Twenty years is an impressively long time for a food business to survive out here
Brad Thompson and Nancy Hollister started the Breadzilla bakery and gourmet shop in Wainscott on July 4, 1996, and have been attracting loyal fans ever since.
WASP soul food
A recent spread of tea sandwiches, dip, and melba toast at the Garden Club of East Hampton’s plant sale found its color in the table cloth.
It is big, light, and airy, rustic and modern at the same time
The interior of Arbor, where a lively crowd gathered Sunday night, is airy, rustic, and modern at the same time. The seafood pappardelle is taken to the next level by the inclusion of split king crab legs and a bit of bottarga.
Michelle Mesa and Emme Kron-Deacon posed with a customer at Arbor in Montauk. Morgan McGivern
The Wellness Foundation’s summer benefit will be held on June 18 at the Mulford Farm in East Hampton
Jay Astafa will provide the food for the Wellness Foundation’s summer benefit.
Jay Astafa with some of his vegan hors d'oeuvres.Susan Shek
There are 14 farmers markets open between Thursdays and Sundays all over the East End and in Westhampton Beach
Even though summer’s bounty is weeks away, there are still plenty of locally harvested options to bring home for a late spring meal.
Late-night drunkie food
Salty and cheesy chilaquiles are an easy option using things most people have on hand. Here, they are made with tortilla chips, salsa, and cheese and topped with fried eggs and a garnish of lime and cilantro.
Gennaro Giugliano, pizza maker extraordinaire at the Red Horse Market in East Hampton
Gennaro Giugliano, who was born in Naples, the birthplace of pizza, has practiced the tradition of his homeland in East Hampton for 11 years.
A good test of the chef’s abilities
The difference between perfect calamari and its rubbery cousin is really a matter of seconds.
Step up your culinary repertoire
Spring will be here . . . in June
Strawberries in December? This happened.
The author’s kitchen herb garden in early May