Loaves and Fishes’ trio of Winter Farm Series Cookbooks are available now in stores
With COVID-19 cases continuing to cause problems nationwide, East End Food Institute has strengthened the local food system by launching a year-round Virtual Farmers Market for the benefit of farmers, food and beverage producers, makers of artisanal goods and loyal fans.
Hampton Coffee Company is currently highlighting its home-cooked vegan menu with several options for breakfast, lunch and at the espresso bar. All offerings are 100 percent vegan from the egg to the cheese to the meat. But for all the meat-lovers in your family, there are lots of Super Bowl specials to be had for next Sunday's game.
With all the uncertainty surrounding when restaurants will be able to fully reopen, those longing for a meal cooked by someone else can take advantage of a new Long Island Restaurant Week, which will run from Sunday, January 24 to Sunday, January 31, at restaurants located throughout Nassau and Suffolk counties.
Wölffer Estate Vineyard brings a holistic approach to its newest product, No. 139 Botanical Cider. The beloved classical cider recipe infused with herbal extracts curated and blended by Mab & Stoke, an ecologically responsible herbal wellness company, is a perfect balance between nature and its delicate flavors.
There are lots of food-related deals and special offerings — including the winter trio of cookbooks in the “Loaves & Fishes Farm Series” which have just been released. Written by Loaves & Fishes owner Sybille van Kempen with chef Licia Kassim Housesholder, the series includes 12 volumes — one for each month of the year — with all new recipes from the food store’s kitchen, centered around fresh ingredients from family-owned farms on Long Island.
It’s not a practice one normally associates with a world-class art museum, but tucked away in a quiet corner of the expansive meadow surrounding the Parrish Art Museum in Water Mill sit four beehives. And now, the honey that those bees have worked so hard to make all summer long has been jarred and labeled and is ready to come home for the holidays.
Hungry for the holidays? Here's a rundown of some special drinking and dining offerings available on the East End this week — from roast suckling pig courtesy of Almond Restaurant and Hampton Coffee Company's peppermint mocha to Hanukkah to go from Lulus and cocktails with a twist from Main Street Tavern.
It wouldn’t be an understatement to say that life has changed dramatically in 2020 for Vanessa Leuck and Ethan Popp. For the husband and wife theater professionals — he’s a Broadway arranger, musical coordinator, orchestrator and conductor, while she’s a costume designer — the pandemic brought a temporary relocation from New York City to the North Fork, and also a reimagining of what they could do in their field on a local level.
Last December, Ian Duke, owner of Southampton Social Club, was in the midst of the busy celebration season, hosting all sorts of dinners and special events for individuals and companies that had booked the spot for their annual holiday parties. But COVID-19 has changed the restaurant model, and on December 1, Duke and his partner David Hilty opened The Coop, a take-out restaurant specializing in chicken — both fried and rotisserie style — that is now operating out of Southampton Social Club. Duke describes it as Southampton’s first “ghost kitchen.”
Not long ago, Jessica Craig had a lot of chocolate in her life — 25 pounds of it to be exact. And in recent months, she’s made it her mission to turn it into something good, both literally and figuratively.
Hungry for some chocolate? Try this chocolate pudding recipe by Almond's pastry chef Jessica Craig
Visionaries 2020 is a series of intimate gatherings hosted by East Hampton’s Guild Hall that introduces innovators and their personal stories of success. The next program, on Friday, December 4, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. will feature Vanessa Price who will share her deep passion for wine and her journey to the top of the industry.
Vanessa Leuck, Ethan Popp and Broadway on the North Fork will produce an all-new, one-man adaptation of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” to play an immersive, socially-distant run at Greenport’s First and South Restaurant & Bar this holiday season.
If you’re not in the mood to cook the full Thanksgiving dinner this year (or are limiting the number of relatives that you’ll be gathering with), here are some options for having an alternative Turkey Day feast where you can eat in or get dinner to go while also supporting local businesses.