food

   The Great Bonac Fireworks over Three Mile Harbor on Saturday night will be the occasion for special events at two waterfront East Hampton restaurants.
Bell and Anchor 3253 Noyac Road Noyac 725-3400
    So you just got home from work, you’re hot and tired. And now it’s time to cook dinner, heating up your kitchen. If you’re like me, with no air-conditioning, this can turn a pleasant daily task into a grim one...
While it Lasts     At Michael’s at Maidstone restaurant in Springs, a special on grilled steak or lobster is available daily from 5 to 6 p.m., or all night at the bar, but only while supplies last. The special is just $19.95...
Sotto Sopra 231 Main Street Amagansett 267-3695 Open for dinner Wednesday to Sunday
    Local support was visible at Whole Foods’ new location in Wainscott last week, with the names of farms and local vendors whose produce the chain is selling  displayed indoors, and the vendors themselves setting up in...
Summer Shellfish     The Montauk Shellfish Company, which has been growing Montauk Pearl oysters in Lake Montauk for four years, is selling oysters at Rick’s Crabby Cowboy Cafe on East Lake Drive in Montauk for $22.95 a dozen...
South Fork food producers have been invited to sell their wares at the pop-up Wainscott market.
   Former East Hampton Town Councilwoman Julia Prince is now in the restaurant business, and running a restaurant is a breeze compared to helping run East Hampton Town, she said.     “In comparison to the workload...
Thursdays Montauk On the green, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Fridays East Hampton Nick and Toni’s parking lot, 136 North Main Street, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Bridgehampton Hayground School, 151 Mitchell Lane, 3-6:30 p.m. Saturdays Shelter Island...

    The Hampton Market Place in East Hampton, closed last fall after a fire on Nov. 15, reopened on June 13 after an extensive reconstruction. The market continues to offer a salad bar, fresh produce — now including organic...
    Have you ever read a cookbook cover to cover? Me, neither. But one of the great joys of writing cookbook reviews is to read every single word, from introduction to chapter headings to analyzing each recipe and photograph. This...
    Alexander the Great was a big fan, as were George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, and Thomas Jefferson. Charles I of England was so entranced with its flavors that he tried to keep the recipe secret as a royal prerogative....