Category | Talking With My Mouth Full

A Slow Food Celebration

Posted on 06 November 2008

While residents and visitors alike spent this past Labor Day weekend celebrating the culinary culture of the East End by enjoying the bounty of local seafood and produce at their dinner tables and favorite restaurants, that same weekend, 3,000 miles away in San Francisco foods of Bridgehampton were being honored in a different manner.  San [...]

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A Juicy Time For Tomato Lovers

Posted on 29 August 2008

There is a brief period every summer that connoisseurs of a particular jewel wait for with bated breath. As mid-August approaches, they watch the weather carefully, mindful of the season’s effect on their desired treasure and begin to plan for the bounty just days away. When it arrives, experts cherish the enjoyment of this prize, [...]

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Tomato, Corn and Red Onion Salad

Posted on 28 August 2008

Ingredients: 2 large beefsteak tomatoes, 2 ears local corn, 1 medium red onion, ¼ cup balsamic vinegar, 8 basil leaves, ½ cup Roquefort cheese, Sea salt and black pepper, 1 tablespoon Dijon mustard, 2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar, 4 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil, Salt and pepper to taste Preparation: Slice red onion into ¼ inch slices and place in a small sauté pan over medium-low [...]

Local Goodies At The Sag Harbor Farmers’ Market

Posted on 18 August 2008

August may have a number of downfalls on the East End – traffic, crowds, the impossibility of procuring a coveted parking space at any of our beautiful beaches – but it also brings with it a bounty of local produce, much of which can be found at the Sag Harbor Farmers’ Market. The Sag Harbor [...]

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A Conversation With Danny Meyer

Posted on 06 August 2008

A Conversation With Danny Meyer, President of the Union Square Hospitality Group, an organization that includes some of New York City’s most highly rated restaurants including the Union Square Café and Gramercy Tavern. Meyer shares the secret to business and gastronomic success at this week’s Friday’s at Five at the Bridgehampton Community House and on [...]

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Delicious Dumplings

Posted on 28 July 2008

Epicurious.com is a website all foodies should know and love as a solid go-to source for recipes from around the world – a wealth of food knowledge for the culinary inclined if you will. For the adventurous cook, with a particular fondness for shaking things up and making dishes their own, epicurious provides a number [...]

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Sunday Brunch

Posted on 21 July 2008

While Sunday brunch may be a tradition for many, on the East End the beach trumps brunch and finding a parking space at any of the East Hampton Town beaches is near impossible after 10 a.m. on a beautiful Saturday in July and August.  However, for people like me – those not on vacation during [...]

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Finding The “Best” In the Traditional

Posted on 14 July 2008

On the East End the culinary scene may be dominated by increasingly expensive fare, sometimes not living up to its hefty price tag or the hours spent waiting for a table, but for those who really appreciate food on the Twin Forks what makes this place special is the availability of fresh, local ingredients. For [...]

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