required to enjoy the Fall 2014 travel issue of Edible Long Island.
Konkotey. Banku. Tuo Zafy. Egushi. Yoke Gari. The words sound like a rhythmic chant from a distant land and, indeed, they come from a faraway place. But they are not incantations, they are delicious dishes from Africa, and there is only one restaurant on Long Island where you can get them.
As a little girl, Nicole Basso recalls, her passion for tea and conversation brewed over midnight talks with her grandma.
Two Irish guys and a German walk into a bar…sounds like the beginning of a joke, but what resulted is a thing of beauty: a Long Island–brewed Kölsch-style beer.
In the kitchen of the majestic Glen Oaks Country Club in Old Westbury, chef Alex Lee sits back in his chair and weighs three firm, unapologetically misshapen heirloom tomatoes in a rainbow of hues in his hands. • Photographs by Doug Young
Travel and taste four continents in as many village blocks.
German tradition lives on at Forest Pork Store.
A devotion to mussels.
From roadside taqueria stands to Mayan vegetables cooked on an open fire at Hartwood Restaurant, photo editor Doug Young takes us on a visual trip through Tulum in Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula.
Earlier this summer, and just days apart, Long Island wine country lost two of its own, Ann Marie and Marco Borghese.