Last winter, Nicholas Vogel made the decision to move from Washington, D.C., to Sag Harbor so he could take over as executive chef at the Restaurant at Baron’s Cove. At the time, he envisioned a smooth transition to life on the East End. After all, though coronavirus was on the horizon, it had not yet surfaced in the United States. But it didn’t take long for the pandemic to alter his plans.
With pandemic, there also comes opportunity and this weekend, Sag Harbor's Robert Kohnken — that is, Naomi, The Crown Jewel of the Hamptons — will be taking the stage in Our Fabulous Drag Brunch, an event taking place on Sunday, July 26, at 11 a.m. at the Inn Spot on the Bay in Hampton Bays.
Time to fire up the smoker! Green Hill Kitchen & Que in Greenport will host a Pitmaster Series, which will welcome well known chefs from around the country who will cook alongside Chef Matty Boudreau.
There was a time when Anna Pump and her daughter, Sybille van Kempen, were two captains of one ship. When one said, “left,” the other said “right.” When one said, “yes,” the other, predictably, said, “no.” But that didn’t stop the mother-daughter team from working in tandem for 35 years
Across the Sag Harbor business district, restaurants, struggling to overcome from the upheaval caused by the coronavirus pandemic, have embraced the concept of outdoor dining in ways never seen before.
Outdoor Dining Creates New Opportunity for 1770 House Executive Chef Michael Rozzi
There may be a lot going wrong in the world these days, but for Roman Roth, a partner at Wölffer Estate Vineyards, when it comes to making wine on the East End, there’s an awful lot going right. So right, in fact, this summer Wölffer is releasing several new wines as part of its Cellar Series of limited vintages.
Stacy Dermont, co-author of “The Hamptons Kitchen,” a new cookbook that was written with Hillary Davis, will be on hand at the Sag Harbor Farmers Market on Saturday, July 4, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. to sign copies of the new book.
Devastated by the market’s possible closure, Ms. Eiffel’s community of friends, fans, and foodies have come together and started a GoFundMe page on her behalf – quickly earning $140,687 of their $300,000 goal, as of Tuesday evening. This goal will fulfill a bank loan enabling the business to stay afloat as it generates income over the summer.
If ever there were an edible plant that carried with it the significant weight of the changing of the seasonal guard, asparagus would be it. A perennial that bears spears after its third year, asparagus is a hearty plant, but a challenging one, too. Prolific, weed-prone, and in need of constant tending, asparagus is the gift that keeps on giving.
The Southampton History Museum is hosting a live monthly Zoom cooking show that will take place in the kitchen of the Port of Missing Men, the last, private Gilded Age estate in Southampton.
But fishermen say that as the pandemic has settled into the habits of humans across the world, where one window of opportunity has closed, others have opened and helped the industry keep itself … well, afloat.
Restaurants See Difficult Futures Even When They Open Their Doors Again
The latest fear, borne out by occasionally picked-clean meat aisles, is whether there will be enough beef, pork, and chicken available to feed hungry families in the weeks and months ahead.
Hillary Davis and Stacy Dermont's new book “The Hamptons Kitchen: Seasonal Recipes Pairing Land And Sea” delves into the food culture of the East End in a way that few authors have.