Edible will be sharing Lindsay Morris’s Farmer Portraits throughout this summer. Here, she introduces her beautiful and important series with a portrait of Quail Hill Farm’s Scott Chaskey.
At the Common Table With Quail Hill Farm.
On hold since 2010 due to the actuality or threat of Late Blight arriving early and devastating the crop, the Quail Hill Farm Great…
Light’s legacy is 220 acres of preserved land that includes a nonprofit organic farm.
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Colin Ambrose of Estia’s Little Kitchen paired farmers and chefs for a carrotpalooza. • Photographs by Lindsay Morris
The Chew, the ABC afternoon show about food featuring well known chefs and lifestyle gurus, was making its way around the South Fork yesterday filming for an upcoming episode. At the center of the tour was Jeff Negron, known to many on the East End as one of Slow Food East End’s master farmers.
Stay tuned for the next installment of the collaboration with Edible, which had us recently strolling the fields of Amber Waves Farm with one of our favorite bloggers, Jodi Moreno from What’s Cooking Good Looking, harvesting some amazing produce for her to cook with!
Last week, feedfeed, the cooking inspiration app, started a contest in conjunction with Edible to show us your local bounty before-and-after pics. In other words, go to the farmers market, share a picture of what you take home, and then share a pic of what you made, all the while tagging it #feedfeed.
By reading Chaskey’s book, what kind of life-changing content would I discover that might require another major adjustment to my world view and a response to a critical call to action?
The East End’s oldest community farm carries on.
A thing of beauty is a joy forever—be it a poem or a perfectly ripe tomato. And as we learned from Geraldine Pluenneke’s 2009 story, “The Poet, Grounded,” the joys of the page and palate converge at Amagansett’s own Quail Hill Farm in the shape of its director, Scott Chaskey.