Don’t miss keynote speakers Pati Jinich and Colin Ambrose, as the conference tackles the timely theme of “Eat Global . . . Cook Local.”
Great things happen when Colin Ambrose and the Sag Harbor Express come together to host a block party.
Eat, drink, and earn good karma at this event to benefit ALS Ride for Life, Project Most, and Slow Food East End.
Watch Steve Haweeli interview friend-of-Edible Colin Ambrose, the chef-owner of Estia’s, and Laura Donnelly of the East Hampton Star.
East End chef Colin Ambrose reports from his time at the Food Business School.
Last year, we got powerful and passionate responses to our vote for your Local Heroes on the East End. For the past few years,…
Colin Ambrose of Estia’s Little Kitchen paired farmers and chefs for a carrotpalooza. • Photographs by Lindsay Morris
Chef Gerry Hayden has been in our hearts since he learned he has ALS. He still goes to work every day, is teaching cooking classes and appears at fund-raisers, tirelessly telling the story of the disease and how it has affected his life. Here’s another way to help him at a multi-chef tasting organized by Slow Food at Kontokosta Winery on February 23.
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.
A lifetime of cooking experiences coalesces in a roadside restaurant. Skepticism played over the documentary film director’s face after he crossed the unpaved parking…