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News for Foodies 09.03.20

Greek to go and Greek to eat outdoors, along with delivered barbecue, and a celebration of the U.S. Open with commemorative drink and glass.

Sep 3, 2020
Seasons by the Sea: New Treasures From Loaves & Fishes

The three cookbooks in the "Farm Series Cookbook: Summer" each focus on a different month and a particular farm: the Green Thumb in Water Mill for June; Foster Farm in Sagaponack for July, and Pike Farms, also in Sagaponack, for August. They were composed with the help of Licia Kassim Householder.

Aug 27, 2020
News for Foodies 08.27.20

New Lobster House in Sag Harbor, meal packages from Art of Eating, and Ess-a-Bagel comes east

Aug 27, 2020
Seasons by the Sea: Sweet, Tart, Beefy, or Delicate, Tomatoes Rule the Day

Chances are, if you have enough sun in your backyard you are growing tomatoes this summer. If not, you have no doubt found a staggering array of them available at every farmer's market, farm stand, and even a few grocery stores.

Aug 20, 2020
News for Foodies 08.20.20

A Greek treat, new dinner items on the Wolffer Kitchen menu, a catered dinner, and more

Aug 20, 2020
Seasons by the Sea: Culinary Esoterica

It is always great fun to pose a food question to friends on Facebook. The question this time was along the lines of "have you found yourself buying interesting, esoteric, unusual foodstuffs online lately? Have you accidentally purchased more than you meant to?"

Aug 13, 2020
News for Foodies 08.13.20

A new pastry chef for Almond and L&W Market and new dinner specials in East Hampton

Aug 13, 2020
East End Eats: V Cafe Pop-Up Should Stay Up

Whoever it was at Hampton Racquet who thought to bring Viet Cafe of New York City out to do a pop-up V Cafe at their Center Court snack bar is a genius. The food is fresh, light, and inexpensive.

Aug 6, 2020
News for Foodies 08.06.20

A new virtual barbecue experience, cookies at the doorstep, Dopo in Southampton, and more

Aug 6, 2020
Seasons by the Sea: Cold Therapy

A recent cold soup recipe testing tear (vichyssoise, cantaloupe, beet-jalapeño, Sungold tomato, and zucchini-basil) has been easy, fun, very inspiring, and economical, as well.

Jul 30, 2020
News for Foodies 07.30.20

New Vietnamese at the Hampton Racquet Club, Moby's has a market, and new specials at Bridgehampton Inn and Nick and Toni's

Jul 30, 2020
East End Eats: A Taste of Serenity

A "sacred sound journey" was followed by lunch at Shou Sugi Ban House, a Japanese-inspired "luxury wellness resort and spa" in Water Mill, where the consulting chef, co-founder of Noma (!), Mads Refslund, was on site cooking.

Jul 23, 2020