This time of year, with most farm stands shuttered, roadside signs for any fresh comestibles, whether oysters or sacks of spuds, fill us with joy, shining like bountiful beacons through a post-harvest fog. Where do you still get farm-fresh produce?
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A couple days ago Diane Rehm caught up with Wendell Berry, the poet laureate and moral compass of the American food community, he echoed many of the compelling — and painful — points he made in a conversation I had with him when he was in New York recently to pick up a James Beard Foundation award.
The Edible Brooklyn cookbook is a $18.95 value, and a perfect addition to any kitchen, whether in Brooklyn or beyond, not to mention a great gift for Hanukkah, Christmas, a birthday, or any special occasion.
You knew the Greek Church of Southampton turned out amazing eats for its summertime festival. But did you know they cook and sell selected items year-round?
Why we’ve already booked our seat for this mashup of food and conversation.
With many restaurants and food businesses still without power, and big buyers of Long Island produce like J. Kings and Fresh Direct reporting no gas for their fleets, the densely-planted raised beds behind Estia’s restaurant in Sag Harbor provide inspiration for storm-mitigating self-sufficiency.
I’m writing from a makeshift post-Sandy desk outside the prep kitchen at Beacon Restaurant in Sag Harbor, where Chef Sam McClelland and staff are shuttling food from the freezer at Bell & Anchor–where power is out after three electrical poles went down on Long Beach– to the working refrigerators here. I’m sorry to report the food in our home fridge has already started to spoil.
My local cheese shop, Cavaniola’s, is closed for the week. Fortunately, we stocked up on Friday. Even better, Cavaniola’s has opened a location in Tribeca, the keystone cheesemonger in the new All Good Things market, alongside Orwasher’s Bread, Dickson’s Farmstead Meats, Blue Bottle coffee, a restaurant, a bar and more to attract crowds of hungry New Yorkers.
Our fall issue is just oozing with juicy reads. It won’t hit doorsteps for a few days. Fortunately, for those who just can’t wait, our digital edition is available now! It’s FREE from any smartphone, tablet or computer.
We’re currently debating what to put on the cover of our Fall issue that hits the streets next week–red grape crush, a one-man dairy, CSA pick-up, crusty Blue Duck Bakery bread. So, we now put the query to those who know us best: Our readers. Which one of the these covers are you digging? What image says fall on the East End?
Until 6 pm today, take 50% off tickets to Edible Escape–our second annual travel tasting party next month where we’ve lined up an exotic…