Grab your ticket now for the Great Chefs Dinner to benefit the Hayground School’s cutting-edge cooking curriculum. It’s shaping up to be one of the tastiest events of the summer, and Edible will be there.
East Hampton Gourmet Food, which will be featured in our High Summer issue coming out in August, has pledged 10 percent of its proceeds to The Animal Rescue Fund starting July 1 and ending July 31.
Celebrate the natural beauty of the East End and kick off the season at Group for the East End’s Dive Into Summer Gala.
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.
From cured meats to weird grapes, these projects are sure to yield some tasty, unique products. That’s all thanks to the money they raised through the nonprofit website Kickstarter.
Navy Beach will host a cocktail party to benefit the Navy SEAL Foundation. It will be the official kick-off to a month of fundraising efforts at the restaurant. For a $35 entry
donation, guests will be able to mingle with a retired Navy SEAL and Navy SEAL Foundation representatives while enjoying live music by Nancy Atlas, local wines provided by Lieb Cellars, beer from Brooklyn Brewery and light bites.
Long Island-based artists can submit artwork of any medium by May 31 that must feature, or be inspired by, eelgrass meadows.
The Edible School Garden Group and Slow Food East End are joining forces with Jamie Oliver’s East End Ambassador Frank Trentacoste to sponsor a Food Revolution Day.
The annual fundraiser for Tuckahoe School will feature the Food Network’s Karine Bakhoum; restaurants, wineries, bakeries and breweries will all show off their wares.
The first Shellabration, a fundraiser and mini restaurant and winery tour, attracted about 746 people over two days, says John Kramer, the Southold resident who came up with the idea.
Approximately $18,000 was raised last year and was used to fund stipends to three master farmers to work with sixteen East End schools which have edible school garden programs.