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December 13th is Santa Lucia, a Swedish holiday made famous by its eponymous sweets. Try our recipe to make them at home!
They say you can’t buy good taste—but, on the East End, you certainly can gift it.
Baby, it’s cold outside. Here’s where to welcome the season with fun and festive events—and then where to eat, drink, and be merry afterwards.
It doesn’t matter if you’re naughty or nice. Here are some of our favorite food- and drink-related finds this year.
Reconnect with the East End’s culinary past by recreating this 1800s-era recipe in the present.
What’s the secret to a happy holiday season? Love, family, and coquito—Puerto Rican eggnog.
Developed in the 1860s, this recipe makes some delicious holiday cookies—while satisfying a craving for home.
Running out of time for holiday shopping? Don’t worry, these East End shops have got your back.
Festive and beautifully decorated homes will open their doors for The Cutchogue Holiday House Tour on Saturday, December 3. There will be six stops in…
Shop like you eat: locally! Stop by Hayground School this Saturday, December 3, for all your local shopping needs.
For us at Edible, the act of supporting your local food and drink maker is always patriotic. It helps create “a more perfect union,” between farmer and eater, so to speak. To sweeten the deal, consider the American flag tart at Lucy’s Whey and some other locavore suggestions for this historic weekend.