The seasonal marching band starts off with the big brass of asparagus.
Invest now to get fresh local produce and poultry all summer long.
Thanks to all Edible readers who voted and asked their friends to vote for the 2015 Local Heroes. We try every day to remind our community the importance of those who work to better our food supply. And we appreciate when you join in to honor those too. Congrats to all the winners and the nominees.
Last year, we got powerful and passionate responses to our vote for your Local Heroes on the East End. For the past few years,…
A short while after moving to the North Fork, I discovered this kind of just-because surprise isn’t unique to Sang Lee Farms. For instance, if you arrive at Harbes too early for fresh cider donuts because the oil isn’t hot yet, at check out, you may find a bag of six waiting for you. They’ll be free because they were made yesterday, but they’ll be tasty all the same.
Sang Lee renews its commitment to healthy living and Asian greens.
Edible is pleased to be a media sponsor of the upcoming “Conservations With” series at Bridge Gardens. The series is called Long Island Grown: Food & Beverage Artisans At Work and will be moderated by Laura Donnelly, local pastry chef and writer for the East Hampton Star.
Open House at Sang Lee on Saturday May 18 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., County Rd 48 Peconic NY
As the days warm, you may also notice something sprouting across our edible landscape, that gives farmers and home gardeners alike a jump on the season: greenhouses.
“It’s no secret that Long Island’s North Fork is paradise for New York food lovers,” the Gotham-based daily email Tasting Table recently declared. Well, duh!
Food and wine are perennial holiday gifts. At Edible, obviously, we like to keep it local. Some are old favorites and others are newcomers…
A few years ago, at the beginning of August, when Sang Lee Farms in Peconic had more heirloom tomatoes than it could immediately sell,…