Food

    As a new hot spot/hotel/restaurant, Ruschmeyer’s has so much going on it’s hard to know where to begin. Heaven forbid you come all the way to Montauk and get bored. Boredom is a four-letter word for the folks who...
    Peter Ambrose has been catering everything from clambakes to elegant weddings for the past 25 years.     “My father is a native bubby,” Mr. Ambrose said of his dad, Joseph Ambrose. His grandparents...
    The Harbor Grill in East Hampton will host the Bracket Bash, a fund-raiser for the Travis Field Memorial Scholarship, on Sunday. The event will start at 7 p.m. and include a dinner buffet and live music, plus a cash bar. The...
    Mousses are grand. Mousses are tricky. Mousses are complicated. Mousses are foolproof. All of these statements are true.     When is the last time you had a delicious, light, fluffy, tart and tangy lime mousse...
    Steven Paluba learned how to cook at 14 by watching his mother prepare dinner for the family and was soon adapting her recipes to suit his own tastes. But the one meal he created for Gordon Ramsay, the villain of culinary TV, on...
    The 2011 Great Chefs Dinner to benefit Hayground School, now in its seventh year, will be held on Sunday with its usual roster of marquee chefs from near and far — plus the designer and television personality Isaac Mizrahi...
    Gael Greene, the restaurant critic and author, will be on the menu along with French cuisine at a special event at Almond restaurant in Bridgehampton on Aug. 7.     Three courses prepared by Jason Weiner, Almond...
    We’ve all heard the expression, “When life hands you lemons, make lemonade.” But Deborah Aiza, whose Sweet ’Tauk juices hit the scene this month, took that saying literally.     “I...
    Summertime sure is fun out here! Going to the beach (didja have to pay for a beach sticker?), driving out to Montauk (gosh, golly, gas sure is expensive!), shopping (that bikini is how much?), and dining out at all the fun new...