News for Foodies 04.04.19

A Moveable Feast          

Slow Food East End and the Joshua Levine Memorial Foundation will hold their annual Moveable Feast food-tasting fund-raiser at the Dodds and Eder landscape design showroom in Sag Harbor on Sunday from 4 to 7 p.m. A roster of the East End’s most notable chefs will create dishes for the event, wine and beer from local vineyards and craft brewers will be offered, and there will be a silent auction of items donated by members of the food community. Tickets are $100 per person for Slow Food members and $150 for nonmembers. Proceeds will help support more than 25 local school gardens. Tickets are available online at slowfoodeastend.org.

Artists and Writers

The next Artists and Writers Night at Almond in Bridgehampton will feature Steven Gaines, the best-selling author of “Philistines at the Hedgerow,” on Tuesday at 7. Mr. Gaines will read from his new memoir, “One of These Things First.” A three-course family-style meal will be served. The cost is $45 and includes a glass of wine or beer plus tax but not gratuity. Reservations, which are required, are by calling the restaurant.

For Passover and Easter

The Art of Eating in Bridgehampton is offering special catering menus for the upcoming religious holidays. The prepared main dishes for Passover include slow-braised brisket with roasted potatoes and seasonal vegetables for $24 per pound, and roasted chicken with herbs for $29. The Easter main dishes include a boneless rosemary-mint-basil-crusted leg of lamb for $98, and a brown sugar glazed Nueske ham for $130. Orders must be placed 72 hours in advance.