Food

If you have ever been to Il Monastero (R.I.P.) in East Hampton, or Il Capuccino in Sag Harbor, or had a sandwich from Espresso or pasta from Cappelletti on Noyac Road, you have had food made by the Tagliasacchi family. If you haven’t, then you live under a rock and you are missing the best garlic knots, focaccia sandwiches, and their delicious,...
the Great Bonac Chili Cook-Off will be held at the American Legion Hall in Amagansett from 1 to 4 p.m. on Jan. 31. The Espresso Italian Market reopened last week in the space formerly occupied by the Cigar Bar. Its popular sandwiches on homemade focaccia bread with signature house dressing have returned!
I have been curious about gluten-free pastas for quite a while, so I conducted a completely scientific taste test in my meticulously organized, pristine kitchen lab. Hah!
Take part in the new Montauk Fishburger Project! Local chefs and supporters of the local, sustainable, and healthy food movement have initiated a new effort to restore and support the area’s farming and fishing culture. The new fishburgers will become a part of the menu at many East End restaurants including Rowdy Hall and Nick and Toni's.
Beauty is life’s E-ZPass. Wish I could take credit for that witty bon mot, but I believe it was a New Yorker cartoon. I think we would all agree that if you are an exceptionally attractive young girl and you hang out in the right places, like fancy hotels and bars, chances are an older, wealthy gent will whisk you off your feet and possibly marry...
Sen in Sag Harbor will be restarting its Sake Social Sundays on Jan. 17 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Jesse Matsuoka of the restaurant will discuss “Sake 101.” The Highway Restaurant and Bar in East Hampton offers a $35 prix fixe on Thursday nights featuring Thai food.
If you do fail momentarily at your diet, don’t be discouraged and give up; forgive yourself and just start over the next day. This really works.
Last minute ideas for New Year's Eve and news about the Long Island Wine Council.
Once upon a time in medieval England, a Christmas dinner “pie” was created consisting of two bushels of flour, 20 pounds of butter, four geese, two rabbits, four wild ducks, two woodcocks, six snipes, four partridges, two neats’ tongues, two curlews, six pigeons, and seven blackbirds. Now I’m sure you’re wondering, first of all, what is a snipe, a...