food

Hog and rosé dinner at Almond and more time for cookies at Levain this summer
Mecox Bay Dairy in Bridgehampton announced on Thursday that it has temporarily stopped selling milk and cheese following a recall of Mecox Sunrise cheeses that had been sold after March 1.
Who goes to Texas and doesn’t seek out tacos and barbecue? I do, we did.
Mother's Day Specials from all over, the East Hampton Farmers Market returns, Duryea's is back, and more
The owners of Bostwick's Chowder House in East Hampton announced this week that they will be opening a second restaurant, Bostwick's on the Harbor, on Three Mile Harbor in late May or early June.
New restaurants, season openings, Candace Hill Montgomery at Almond, Cinco de Mayo, and more
When Sybille van Kempen opened a restaurant at the Bridgehampton Inn five years ago, she decided to defy convention and create sort of a permanent pop-up, a place where the menu and the cuisine are ever-changing.
What is the most complicated dish you have ever made? Was it a success, was it worth it? Would you make it again?
Lazarus-Reiman and Rizzie at Golden Eagle and Nick and Toni's and a cajun dinner at Bridgehampton Inn
More restaurants reopening, more Passover and Easter specials, and even more.
What kinds of foods or cuisines work best for watching sporting events? It depends on the event, the cook, and the guests.
Just as a little black dress can be a woman's essential wardrobe staple, a sauce is an entree's perfect thing to wear.
Easter dining menus, Bay Kitchen's new gig, a craft beer evening, and much more
There’s no harm in planning ahead for Easter and Passover menus, including dessert, and that means coming up with something not "doorstop heavy" for Passover.
Catering for the spring holidays, Steven Gaines at Almond's Artists and Writers, and a moveable feast featuring East End chefs, vineyards, and brewers
Technically, offal is defined as “an edible part of a slaughter animal other than skeletal muscle,” such as liver or tongue. Trying different variety meats can be a voyage of discovery, or even, rediscovery.
Spring brings restaurant re-openings; East End Restaurant Week; a Sen tasting dinner, and more
Just as George Plimpton sparred with Archie Moore and Sugar Ray Robinson, and trained with the Detroit Lions, I, too, like to dabble in participatory journalism, especially when it requires finding, testing, and eating retro recipes.
Restaurant week, a wine tasting and book talk at Park Place, the Clam Bar reopens, a beer dinner at Bridgehampton Inn, and more