Lisa and Anthony Sannino’s vineyard, winery and inn are recognized as one of 10 places in the world to visit this year.
Support the Greenport Slow Food garden by eating as much soup as you can.
Bring your kids and feast on variety of food, color and culture at Pierson High School’s Multi-Cultural Night.
Members of the Long Island Wine Council and the community gathered at Raphael to toast to wine country’s founding in 1973.
If you haven’t had the chance to see the award-winning short about East End farmers, the Quogue Library will be showing it for free on Sunday, January 20 at 2 p.m.
A reason to look forward to February on the East End. Winterfest: Jazz on the Vine is a six-weekend event of concerts, wine and great deals on lodging.
For the upcoming year, we’d like to hear from you about people whose kitchen you’d like to get a peek into, or people who you think need a little recognition for the work they do.
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.
Last week the New York Times ran an article about sparkling wine for the holidays. And they had the great idea to limit their samples to wines from California and from New York, 20 bottles from each state.
Approximately $18,000 was raised last year and was used to fund stipends to three master farmers to work with sixteen East End schools which have edible school garden programs.
This weekend, Greenport Village will be transformed into a food and wine celebration to benefit Southold Project in Aquaculture Training and the Greenport American Legion skating…
Edible deputy editor Eileen M. Duffy has won a fellowship to attend the Symposium for Profesional Wine Writers in February. Ten writers of all fellowship applicants…