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East End Eats: Mind-Blowing Showfish

Showfish’s menu illustrates Chef Blutstein’s exuberant adoration of local fish and farms. Interestingly enough, his name is not on the menu but the names of over 13 farmers, fishermen, and cheesemakers are.

Jul 3, 2019
News for Foodies

Bostwick's on the Harbor, Drinks for a cause, an award-winning cracker, and much more

Jun 27, 2019
Chef Paolo Dungca's Duck Adobo

Have some Little Nipper signature cocktails, and break lumpia together, even better.

Jun 27, 2019
Seasons by the Sea: The Original Nippers

Here is what I have learned from organizing a party long distance: Find your venue first if you can. Decide on a firm budget but be prepared to be flexible. Compile the guest list and pray that they will respond in a timely manner. Or at all.

Jun 27, 2019
News for Foodies

Fancy picnic baskets, Southampton's Cheese Shoppe gets a rebrand, a Hamptons chef dinner benefit, and dinner at Wolffer

Jun 20, 2019
Seasons by the Sea: Strawberry Fields Forever, Please

Strawberry season this year has been wonderful despite the rain. So far I have sampled berries from Open Minded Organics in Bridgehampton (no spray!), Pike’s in Sagaponack, and from the Mattituck Strawberry Festival.

Jun 20, 2019
Seasons by the Sea: Celebrate Asparagus

Have you ever tasted freshly picked asparagus? I mean, picked within hours of being hand harvested? It is remarkably sweet. Asparagus is similar to corn in that, once picked, it will use its sugars to survive.

Jun 13, 2019
News for Foodies

Father's Day specials, a new butcher in East Hampton, and a new restaurant in Water Mill.

Jun 13, 2019
Pasta Primavera Salad

The season for asparagus won’t last much longer out here, so consider some of these cooking methods that you haven’t tried before. Or do as the northern Europeans do to celebrate the first harbingers of spring, build a whole meal around asparagus.

Jun 13, 2019
East End Eats: Mexican Shines at Coche Comedor

Some of you may believe that French cuisine is the most complex. Many think the multi-layered pastries of Vienna are the height of refined cookery. But until you have tasted the mysterious and complicated mole sauces of Mexico, you have no idea how complex and refined a dish can be.

Jun 6, 2019
Happiness in a Six-Ounce Confection

Levain Bakery’s chocolate chip walnut cookies should probably come with a warning label: These cookies are known by the State of New York to be highly addictive. Huge and gooey and packed with chocolate chips just this side of melting, they have been named to just about every best cookie list in New York, which helps to explain the famously long lines outside of Levain’s 74th Street and Amsterdam Avenue locations.

Jun 6, 2019
News for Foodies

New in Montauk

The owners of Pulcinella, a pizzeria and restaurant in Massapequa, have opened Pulcinella East on Edgemere Street in Montauk. The menu features pasta dishes such as pappardelle Bolognese for $29, and spaghetti with clams for $38, as well as chicken, veal, and seafood entrees.

Jun 6, 2019