As usual, we here at Edible East End have an abundance of spectacular photos that could all make beautiful covers and we would like your help in choosing which image should appear on the front of our first ever innovations issue. Yes, like old Uncle Sam, we want you—to vote.
Basketball! It’s that time again, and Townline BBQ has it set up so you can watch five games in HD at the same time. So settle in and order up some of the food and drink specials.
On Friday, March 21 at the Parrish Art Museum, three of our local winemakers will dish on the subject of “How Do You Bottle Creativity,” while pouring their wines for lucky attendees.
After 26 years as the head of the nonprofit working for the farmers of Long Island, Joseph M. Gergela III will be retiring by the end of the year.
Edible East End and Edible Manhattan are proud to release their first e-books, compilations of some of the best writing on subjects of most interest to our readers.
Reader feedback is the life blood of a publication. We crave your tweets, Facebook reactions and blog comments. So much so we want to feature your words in all the coming issues of our magazine.
There’s a lot of information here about what’s going on in March at the Riverhead Project for colorectal cancer awareness, but it’s worth a read to find out the many ways you can donate to a good cause and put yourself in the running for some great prizes. And if you like the ceremony of the Academy Awards, the restaurant has a great way to celebrate. Dress up and walk the Blue Carpet.
Last month, staff members from Love Lane Kitchen traveled to Guatemala on a mission to bring aid to the hometown of one of their own. Photographer David Benthal took some great pictures of the foods of San Antonios el Angel, where Jazmin Carrillo grew up. She wanted to help the village’s children have some of the advantages she has had, so she started Programa Sueños, charity whose goal is to raise education levels.
Crisp suckling pig, local vegetables and and expert chef. Add to that wine from Wölffer and Bedell. What you get is a delicious dinner at the Topping Rose House to ward off the winter blues. The dinner is $75 per person.
Edible is pleased to be a media sponsor of the upcoming “Conservations With” series at Bridge Gardens. The series is called Long Island Grown: Food & Beverage Artisans At Work and will be moderated by Laura Donnelly, local pastry chef and writer for the East Hampton Star.
Slow Food East End has announced that VIP tickets are available for the fund-raiser. For a $5,000 donation, Club Mezzanine at Kontokosta Winery is being made available for a group of up to 25 guests.
Edible Manhattan’s annual celebration of all things spirits and cocktails will be returning to 82 Mercer Street on Thursday, February 13, starting at 6 p.m. Tickets are $50, for $60 spirits fans can get a ticket and a year’s subscription to the magazine.