Edible will be sharing Lindsay Morris’s Farmer Portraits throughout this summer. Here, she introduces her beautiful and important series with a portrait of Quail Hill Farm’s Scott Chaskey.
For Kelly Ann Smith’s story on Albie Lester’s clam rake collection in our High Summer issue, photo editor Lindsay Morris visited his barn and came away with these beautiful portraits of a tool that has helped sustain local baymen for hundreds of years.
The Sag Harbor Elementary School held its fifth annual Multi-Culti Night this month to celebrate the varied heritage of its students and eat some really good food.
Edible East End’s photo editor has the luxury of photographing scores of talented food artisans and working with some pretty exceptional photographers. Here are a few selected images from the many food stories told in Edible East End in 2013.
Last Saturday night, this Edible photo editor shot from 5 p.m. until the sky started to brighten at 4 a.m., attending the Bambini Ball, Edible’s Eat Drink Local Food and Film night at Marder’s, and the all-night reggae party at East Hampton Bowling–Red Bull not included.
What happens when you stop eating for seven days. If someone told you that a fast was more about eating than not eating, would…
Farming isn’t always pretty. That’s why we’re often glad to be kept in the dark about our food’s genesis.