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The East End Food And Drink Scene Converging In Calverton

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "This foodie event is unlike any other event that will be happening this year on Long Island," Vanessa Rebentisch and Monique Cutone said.

Riverhead-Based Pedal Tour Company Celebrating 5th Anniversary With Anniversary Party Tours

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "We are so grateful to be celebrating out 5th year in business and we love the wonderful Riverhead community and all of our wonderful riders that have enjoyed a day (or many) with us," Vicki Clacherty noted.

Spring Restaurant Week To Include Nearly 20 East End Options

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "Whether it's trying out a new restaurant or revisiting an old favorite haunt, there's no better time to take advantage of the warm weather and treat yourself to a delicious - and affordable - night out!" Hannah Polauf shared.

"Ladles Of Love" Aiming To Raise Vital $40,000 For Local Food Pantries

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "More people are relying on the food pantries to help them get through this difficult time. Therefore, we need to raise money to help us feed the increased number of clients," Vicki M. Littman noted.

Thirty Hamptons And North Fork Eateries Featured In Spring's Best Dining Deal

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "It's a great time to bring the community together and share the bounty of the East End," Nicolette Diodati shared.

THAW Fest Workshop To Focus On Eating Local

by Sydney A. Braat
Food News - "This workshop will provide insight into the wild and edible plants that are a natural part of our landscape, and guide us towards a deepened understanding of what 'eating local' can mean," Heather Meehan said.

Project MOST's Empty Bowls Benefit Celebrating Its 10th Anniversary

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "The interest and turnout for this event are a shining example of the far reaching impact that our program has had on the entire community," Susan Hanley said.

East End-Based Non-Profit Looking For Valentines

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "If people knew more about the power of giving, they would not let a single meal pass without sharing it is some way," Sheila Minkel Barrila noted.

Carissa's The Bakery In East Hampton Reopening On Valentine's Day

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "I'm particularly excited to reopen while it's still winter and a lovely time to celebrate what this season allows us to indulge in most, like hot chocolate, warming soups, comforting breads and pastries," Carissa Waechter noted.

Ecological Culture Initiative And Friends Restocking Good Ground Seed Library

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - The Seed Library is a free service where folks can take up to five free packets of seeds per month," Rachel Stephens explained.

You're Not Going To Want To Miss This Week-Long Winter Dining Deal

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "Restaurant Week is always a wonderful flurry of activity during what's typically a quiet time of the year," Claudia Fleming said.

A Chili Cook Off For A Cause Taking Place At The Springs Tavern

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "A great event for a great cause....Come warm up with some fabulous chili and help the many Springs residents that struggle daily against hunger," Holly Reichart-Wheaton encourages.

New Grant Looks To Bolster Local Food Safety Standards

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "This funding will make it easier for our growers and producers to ensure safe food handling practices and join the Grown & Certified program," Richard A. Ball relayed.

Ina Garten Signing Copies Of "Cook Like A Pro" In The Hamptons

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "It's filled with delicious, easy recipes," Garten said about her latest cookbook.

Hamptons Seed Exchange And Chef's Benefit Dinner To Benefit Project MOST

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "Project MOST is thrilled to be working with Executive Chefs Adam Kelinson and Jeff Purrazzi on the Seed Exchange and Chef's Benefit Dinner to raise money for the Project MOST after school enrichment program that serves 350 students and their families every day after school," noted Susan Hanley.

Two-Part Workshop To Utilize The Three Sisters

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "These workshops capture the compelling stories of foods that are disappearing from our plate," noted Mimi Edelman.

Nearly 30 Hamptons And North Fork Eateries Participating In Fall Long Island Restaurant Week

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "It is expected that the campaign this fall will garner more than 160 participants," said Steve Haweeli.

Sustainable Fish Varieties To Be Showcased During Intimate Hands On Hamptons Workshop

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "Long Island Seafood is delicious and readily available, but preparing whole fish can be intimidating," Heather Meehan noted.

Oyster Tasting Returning To The East End

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "The annual Oyster Tasting is a fundraiser for the Shelter Island Historical Society which celebrates a time in history when oysters were a thriving industry on the East End," Alice Clark reflected.

East Hampton Historical Farm Museum Hosting Clam Chowder Throwdown

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "Local restaurant chefs and home chefs will present their best chowders!" Jen Edwards.

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