Edible Finger Lakes

“Welcome to Edible Finger Lakes, a new culinary magazine featuring Central New York. Edible Finger Lakes is dedicated to celebrating and promoting the regional food scene, with a focus on the many farms, vineyards, culinary artisans, chefs and home cooks, farmers’ markets, food shops, country inns, restaurants and cafes.

Our coverage includes the 14 counties in Central New York that surround the Finger Lakes (Monroe, Chemung, Ontario, Tompkins, Schuyler, Wayne, Tioga, Onondaga, Seneca, Yates, Livingston, Cayuga, Cortland and Steuben). With a geographic region of 9,000 square miles, including 2 million acres of dedicated farmland, over 100 vineyards, and a restaurant per capita to rival New York City, the Finger Lakes area is one of the most exciting and fastest growing culinary hot spots in the country.”… Read the rest

Edible Manhattan


“Start spreading the news: the Edible family of magazines has made it to Manhattan. It’s harvest season in the tri-state region and you hold in your hands the first picking of a crop that’s already blossomed across the nation, upstate, out on the Island, and just over the Brooklyn Bridge. Like the American Food renaissance it celebrates, the first Edible sprouted in California, heralding the homegrown flavors of a surf town called Ojai.

When Saveur magazine knighted the little lip-smacking newsletter as one of its favorite things in America, something remarkable began. Across the country, from Boston to Austin and from the Front Range to the Finger Lakes, people who care about real food got inspired to publish collections of love letters to place-based taste. New … Read the rest

Edible Brooklyn


“Brimming with engaging stories and enticing photography, Edible Brooklyn defines and honors Brooklyn cuisine. But it’s much more than glam-shots and restaurant reviews. This is a magazine with an opinion, one that advocates for preserving food traditions, savoring food experiences, and pulling back the curtain on where Brooklyn’s food comes from and how it gets here.”

http://www.ediblebrooklyn.com… Read the rest