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LUCKYRICE Dishes Out Some of the City’s Best Asian-Inspired Food and Drink

From Edible Brooklyn

Their most recent feast popped up just blocks away from Brooklyn’s Chinatown and they’ll return this fall.

LUCKYRICE, the long-running series of night markets, festivals and tasting parties, hosted its 7th annual Lucky Feast last month at Industry City. Just blocks away from Brooklyn’s Chinatown, chefs and restaurants from all over the city joined to celebrate Asian food and culture.

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Chef Opportunity 

Chef wanted with international culinary experience that incorporates the best local, seasonal ingredients to create delicious clean food. Dinner Wednesday – Sunday full-time, working in the beautiful beach resort of Bridgehampton, NY. Position available immediately. Lodging included.


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.

Source: Chef Opportunity | Eat Drink Think Share

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2nd Annual Santa Barbara Food & Wine Weekend


2nd Annual Santa Barbara Food & Wine Weekend
April 16-19
Bacara Resort & Spa


VIP Passes include admission to the enclosed events, as well as an exclusive Saturday night reception with Kurt Russell. (Photo: Justin Melnick)

Join the celebration of Santa Barbara County’s best chefs, artisans, winemakers and farmers. Now in its second year, the Santa Barbara Food & Wine Weekend showcases the distinct tastes, sights and sounds of the region while bringing cutting-edge culinary talent from across the country to Santa Barbara.


Edible Communities News: 2nd Annual Santa Barbara Food & Wine Weekend.


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The Most Innovative Women in Food and Drink

Congratulations!!! Tracey Ryder and Carole Topalian

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Co-founders, Edible Communities

Ryder and Topalian’s credo: If you want to eat local, it helps to read local. The two co-founded Edible magazine, now with about 80 regional editions around the U.S. and Canada, from Hawaii to Toronto. They are adding about 10 more every year through a licensing model. They were really the first publishing company, and are now the largest, to make the hyper-local food movement their focus. To keep the discussion going, Ryder and Topalian launched the Edible Institute, an annual two-day forum about the present and future state of local food.

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Edible DC publisher Susan Able says, ‘If you want to eat local . . . read local’

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Susan Able was working in management at Deloitte Consulting and obsessing about food in her spare time when she heard something that intrigued her: The license to publish a Washington-area version of the James Beard Award-winning Edible Communities magazine was up for grabs. As it happened, Able was looking for a career move to “something mission-driven,” and she adored the brand for its commitment to local producers and their stories.

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 Edible DC publisher Susan Able says, ‘If you want to eat local . . . read local’ – The Washington Post.

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