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The Hamptons Diet Cookbook - Lifestyles of the Rich and Thin

by Heather Buchanan
Main Articles - Move over South Beach – the newly released Hamptons Diet Cookbook by Dr. Fred Pescatore and Chef Jeff Harter gives you over 200 recipes and entertaining tips of the rich, famous, and thin. And you don’t need a private chef to prepare these meals.

JL East - French Caribbean in the Hamptons

by Katrina Lovett
Main Articles - Opened JL East in 2003 to round out the group of restaurants, which also includes JLX Bistro in Sag Harbor and Jean Luc Restaurant in Manhattan. With so many choices, you palate will be anything but bored, no matter which end of the island you are on.

Harvest on Fort Pond - Family Style With A View

by Katrina Lovett
Main Articles - Nestled across the water from our last culinary visit to Montauk, Harvest on Fort Pond is just off the hustle and bustle of Montauk Highway. The overflowing parking lot and street parking out front hinted that this was a well-loved local gem as we pulled up. The delicious meal confirmed our suspicions.

CoCo Restaurant - An East End Gem

by Katrina Lovett
Main Articles - Right across from the town pond, under the ever-watchful eye of the swans and geese that call it home, sits the Maidstone Arms and CoCo Restaurant. Brought to us by Peter Miller this gem of a restaurant is a shining example of that well earned reputation, and worth a visit.

Sweet Southwestern Heat in East Hampton - Turtle Crossing

by Nicole B. Brewer
Main Articles - It was a mouth-watering trip back for us to Turtle Crossing in East Hampton - a local favorite for many tasty reasons. This time we pulled Chef Arthur Wolf from his busy kitchen to find out what makes his barbeque so delicious.

The Patio - An Oasis on the Beach

by Katrina Lovett
Main Articles - Attracting families and visitors of all ages, Westhampton Beach seems to have something for everyone with their performing arts center, shopping, and plentiful restaurants, where we decided to stop by The Patio on Main Street the other day.

Building the Perfect Bar

by Kelly Krieger
Main Articles - Making certain your bar is properly organized is extremely important. From glassware and mixers to liquor and garnishes, each item plays an important role in preparing the “Perfect Bar.”

Q - Quite Delicious in Quogue

by Katrina Lovett
Main Articles - Sitting on Main Street, a majestic looking New England Farmhouse, also host to the Inn at Quogue, blends well with its surroundings, unnoticed if not for the glowing “Q” not far from the entrance drawing your eye in. Specializing in an array of mouth watering Mediterranean-American dishes, several scrumptious fish and hearty beef dishes caught our eye.

A Balance of Ying and Yang - Madame Tong's

by Katrina Lovett
Main Articles - With the end of summer fast approaching, we wanted to take the chance to fit in a few more chances for outdoor dining on the East End before thoughts of fall and cold weather rolled in. Situated just around the corner from the train station, Madame Tong's seems the perfect spot to stop for some fresh air and cocktails after a busy week at work or for a romantic dinner for two.

The Life of the Party: Inside the World of Christopher Robbins of Robbins Wolfe Eventeurs

by Heather Buchanan
Main Articles - “My life is a party,” says event planner Christopher Robbins of Robbins Wolfe Eventeurs, and you believe him. As he says, a party is like theater, and he knows how to play the part of master of ceremonies with a list of clients which reads like a social register.

Farmstand Fresh

by Bethenny Frankel
Main Articles - As a natural foods chef, two very important factors in food are taste and nutrition. People constantly ask me how to eat healthier. During the summer, the best advice is to eat locally and seasonally - a delicious way to be good to yourself, the environment and experience the culinary treasures of the Hamptons.

Local, Live, and Luscious

by Marni Bistany
Main Articles - Where did summer go? It seems that everyone I know is asking this question lately. One day it’s spring and just warm enough to sit outside without a jacket, and the veggies are starting to come to market, and now it’s fall. Thanks goodness for the still-warm water and the great local produce.

Round Up for Citymeals-On-Wheels

by J. Z. Holden
Main Articles - Twenty-five years ago on Thanksgiving Day, part-time Hamptons resident and NYC food critic, Gael Greene saw a headline in the New York Times that read, “City Scrimps to Feed the Aged.” The next day she picked up the phone and called James Beard. Together they devised a way to produce Christmas baskets for the elderly, and by Monday morning, Citymeals-On-Wheels had been created.

Round Swamp Farm is on the Map

by Nancy Hyden Woodward
Main Articles - Carolyn Lester Snyder inherited Round Swamp Farm from her father Albert Lester in 1968 and swore to put the family farm on the map. After many years of hard work she did just that. Along the way her daughter Lisa became an important part of the family business.

Organic Entertaining

by Andrea Aurichio
Main Articles - Its summer time and the living is easy. So, let’s keep all this entertaining stress free. There are plenty of specialty food markets that you can call and in a snap arrange a formal sit down dinner or lavish clambake on the beach.

Cittanuova: Not Just Another Neighborhood Italian Restaurant

by Lenn Thompson
Main Articles - I've never been to Milan (or anywhere in Italy for that matter) but sitting at a small table in Cittanuova in East Hampton, my wife and I got a taste of Italy's most chic and modern cities - along with some terrific, affordable fare. Cittanuova is extremely versatile as a great bar, coffee spot, date spot, and it is kid friendly.

Park Avenue Perfects Pot Luck

by Renee Lucas
Main Articles - The Society of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Centers releases it’s delicious new cook book filled with recipes from new York's savviest hostesses edited by Florence Fabricant, "Park Avenue Potluck".

The Real Deal: Finding A Quick And Healthy Lunch

by Jeff Thayer
Main Articles - Not a week goes by that someone doesn’t tell me how it’s not their fault they had a slice of pizza or a fast food combo meal for lunch. I decided to work my way through Southampton Village, one lunch stop at a time in search of healthy options for the masses and found too many to count.

The Nutritional Truth: Eating To Live

by Daria Gredysa
Main Articles - The health of our nation can be labeled as a crisis with the maladies that overwhelm our health care system. And while people are responsible for their own nutritional well-being, it can be argued that Americans have been misled by the unhealthy food guidelines proposed by the USDA. While this may be hard to swallow, the rise in heart disease, cancer, and diabetes in recent years may be proof enough.

Thanksgiving Specials Across The Hamptons

Main Articles - Looking to forgo the cooking this Thanksgiving and focus on the family and fun instead? Treat everyone to a night out at any number of great Hamptons restaurants for a delicious meal at a great price. Best of all you can sit back and enjoy the pumpkin pie wihtout any of the after-dinner clean-up.

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