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One of the world’s most powerful mind-body health systems
Ayurvedic Southern Indian food is being served for lunch at Sen in Sag Harbor most weekdays. Below, butternut squash palya is a simple recipe with layers of flavor. Laura Donnelly Photos
Corey DeRosa and his yoga student Bala Dev, right, who helps him in the kitchen
Martha McCully, Erika Halweil, and Francesca Abbracciamento enjoyed the Southern Indian lunch at Sen. 

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“What the heck do I do with that?!”
A four-ingredient “flock pleaser” (depending on the flock) made with common pantry items, Frito candy is a decadent salty, fatty, sweet, and crunchy treat. Laura Donnelly

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Getting into the Halloween spirit

Exploring salad bars and “grab-and-go” options
Even though the traditional salad bar continues to dominate the landscape, new grab-and-go options have popped up all over the South Fork. Laura Donnelly

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Carissa Waechter's Carissa's Breads, on Newtown Lane in the parking lot behind the Drawing Room gallery, has sandwiches and other grab-and-go options. Durell Godfrey
Although pricier than its predecessor, Sag Pizza is developing a loyal following in the site that was once Conca D'Oro on Main Street in Sag Harbor.Laura Donnelly

An early proponent of the slow-food movement, the restaurant formed relationships with local farmers and fishermen
Jeffrey and Ina Garten, who was an early fan and supporter of Nick and Toni’s restaurant, left, with Mark Smith and Toni Ross. Below, Ms. Ross and Jeff Salaway
Joseph Realmuto, the longtime chef at Nick and Toni’s, at left with Toni Ross and Mark Smith, stood by the restaurant’s iconic wood-burning oven with a mosaic designed by Eric Fischl.
Mr. Realmuto and Mr. Smith in the garden behind the restaurant, which has played a significant role in their farm-to-table ethos. Eric Striffler Photos