Dan’s Taste of Two Forks is now taking over a weekend. In addition to the walkaround tasting on Saturday night, local and New York City chefs will be competing to become the GrillHampton Master Chef.
The Peconic Land Trust invites you to bring your children to Bridge Gardens for a fun, interactive workshop using the vegetables growing right in the garden.
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In August, AFTEE will be hosting a dance party with with food trucks serving local goods. And they’re looking for participants.
The Peconic Land Trust will offer a three-part series of photography workshops led by Edible photographer Ellen Watson.
Summer is indeed here, even if the weather doesn’t feel like it. But we all feel like easting and taking part in the food community. Here’s some ideas to keep you busy this weekend.
The Amagansett Food Institute is hosting a workshop on the ways in which the new Food Safety Modernization Act will affect East End farmers.
Part or AFTEE’s goal is to keep it affordable. So 1,000 $50 tickets will go on sale at noon for East End residents. Buy tickets here.
Bridging the gap by going to seed.
This Sunday, June 2, at 2 p.m. Hallockville Museum Farm will be hosting friend of Edible, Steph Gaylor of Invincible Summer Farms, as she gives a presentation about heirloom vegetables and seed-saving.
The Greenport Farmers Market’s yearly fundraiser is this Saturday and tickets are going fast. The event will take place at the Greenport Harbor Brewing Company with an array of food from local restaurants and purveyors as well as local wine and of course Greenport Harbor beer.
With Brooklyn Uncorked mere days away (woo hoo!), I’m finding myself unendingly thirsty for local grapes.