The take away from this week’s roundup? We’re all connected in the global food system, for better or for worse. Our editors see the glass half full with these links.
I can highly recommend going to a Snail Dinner, the occasional pot lucks organized by the Slow Food East End. These people can cook and like to eat good food. The idea is to bring something made with local ingredients, harder in winter, but not impossible.
Holed up post-blizzard, our editors consider lobsters with David Foster Wallace, imagine how dietary restrictions would fly in Middle Earth and share Long Island-inspired seafood cookbooks. Dig in.
The holiday season is in full swing from the Montauk Lighthouse to New York City’s Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree. If Black Friday and Cyber Monday didn’t do it for you, this list may help you complete your holiday shopping.
Pour yourself a warm cup of tea, stoke the fire and settle in with our winter issue of Edible Long Island. From Oyster Bay to the Great South Bay, this issue is chock full of warmth and goodness.
Winter on the East End does not mean our farmers are lonely or expect to be forgotten, for our local food scene stays vibrant. And we have plenty to write about.
We’ve recently shared some of our Thanksgiving shopping tips and favorite recipes and would now like to hear from you for a chance to be featured in our next print issue!
Shopping locally is almost as important as eating locally, and shopping for local food and beverages for gifts is the best way to make everyone happy.
We’re super excited about our everybody wins holiday offer, which you can use to spread Edible cheer. Throughout the holidays, when you subscribe to Edible, we’ll give you a gift subscription free!
Food and wine are perennial holiday gifts. At Edible, obviously, we like to keep it local. Some are old favorites and others are newcomers…