food

    The Atlantic Ocean has historically supported generations of East End families through fishing, boating, and tourism. Now an Amagansett couple, Natalie and Steven Judelson, have found a new way to garner the gifts of the sea...

Cooking Class Alfresco
    Silvia Lehrer, a cooking teacher and columnist who recently published “Savoring the Hamptons: Discovering the Food and Wine of Long Island’s East End,” will...

Lobsterpalooza!
    The Lobster Roll restaurant on Napeague is having a “Lobsterpalooza” throughout the month of August. Featured are lobster bisque, lobster and shrimp cocktail, lobster salad...

    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...

    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...

    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...

    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...