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.
While many farms rely on a patchwork of family, longterm skilled employees and local hourly workers, many local farms are also boosted by apprenticeship programs as well as H2-A seasonal worker programs.
With grocery store shelves barren and many second-home owners now living in their South Fork houses, a number of local restaurants, delis and specialty stores are continuing to produce meals and goods that can be picked up or, in some cases, will be delivered free of charge to nearby neighborhoods.
Local businesses and members of the Sag Harbor Chamber of Commerce were notified by Sag Harbor Village Mayor Kathleen Mulcahy on Saturday that all non-essential businesses must close by tomorrow, March 22, by 8 p.m., as per orders from New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo
The Possibility Of French Wine Tariffs Hits Close To Home
Spirited Siblings Open Sagaponack Farm Distillery Tasting Room
In January, Watermill resident Ashley Heather, founder of co-working space, The Spur, which has locations in both East Hampton and Southampton, launched a new business. Honest Plate, a clean-eating meal service, offers clients up to five meals per week, all of which are already cooked. Following pick-up, subscribers to the service simply reheat the meals and serve them: no prepping, cooking, or waiting required.
On February 14, 15, and 16, Carissa’s The Bakery, in East Hampton, will host a special culinary event. This pop-up dinner, set at Carissa Waechter’s flawless Pantigo Road space in East Hampton, will feature chef Helen Nguyen, an acclaimed chef and alum of Daniel known for her modern interpretation of classic Vietnamese dishes.
Wölffer Kitchen Sag Harbor's Lease Is Up For Sale While The Restaurant Remains Open
Jake Lear — and his music — has been called an “amalgam of muddied roots reverb, Mississippi Hill Country stomp, and tasty nuanced grooves,” according to NO Depression Magazine. Almond restaurant can get down with that, and booked Lear as the next guest of its “Artists & Writers” dinner series — a family-style, three-course meal on Tuesday, February 11, at 7 p.m. at the Bridgehampton restaurant, where the musician will share his story.
The East End Food Institute is getting a piece of the pie, thanks to a $300,000 grant from New York Empire State Development
For the first time in what feels like decades, the New England Patriots aren’t stepping foot near the Super Bowl — and, for some, that’s reason enough for celebration.
The North Fork Table & Inn may look closed from the outside — and, to business, it technically is — but inside, the beloved Southold institution is brimming with new life following its recent sale to Michelin-starred chef John Fraser.
Maybe you’ve seen Chef George Hirsch while you’re out and about on the East End. You might have caught him at a farm stand chatting up a grower, or discussing wine production at a local vineyard, or even cooking up a recipe on a grill somewhere near the water. It’s all done for the filming of George Hirsch Lifestyle, his long-running PBS television series which is about combining good food with good living.