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Feedfeed is a crowd-sourced digital cooking publication and community
A desire to find and share recipes for fresh produce from Amber Waves, above, and Quail Hill, two community supported farms in Amagansett, led Julie and Dan Resnick to start the feedfeed, a crowd-sourced digital cooking community. Morgan McGivern
Feedfeed’s easily searchable database provides access to recipes from home cooks and professionals from around the world.

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What other food myths are still floating around out there, just waiting to be debunked? Or in some cases, proven true?
True or false? The magic foaming action of lemon and baking soda removes beet stains and fish odors from hands. True! Laura Donnelly

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If you want fresh vegetables, grown with organic methods, and like the idea of being as close to the farming of them as possible, the C.S.A. model may be for you
Amanda Merrow and Adrienne Nelson are readying the greenhouses to start vegetable seedling at Amber Waves, which employs a community-supported agriculture model. Amber Waves
A lettuce harvester surveyed the fields at Quail Hill in Amagansett. Durell Godfrey

At the Culinary Institute of America campus in San Antonio
King Hussein, center, was the benevolent leader of Laura Donnelly’s team during a Culinary Institute of America boot camp recently. With him was Ken Koch, left, another South Fork participant in the program. Laura Donnelly

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New York State has become a nexus for craft distillers, and rum, with a rich history traced to the earliest colonies, is tied to this area in many ways
Cristina Mello, the manager of the East Hampton Golden Pear store, poured out the rum and drink samples before and after the “Distill Life” panel discussion at the Parrish Art Museum on Friday night. Jennifer Landes

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