If summer is the season for working hard in the food and restaurant business, winter is the time when cooks and restaurateurs on both forks test new dishes, menus and promotions.
Although the East End is small portion of our entire island, we still represent when it comes to food. Don’t just take our word for it. Newsday knows it too.
Starting next month, the James Beard Foundation will launch Taste America: a national tour of 10 cities over five weekends beginning September 20 in Chicago and Miami, and finishing October 19 in Phoenix and Boston. Take part by dining at Scrimshaw
However you celebrate the holidays, once in awhile it might be a good idea to go out to eat and have a choice other than Chinese food.
With many restaurants and food businesses still without power, and big buyers of Long Island produce like J. Kings and Fresh Direct reporting no gas for their fleets, the densely-planted raised beds behind Estia’s restaurant in Sag Harbor provide inspiration for storm-mitigating self-sufficiency.
From June 23 to 30, restaurants across the East End will feature special seasonal prix-fixe menus as part of Eat Drink Local, Edible magazine’s annual celebration of the food chain. The week also includes kickoff events at local farmers markets, special deals at Whole Foods Market, samplings of Long Island wine, and a food and […]
For new series, Food Forward, the folks at PBS have traveled the country to find “food rebels” people they say are transforming our food and the way we eat. Color us unsurprised that friend-of-Edible Sean Barrett is one of the rebels profiled as an innovator and pioneer. I profiled his company, Dock to Dish, and its restaurant supported fishery in Edible Manhattan earlier this year. The series looks great and Sean is very entertaining. Check it out if you’re in the city.