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News for Foodies: 04.16.20

Thu, 04/16/2020 - 10:25

Groceries and More     

Hamptons Dial-a-Dinner, a meal delivery service that has been shuttling dishes from East End restaurants to people’s homes for more nearly 30 years, is now providing grocery pickup and delivery from large supermarkets such as King Kullen, Citarella, and Stop and Shop as well as smaller food stores such as Schmidt’s Market and Produce in Southampton and Stuart’s Seafood in Amagansett. Orders can be placed by calling 631-324-8887.     

The Clam Bar at Napeague is offering a $100 box of grocery items that includes four beef burger patties, four bone-in pork chops, one whole chicken, a quart of pasta sauce, two pounds each of yellow onions, potatoes, and baby carrots, one pound each of pasta, cheddar cheese, baby spinach, popcorn kernels, rice, and butter, a loaf of bread, a half-gallon of milk, a dozen eggs, bunches of celery and bananas, a head of lettuce, a crown of broccoli, a box of oatmeal, four oranges, four apples, a cucumber, and four small packs of Cheerios and Kix cereal.     

Orders must be placed by Tuesday at 8 p.m. for Friday delivery to residences in East Hampton Town and Sag Harbor. To request delivery to multiple addresses, instructions should be provided during the checkout process on the restaurant’s website.

Food Envy     

The Southampton Arts Center is inviting people to take part in a culinary challenge by cooking or baking a dish using ingredients already on hand, plating it exquisitely, photographing it, and submitting the photo to [email protected] with “Culinary Arts Challenge” in the subject line. Entries will be featured on the center’s website and its social media platforms. Participants have been asked to provide name, age (if under 18), place of residence, Instagram username, and a note about how the dish tasted.

Takeout Choices     

Organic Krush in Amagansett has breakfast, lunch, and dinner menus for takeout with no-contact pickup or free delivery via DoorDash. Health care professionals receive a 10-percent discount. Organic Krush is open Monday, Thursday, and Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.     

The owners, Michelle Walrath and Fran Paniccia, have been donating lunches to hospital staffs, including at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital, and have invited customers to join the effort by purchasing $20 meals, which include a healthy wrap, a gluten-free baked good, and a cold-pressed juice or wellness shot. A meal will also be donated for every person who signs up for the business’s newsletter. Orders can be placed online at   

Bostwick’s Chowder House in East Hampton will open for the season on Thursday and offer curbside pickup Thursdays through Sundays from noon to 8 p.m.       

Calissa in Water Mill has packaged dinners of Greek food that will feed four to six people and is offering free delivery. A $95 meal includes tzatziki, kafteri dip with pita, grilled chicken, a kale and romaine salad, leek rice, and lemon potatoes. The $125 dinner comes with spinach and cheese pies, a charcuterie plate, meatballs, moussaka, and spaghetti with basil and tomato. The $145 meal has a roasted eggplant dish, tzatziki, kafteri dip and pita, olives, Greek salad, a kale and romaine salad, grilled chicken, grilled pork, leek rice, and lemon potatoes.

Panera Bread in Bridgehampton is offering contactless delivery and curbside pickup of its menu items as well as grocery staples such as bread, milk, and fresh produce. Orders can be placed on the Panera website or smartphone app.

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