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Shelter Island Historical Society Highlighting The Past, Present And Future Of Oysters

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "We expect 200 + people to the 3rd annual Oyster event and RSVP's are strongly encouraged," shared Nanette Breiner Lawrenson. "Last year we served 1,400 oysters."

Kiwanis Club Of Greater Westhampton's Annual Oyster Festival Returning Over Columbus Day Weekend

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "There are lots of great things to do - both for adults and kids," shared Greg Menegio.

Local, National And Global Ciders To Be Highlighted At Pour The Core: Long Island

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "Pour the Core Hard Cider Festival is sure to impress both cider lovers and fun seekers alike," said event manager Kristyn Dolan.

Get Ready For A Spudtastic Time During The Long Island Potato Festival

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "This is a great fall family event, we have activities planned for the kids including contests and games sure to make them smile," said Andy Calimano.

East End Restaurants Ready To Throw Down During Annual Chili/Chowder Contest

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "The 18th Annual Chili-Chowder Contest is an opportunity for some of our best local chefs to get in the ring and test out their tastiest recipes for a good cause," shared Dot Capuano.

The Watermill Center's Fall Brunch Series To Feature Almond's Jason Weiner

by Sydney A. Braat
Food News - "The East End is lucky to have The Watermill Center," explained Chef Weiner. "I inevitably feel richer and more satisfied after every visit."

It's All About The Fresh Catch At Annual Montauk Seafood Festival

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "Cast off for Montauk, the world's fishing capital, and reel in an amazing weekend with seafood, music and fun at the Montauk Seafood Festival," says Laura Mastandrea.

"Gala In The Garden" To Fête Slow Food East End's Founders

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "This very special evening will feature a community of non-profits working together," shared Susan Gentile Hackett of Project Most. "The food and wine will be exquisite."

Embrace The Heat During Holiday Weekend Hamptons Workshops

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "During the fall, hot peppers are in abundance on the East End - from Open Minded Organics in Bridgehampton, to Quail Hill Farm in Amagansett, and even on the North Fork farms like Invincible Summer in Southold, local farmers have pepper varieties from all over the world," explained Kathleen Masters.

41st Annual Hampton Classic To Introduce New Food Vendors

by Nicolette Finder
Food News - "We have brought in some amazing food vendors this year," said Executive Director of the Hampton Classic Shanette Cohen. "They will satisfy anyone's hunger. I can't wait to try them all!"

Amagansett Food Institute And Southampton Historical Museum Hosting "Lost Foods, New Foods"

by Ali Friedlander
Food News - "Southampton's locavore movement began 10,000 years ago when Paleo-Indians came to Long Island to hunt wildlife," said Ted Edmonds.

Iconic Montauk Eatery And Market Expands With Gourmet Shop

by Abby Cummings
Food News - "Our goal is to promote local businesses even more by working with and showcasing local farms and artisans," explained Steven Jauffrineau.

A Food Truck Brigade Making Its Way To The Hamptons For Annual Summer Derby

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "Who would have thought that a group of mobile vendors gathering in a Bridgehampton potato field would become one of the most anticipated, family-friendly foodie events of the summer?" asked Michaela Johnson.

A New York City Sweet Summer Treat Hits The Hamptons

by Nicolette Finder
Food News - "I love the versatility of it by being able to create any flavor combination and use fresh-in season ingredients," Rachel Flatley said.

Julian Niccolini And Alex von Bidder Present Pop-Up Hamptons Four Seasons

by Lee Fryd
Food News - The Four Seasons restaurant, the ultimate Power Lunch locale, hadn't even been closed a month. But there was a hole in its habitués hearts.

Montauk Restaurant Hosting "Locals Only" Complimentary Dinner

by Nicolette Finder
Food News - "This is our way of saying thank you," said Matthew Hittleman.

Jean-Georges Vongerichten, Danny Meyer, And Wolfgang Puck To Speak At East Hampton's Guild Hall In August

by Ali Friedlander
Food News - "The culinary series is one of my favorite programs at Guild Hall, it provides the dedicated foodies of the Hamptons with an experience that they can't get anywhere else locally - the chance to hear an incredible interview, ask questions, and then meet a fabulous food world celebrity afterwards at a book signing," said Guild Hall General Manager Jennifer Brondo.

LT Burger Inviting Kids To Create Their Own Milkshake As Part Of Shakedown Competition

by Ali Friedlander
Food News - "The kids have a great time coming up with their shake ideas," Chef Tourondel said. "We get a lot of creative and over the top ideas which are always fun to go through."

Hayground School Honors Toni Ross And Chef Claudia Fleming During 12th Annual Chefs Dinner

by Lee Fryd
Food News - "How we take care of ourselves and how we take care of others is the future," said honoree Claudia Fleming. "It's an honor to be able to cook for people."

Peconic Land Trust Bringing 14th Annual Through Farms And Fields Benefit To East Hampton

by Ali Friedlander
Food News - "Through Farms and Fields is a wonderful way for us to share with our friends and neighbors the bounty of Long Island's East End," shared said Nancy Gilbert and Nancy Goell.

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