No offense to chestnuts roasting on an open fire. We just prefer them baked inside a portobello mushroom and covered in cheese instead.
Governor Cuomo has announced that $500,000 has been awarded to seven Farm-to-School projects across New York State—and over $162,000 of that funding is coming straight to North and South Fork schools.
Shop like you eat: locally! Stop by Hayground School this Saturday, December 3, for all your local shopping needs.
A selection of some of our favorite locally made food- and drink-related items.
Whether you’re with her or him, these recipes will help pass the time while you wait for the polls to come in
These local Halloween parties will deliver plenty of boos (and booze) this Halloween. The scariest part? Choosing just one.
Want to live a long life? You might need to change the way you’re eating. This course at the Food Lab at Stony Brook Southampton will teach you how.
Cavaniola’s caters hundreds of events each year for others. On September 22, they threw a once-in-a-lifetime wedding for themselves.
It’s never too early to start putting together your Christmas list.
Technology is lending winemakers the tools to show us where the magic happens — and how.
Here’s why we’re voting yes on Proposal 1, the Community Preservation Fund, this November.
The American Farmland Trust recently hosted Long Island Soil Health Field Days on the North and South Forks. Edible’s own Lindsay Morris was there to capture the “dirt.”