Brigid Collins and Jim Stewart have made it their mission in life to help others through their not-for-profit organization Katy’s Courage.
An alliance of established chefs from multiple East End communities announced late last weej a unique initiative designed to reconnect local elementary and high...
Inspired by a love of nutritious and wellness-based eating, and the desire to cook gourmet food that’s also good for you, Todd Jacobs opened Fresh Hamptons in May 2013. He’s been reaping healthy benefits since.
If Santa ever decided to branch out into dessert making, his cookie-filled workshop might just look like Tate’s Bake Shop in Southampton.
Between the abundance of festive feasts, naughty nibbles and too bountiful bevvies, the holidays can be sheer torture for those who are trying to maintain some form of healthful control of their lives.
Connoisseurs of all things Asian know that finding authentic ethnic cuisine on the East End is nearly impossible. But fortunately for lovers of Thai food, Highway Restaurant & Bar in Wainscott has set out to change that, one night a week at least.
Greenport Village's annual “Shellabration” is finding focus in its fourth year.
Wine Spectator selected The Grapes of Roth Merlot 2010 by Wölffer Estate for Top 100 wines of 2015. At number 64, The Grapes of...
When Harbor Market opened seven months ago, the community held its breath. The beloved space on the corner of Division and Henry streets had long been a spot for regulars to grab their everyday fix. So would the new owners understand this, and serve the need?
The fields in winter take on muted tones, as the farmers embark on quieter tasks. But a farmer’s work is never done, and even as the farm appears to be at rest, work continues into the darkest months.
By his own admission, Rick Bogusch might be more of a “salty person” than a sweets one, but that doesn’t stop him from showing people how it’s done with chocolate. Despite his personal preference for more savory snacks, the Bridge Gardens manager sure knows his way around a good ganache. And he’s ready to share his knowledge with those who are hungry for tasty tidbits on truffle making during a “Chocolate: The Perfect Gift” demonstration at the public garden in Bridgehampton on Saturday, November 14.
The turkeys at North Sea Farms have no idea what’s coming. Since July 15, when they arrived in Richie King’s custody at one day old, these birds have had it made.
There’s nothing I like better than breakfast for dinner. But it’s difficult to get my family to accept a plate of eggs as the evening meal. To persuade them, I serve those eggs with a side of crispy side of hash brown potatoes. No matter what time of day it is, hash browns are always received with pleasure and gratitude.
The changing of clocks means off-season prix fixes and specials return to the East End, and restaurateurs make plans for the holidays.
on a recent October night in the kitchen of the Southampton Historical Museum’s Rogers Mansion, Deborah Lukasik led a pumpkin butter workshop where she showed participants how to make a tasty spread for spicing up the cold days and long nights ahead.