VOTE for the one you like best.
We’re so looking forward to our upcoming fall issue. We talk about eating sea robins, nano breweries, clammers and so much more. But we always need a few more opinions about which photo to put on the cover. They’re all always good, but we can only pick one. Chime in below.
The Long Island wine community is mourning the passing of a regional pioneer and one of the industry’s true icons. Dr. Herodotus “Dan” Damianos, founder of Pindar and Duck Walk Vineyards, passed away on Monday at the age of 83 after a long illness.
Tomorrow, the Peconic Land Trust and the town of Southampton will announce the preservation of and a request for proposals for 33 acres of newly preserved farmland on Head of Pond Road in Water Mill.
It’s election time again! This September, Slow Food East End will elect five chapter leaders (board members). If you are interested in nominating someone, or…
The profound and tragic loss last month of Ann Marie and Marco Borghese was felt throughout the East End. Now the family has issued word about a memorial service for the couple next month on August 16. A ceremony will be held at 3 p.m. at the Our Lady of Ostrabrama Church at 3000 Depot Lane in Cutchogue. That evening from 6 to 8 p.m. there will be a memorial concert at the winery featuring Hugh Prestwood and Friends, who have played there before. Admission is free.
Paul Greenberg has been a good friend to Edible for a while. He has written for us about mackerel and snappers, has provided many a quote when we write about the state of the fisheries and it turns out is good friends with someone I went to college with and his wife. Like they go to Nantucket together every summer. Small world.
After month of assigning, writing, photographing, illustrating and editing, our High Summer issue, due to hit the streets the first week of August, is now in layout. And here comes the fun part. We want to hear from you about which photo you like best for the cover. I think we’ve got some good ones, refreshing drinks, herb cutting, crabs. Take a look and the ballot is below!
It’s been said (and sang) that everybody’s working for the weekend—and with Dan’s Taste of Summer set to return to Bridgehampton this Friday and Saturday, the weekend’s never been quite so worth working for.
Join us and feedfeed in honoring our local farmers, food producers, ranchers, fishermen (and more) by showing us and them the amazing food you make with their products!
Each weekend in July, Lieb Cellars has invited a local vendor to set up a “pop-up” shop in the lounge area of their East Hampton Tasting Room. The vendors will offer their hand-sourced or crafted goods.
Fasten your seat belts, wine lovers. The Long Island Wine Council has partnered up with Delta Airlines to promote our fine island’s wine and it’s sure to be a wild ride.