Caravan’s offerings are “always moving, always evolving,”
Deeva Green, Alexandra Cohen, and Lee Reitelman launched Caravan to share their love of agriculture, travel, and the environment through food. Christopher Walsh

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Goodbye Tom Colicchio, hello Jean-Georges Vongerichten

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By Justin Spring
This year’s variety is M.5 Justin Spring
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A crisp, fresh product best used as a finishing salt
The Montauk Salt Company consists of, from left, Jess Smoak, Danielle Gingerich, and Sam Gelin. Ms. Smoak helps collect water and make the salt, Ms. Gingerich works in marketing, publicity, and sales, and Mr. Gelin is the founder of the company. Christine Sampson

Twenty years is an impressively long time for a food business to survive out here
Brad Thompson and Nancy Hollister started the Breadzilla bakery and gourmet shop in Wainscott on July 4, 1996, and have been attracting loyal fans ever since. Laura Donnelly

He has made it in a manner that honors the way food was cooked ages ago
Adam Kelinson has funneled his knowledge of food, plants, and international cultures into his open-fire cooking techniques. Christine Sampson

WASP soul food
A recent spread of tea sandwiches, dip, and melba toast at the Garden Club of East Hampton’s plant sale found its color in the table cloth. Durell Godfrey