As we eagerly await East by Northeast’s reopening, we take a journey back into the kitchen of Montauk’s best chef.
A recent event by Sylvester Manor and the Eastville Community Historical Society reminds us of the unifying power of food—and inspires writer Kelly Ann Smith to share a family recipe for Irish Soda Bread.
Thousands of East End natives live with Lyme disease. Meet the doctors working to treat them.
Our seed diversity is in great danger. Meet the East Enders working to preserve it.
On December 12, Southampton saw a miraculous joint effort in tamale-making to celebrate another miracle: the story behind the Feast of our Lady of Guadalupe.
One Jewish chef creates an alternative to Chinese food for Christmas Eve.
Rejoice, literary-minded locavores. Stephen Massimilla and Myra Kornfeld have written the cookbook of your dreams.
Join the Perfect Earth Project and the Nature Conservancy for a free workshop on Sunday, October 9.
More than a few Edible favorites are on the shelves at this new market in Montauk.
Decoys were originally a tool meant to help hunters shoot birds to eat. In Sag Harbor, Bob Hand Sr. elevates them from tool to art.
The struggle to find Sea Bean Natural Food Company’s food truck is real—but at our Food Truck Derby on Friday, August 19, the struggle will be over.
What happens when two retired businessmen and a gardener extraordinaire acquire 4-plus acres of farmland, put up two hoop houses and hire a field manager to grow organic crops for local food pantries? Food Pantry Farm in East Hampton.