Vote on the Cover Image for our Coming Fall Issue

We’re currently debating what to put on the cover of our Fall issue that hits the streets next week–red grape crush, a one-man dairy, CSA pick-up, crusty Blue Duck Bakery bread. So, we now put the query to those who know us best: Our readers. Which one of the these covers are you digging? What image says fall on the East End?

We’re currently debating what to put on the cover of our Fall issue that hits the streets next week. What provocative autumnal choices are we considering, you might ask? Well, we’re at a standstill in the discussion. Contenders include photographs by Lindsay Morris and Randee Daddona of the red grape crush at Channing Daughters Winery, Chris Wines’s one-man dairy on Sound Avenue in Aquebogue, a CSA pickup from Quail Hill, community gardening in Riverhead that is part of Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Healthy Places project, Peconic Community School students at the Golden Earthworm farm, and mouth-watering roasting herbs and crusty Blue Duck Bakery bread from a dinner party at East End Hospice president Priscilla Ruffin’s home.

So, we thought we’d put the query to those who know us best: Our readers. Which one of the above covers are you digging? What image say fall on the East End? Let us know in the comments below. We can’t guarantee we’ll agree with you, but we’ll at least consider your feelings!

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Brian is the editor in chief of Edible East End, Edible Long Island, Edible Manhattan and Edible Brooklyn. He writes from his home in Sag Harbor, New York, where he and his family tend a home garden and oysters. He is also obsessed with ducks, donuts and dumplings.