The second annual Westhampton Beach Oyster Festival will be shucking and dancing next Saturday at the village marina at the end of Library Avenue.
Harvest season is always a great time to visit the East End and take in our vineyards, farm stands and farmers markets. Many markets and stands will start to close next month, so get your vegetables now.
The event, A Love Shared, will take place on Sunday, October 13. Tickets, of which only 200 are available, are $250 each. Once tickets sell out, donations are appreciated to help Gerry reach his goal of $75,000.
The first print issue of Edible Long Island has arrived and we couldn’t be happier, or more gratified. In fact, we are so happy we are having a launch party. Join us on Wednesday, November 6, from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at Jewel Restaurant in Melville and help us bask in the moment.
All weekend, oysters from Widow’s Hole will be popping and local beer will be pouring.
The roving culinary circus, with an impossibly long table, returns to EECO Farm for a one-night-only feast in the field, September 10.
Starting next month, the James Beard Foundation will launch Taste America: a national tour of 10 cities over five weekends beginning September 20 in Chicago and Miami, and finishing October 19 in Phoenix and Boston. Take part by dining at Scrimshaw
Support the work of Cornell Cooperative Extension of Suffolk County’s Marine Program by dining at local restaurants.
Squid in the maize? This unlikely thought managed to conjure up some culinary magic by two competing chefs at New York Sea Grant’s second annual Chef Seafood Throwdown on August 9 at Grown on Long Island Day.
Call for Entries!
We may not be Iowa when it comes to area farmed, but here on Long Island, we have been celebrating agriculture for a long time. And we have our very own county fair to prove it.
Meet in New Suffolk for a perfect end-of-summer evening on the North Fork. Enjoy fresh, briny local oysters, savory hors d’oeuvres, champagne and wine at a very special, private waterfront venue!
The height of the summer brings the harvest of bursting fruits and vegetables. And traffic. But if you plan it right, the weekend can be filled with an easy-going food and wine experience.