Philosofit is celebrating its recent expansion by giving away 4 of its Pilates Mat classes to one lucky Edible reader.
The East End’s original comfort food was also a dish of thrift.
The stories and drinks compiled in this issue will carry you away—not necessarily to the mountains, ocean or countryside, but to places better still.
To earn it, the animals must spend three months in the Great South Bay.
Memories of hoary shucking knives and chowders past.
On both the North and South forks, East End dairy farmers are offering locals a creamy, unfiltered taste of the past.
Kelly Urbanik Koch relocated from Napa Valley to the North Fork in 2006—and has never looked back.
Allow us to introduce you to one of the city’s best-kept dining secrets.
Our favorite drinking village with a fishing problem ain’t dead—or completely gentrified—just yet.
Once the old-timers left, the clams did, too. • Photographs by Randee Daddona
In a world where people are still adjusting to screw caps on wine bottles, the folks at Bridge Lane in Mattituck are willing to push the packaging a little further.
What do you do when you love your Valentine, but your Valentine mostly just loves food? You wait for the Edible Valentine’s Day Gift Guide.