If your heading to Cape Cod in these last few weeks of Summer, be sure to click below, to find out where to visit and where to eat.
Join us on our summer road trip to Cape Cod as we explore the food and culture in some of the 15 towns that make up the Cape. Our guest and guide is Dianne Langeland, who along with her husband Doug, has been publishing Edible Cape Cod since July 2004. We’ll start at the end of the Cape in Provincetown where we are introduced to a Portuguese bakery in operation for more than 100 years.
For lot’s of information and tips, click below. Have a lobster for me!
Source: Edible Travel – The Cape Cod Road Trip
Hope to see you all there!
Who Should Attend?
Food entrepreneurs, food writers, culinary and hospitality students, chefs, restaurant managers/owners, farmers market managers, food retailers…and anyone who is passionate about food and the ways in which it impacts our world.
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From Edible Long Island
Lavender by the Bay Blooms in East Marion
By We Know Stuff Photos by Denine Anderson Regan
In case you’re wondering, the rumors are true. At Lavender by the Bay, fields of lavender stretch as far as the eye can see when the flowers are in bloom.
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Source: Family Day Trip: Lavender by the Bay
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Intimate Gatherings, Cocktail Parties, and Business Meetings come to life in the historic and private settings of the Bridgehampton Inn & Restaurant. The warmth of the main dining room, the cozy 1795 bar, on the covered outdoor patio beneath the cryptomerias & Japanese maple: all are made available for any noteworthy occasion. Please let us know how you envision utilizing the spaces at our Inn & Restaurant.
Congratulations to our own Stephanie Jane Carter, Publisher and Editor of Edible New Orleans
LDEI Names 2016 Legacy Award Winners
LOUISVILLE, KY (June 7, 2016) – Six professional women chosen as this year’s Les Dames d’Escoffier International (LDEI) Legacy Award recipients, have each earned a mentoring opportunity delivered by six of the organization’s distinguished members. Click to tweet: http://ctt.ec/xKf2e
This year’s winners, Staci Mickelson, St. Paul, MN; Jovan Sage, Brunswick, GA; Sue Coraggio Snape, Marietta, GA; Stephanie Jane Carter, New Orleans, LA; Sunita de Tourreil, Palo Alto, CA; and Jane Copeland, North Vancouver, BC, will each participate in a high-energy, labor-intensive, and career-expanding week customized by hosting Dames. http://bit.ly/LegacyAwardRecipients2016
LDEI is an organization of women leaders in food, beverage and hospitality whose mission is education and philanthropy for the good of the global community.
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Source: Les Dames d’Escoffier International (LDEI)
From Edible Brooklyn
The founder of the Coney Island Circus Sideshow shares his favorite addresses.
Nathan’s Famous turns 100 this year, and eating one of their Coney Island hot dogs is a rite of passage for every New Yorker. Coney Island has been a nearby paradise on the seashore for almost two centuries. My own grandfather Isadore Seiger owned and operated the Boston Hotel and movie theater for a few brief years in the mid-1920’s, which may explain why I love going there so much.
And while I appreciate a great hot dog as much as everyone else, I had to wonder what other edible secrets could be found along this well-visited stretch of Atlantic coastline. And who better to ask than the Honorary Mayor of Coney Island himself, Dick Zigun?
Zigun is the founder of the Coney Island Circus Sideshow, which boasts sword swallowers, fire eaters, contortionists, magicians, comedians, musicians, yoyo acrobats, strongmen—everything you would hope to find at a circus sideshow. As I hoped, Zigun gamely agreed to share some of his preferred Coney eateries, and his favorite food at each one.
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Source: A Curated Visit to Coney Island
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Welcome Edible Alaska to the Edible Communities Family
Congratulate them on their first issue.
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