An image of Pierre Franey and Craig Claiborne, both of whom lived in East Hampton, is part of a gallery of images on a new website dedicated to Franey’s life and work as a chef through several decades.
A fortified wine, vermouth is a bit higher in alcohol than wine, and is aromatized with various botanicals
Naughty or nice? After treating kids to doughnuts and cider during Santa’s visit to Rowdy Hall in East Hampton Saturday morning (and collecting donations to the Wounded Warrior Project), the restaurant’s staff members posed for their own picture with the jolly old elf.
Bay Burger serves the simplest, stripped down (or dressed up) version of a burger you could possibly wish for
Bay Burger has filled a niche in the community: a pared-down, simple, fresh, and delicious burger joint.
Conca D’Oro’s Fred Flintstone-size portions are well prepared in a warm and cozy atmosphere.
A child costumed in traditional Cuencano garb rides atop an elaborately decorated horse in el Pase del Nino Viajero, a massive daylong Christmas Eve pageant in Cuenca, Ecuador.
Christmastime means sweet tamales canarios and buñuelos at Beatriz Rivas’s house in East Hampton, and it’s the only time of year she’ll make those treats. Carissa Katz
In Mexico, song, merriment, and the light of sparklers fill the streets in the nine days before Christmas Eve as revelers travel from house to house in a lively re-enactment of Joseph and Mary’s search for lodging. Eneas Photo
Fruits, vegetables, sweets, and libations figure prominently in many of the Pase del Nino floats and costumes in Cuenca, Ecuador. Natacha Cornaz Photo
Suckling pig is carried through the streets cooked and ready for the Christmas Eve feast. Flickmor Photo
Patricia Moyano’s family photos from Christmases in Ecuador are reminders of how the holiday is celebrated there.