Industrial powers are changing the definition of what it means to be organic. The Real Organic Project—and East End farmers—are pushing back.
Even vampires scream for garlic-flavored ice cream.
Brace yourselves; heritage turkeys are coming to Garden of Eve Farm in Riverhead (and to farmers markets further afield, too).
Invest now to get fresh local produce and poultry all summer long.
My kids like garlic ice cream. Who knew? This unusual treat was at Garden of Eve’s annual garlic festival last weekend.
How to celebrate our favorite Mexican/American holiday when avocados aren’t local and there’s that lime shortage? Out East Foodie Laura Luciano scoured the farmers markets (Riverhead is a favorite) local shops and fish stores to come up with some ideas.
Since the lead-up to its stellar debut in February, the Riverhead farmers market has been drawing crowds and new vendors, and will now be open year-round.
The staff that eats together, stays together.
We always wonder about how food and wine producers eat. Gourmet dinners every night, or do they stand over the sink eating fried baloney with hot sauce? Check out this slideshow.
Edible writer Joanne Pateman has been visiting local restaurants and farms to see how the staff eats. At Garden of Eve everyone pitches in and sometimes romance blooms around the farm table.
Oktoberfest is hosted in Munich, Bavaria, Germany, but you’re currently in New York. No sweat, though. You can still celebrate with Oktoberfest Bestfest, Edible’s compilation of five Oktoberfest-themed events.
It’s the 10th year for the Riverhead-based garlic festival at Garden of Eve. Expect the usual stinky stuff, like garlic ice cream, a more organic varieties of garlic than you can count along with the garlic eating contest and a garlic cook-off with local chefs.