We here at Edible East End love our readers—so much so that we’re hosting a FREE event for you this Monday, June 23, to kick off Eat Drink Local Week at La Brisa in Montauk. So please, join us from 6:00–8:00 PM for an evening of delicious fun.
Summer is worth celebrating, don’t you think? And what better way to celebrate its arrival on Saturday than at Navy Beach in Montauk, at their “Honoring our Warriors. Supporting their Families.” cocktail party set to benefit the Navy SEAL Foundation?
June 8th was a happy day in Greenport, a day during which residents and visitors alike came together to celebrate the refurbishment of the town’s legendary chowder contest––now, the first annual Chowder Fest.
Save the date, East Enders! Sylvester Manor is set to host its third annual Farm to Table Dinner on Saturday, June 28th, and you’ve all been invited to attend. The event, for which tickets are available now, will begin at 6:30PM with a selection of local wines and hors d’Oeuvres—the perfect pre-game for the dinner’s main event featuring in-season produce straight off the farm.
“Kale is superior to all other foods on the planet when it comes to its micronutrient content,”writes Rip Esselsytn, professional triathlete, turned Austin firefighter, turned international advocate for the heart-healing value of vegetables in his 2013 cookbook, My Beef With Meat.
Some summers I go to a chowder contest and act like it’s work. “It’s me again,” I say, rolling my eyes. “I’ve been assigned to cover this chowder contest. Would you mind giving me a second taste?” The chowder ladler rolls her eyes and doles out a little more of their New England-style (my favorite), with mock commiseration. Truth is, I’ve assigned the contest to myself and have been known to spend a Saturday hitting contests on both forks.
Brooklyn Uncorked was a great event. This was after they kicked us all out.
This may very well be one of the best deals in Hamptons over Memorial Day Weekend. A fundraiser for the Moriches Bay Project on Friday night, May 24, will be held at the Windswept Marina starting at 6 p.m. Tickets are $50!
Each year the opening of the tourist information booths run by the North Fork Promotional Council mark a change of season. We’re ready for…
Save the date, August 3, for the Great Chefs Dinner, a fundraiser for student-collaborative kitchen and garden at Hayground School. Learn more about it with this interview with Toni Ross of Nick & Toni’s and one of the school’s founders.
It’s that time of the week again, East Enders. It’s time to celebrate the upcoming arrival of the weekend and make some tasty plans. And, luckily for you, this week you won’t have to look very far to find some: on Saturday, May 3rd, Bridgehampton’s own Topping Rose House will host its first ever Pork & Craft Beer Festival.
Josh Levine was a young farmer who loved his work on the East End. In the past four years, the foundation has raised funds to benefit the Summer Search Program, the Nutritious Delicious School Cookbook, and the Slow Food East End Chapter Farm Intern program, among other projects.