Food

Would it be all Rachel Dolezal of me to write about African-American chefs and cooks? Every year during Black History Month it seems there are no books, articles, shows, movies, anything, about the contribution of black chefs throughout our history. There should be a museum, a comprehensive historical compendium, something. Having previously...
Richard Olsen-Harbich of Bedell Cellars will be on hand at Nick and Toni’s restaurant in East Hampton next Thursday for a five-course dinner paired with wine. The Peconic Land Trust’s spring lecture series at Bridge Gardens in Bridgehampton will begin with “The Cocktail Party,” a talk on March 6 with Vaughan Cutillo of the Montauk Brewing Company...
Slow Food East End will sponsor a “Shuck Em” Valentine oyster brunch on Sunday from noon to 3 p.m. at the Art of Eating in Amagansett. Wolffer Kitchen in Sag Harbor is taking reservations for a Feb. 21 wine dinner with Miguel Martin, a winemaker at Palmer Vineyards.
In the interest of full disclosure, I must confess that I have been to the Highway restaurant and bar’s Thursday Thai night three weeks in a row. It is that good.
Despite this week’s snowfall, a sure sign of spring is the announcement of a seeding workshop at Quail Hill Farm in Amagansett on March 19 from 10 a.m. to noon.
The Peter Martin Weiss trio will be playing at Page for a jazz brunch on Valentine’s Day from noon to 3 p.m. Watch the Superbowl at Townline BBQ on Sunday with a whole roasted pig, and raffles during each quarter of the game.
But how does it taste? I know that’s the number-one question on your mind about the new, history-in-the-making, right here on Long Island, this-recipe-was-formulated-by-the God-of-all-fish-cookery-Eric Ripert(!), etc., etc. Dock to Dish Montauk Fishburger introduced at the Bridgehampton School on Friday. Well, you’ll just have to wait a few...
For those thinking of Valentine's Day dinner the 1770 House in East Hampton will feature a dozen "amorous and warming" dishes. A once-monthly ladies night at the c/o the Maidstone inn on East Hampton’s Main Street will take place on Tuesday from 6 to 8 p.m., when all cocktails and wines by the glass will be offered at half price in...
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,...