Outstanding at EECO Farm

An East Hampton field was the latest stop in cross-country "culinary tour"
Durell Godfrey

     Outstanding in the Field, a self-described "restaurant without walls," made the East End Community Organic Farm in East Hampton the latest stop on its 2013 "roving culinary adventure," with a dinner on Sept. 10 prepared by the guest chef Jason Weiner of Almond in Bridgehampton.
     The venture makes stops at farms, gardens, ranches, and other outdoor locales around the country, offering meals using locally sourced ingredients and donating a portion of proceeds to various food and farm-related nonprofits.

Leah Scafe, the director of Outstanding in the Field, and Jim Denevan, its founder, talked to dinner guests about their mission. Durell Godfrey
Jason Weiner, left, of Almond in Bridgehampton was the guest chef at the Sept. 10 dinner.Durell Godfrey
Brian Halweil of Edible East End talked about the beauty and bounty of locally grown and produced foods. Durell Godfrey
Steve Winkler surveyed the common table before dinner.Durell Godfrey
Rive Weiner and Clio Halweil romped in the field. Durell Godfrey
Guests included, from left, Mike Martinsen of the Montauk Shellfish Company, and Christine and John Lamprecht.Durell Godfrey
Touring EECO FarmDurell Godfrey