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A tradition is maintained in Sag Harbor.
Chloe Dirksen and Jessica Mortellaro star in a play about two women trying to navigate their fragile freedom upon release from prison.
Here’s the second installment of our staff’s favorite stories and photos from the past year. Part I is here.
Your faves from the past year tell you where to shop, how to cook it, how good the wine is and where to get the coffee to finish the meal or get you going.
For our contributors time and place plays a large role in how something tastes. Or it just tastes good.
With a little planning, hot tea and cocktails can be enjoyed all year long.
A winemaker’s intro to wine, a grandfather’s intro to giblets and the biggest Italian dish to grace a table.
And the Edible community responds.
All of these influences manifest in Uganda’s unique food and culture: from rolex, a breakfast burrito‐type street food cooked on fried Indian chapati bread, to traditional staples such as Matooke (non‐sweet mashed banana) covered in groundnut (peanut sauce).
On hold since 2010 due to the actuality or threat of Late Blight arriving early and devastating the crop, the Quail Hill Farm Great…
Local fare takes a prime spot for a family dinner.