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Take-Home Charcuterie Picnic Baskets Benefits Southampton History Museum

by Gabrielle Topping
Food News - "This year has been extraordinary for the Southampton History Museum. We've learned to adapt our wide-ranging programs into outdoor and electronic formats. To pay the bills we are taking imaginative steps to such as this picnic basket benefit following all NYS health and safety requirements," Tom Edmonds, Director of the Museum, relayed.


INTERVIEW: Chef Ed McFarland On The New Sag Harbor Summer Garden And More

by Shakir Philippe
Food News - Ed's Lobster Bar in Sag Harbor has launched Ed's Summer Garden, a newly designed and beautiful outdoor space featuring a spacious tent with adirondack chairs and a dreamy canopied summer garden.


INTERVIEW: Chef David Burke On Honest Plate, Sustainability, #CookinDB, #FeedtheHeroes And More

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "Sustainability is important to me; we are always exploring ways raise the "green" bar at my restaurants. We do a lot of repurposing of what would conventionally be considered scraps to reduce our food waste," Chef Burke told us.


Historic Hamptons Restaurant To Re-Open Doors For 51st Year After Brief Hiatus

by Sydney A. Braat
Food News - "The Old Stove Pub holds a special place in the hearts of Hamptonites," noted DeCristofaro. "The history of the Pub is so rich, and restoring this property was a true labor of love."


Caribbean Café Opens In Hampton Bays

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - The eatery will highlight traditional island fare, which brings together authentic West Indian and French Caribbean dishes with a nouveau twist.


Kissaki Opens Hamptons Outpost

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "I'm extremely excited to bring Kissaki, our style of Omakase Sushi and Kaiseki that honors Japanese tradition, to the Hamptons this summer," Garry Kanfer relayed.


Sushi Returns To East Hampton Eatery For Summer

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "We're excited to be offering new take-out and delivery options for the summer that highlight our chefs' top skills," the Highway team shared.


Interview: Michelle Walrath and Fran Panniccia, Co-Founders of Organic Krush, Receive Surfrider Foundation Honor

by Sydney A. Braat
Food News - "It was a natural transition to open a restaurant that was conscious of all of this, and to find alternative ways to serve organic products that had minimal burden on people's health. Organic food is grown with the respect of farmer's health and love of the earth in mind," stated Walrath and Fanniccia.


Manhattan Eatery Offering "At Home In The Hamptons" Catering Boxes

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "For 27 years guests have thought of Grazie Restaurant as Home," Jennifer Mandell noted. "We are now thrilled to bring Grazie into your home in the Hamptons all summer long with our catered family meal boxes delivered right to your door."


Outdoor Dining To Be Allowed When Long Island Reaches Phase Two Of Reopening

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "COVID-19 is still a real threat and we're still battling it. I know it's not on the front pages today, but it is still in people and in society," Governor Cuomo stated. "But thanks to the people of New York and the nurses, doctors and essential workers, today we have the lowest number of hospitalizations ever and we have the lowest death toll ever."


"Cooking With The Countess" To Kick-off With Rhubarb Compote With Vanilla Sauce

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "In my practice, I emphasize the harmonious integration of body, mind and spirit," Chef Brian relayed. "I feel very strongly in using superior nutrition combined with the judicial use of select herbs, pure water, sensible exercise, effective detoxification protocols and other lifestyle factors in order for anyone to realize superior health."


Rezdôra Making Special Hamptons Deliveries

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "We had received quite a few requests for fresh pasta from our guests who had retreated out East and were outside of the city's delivery zone," Chef Stefano Secchi noted. "Our goal is to make people happy and we wanted to do something to bring a smile to their faces."


Dock to Dish: Now Directly To Your Door

by Eileen Casey
Food News - "We knew we needed to get fresh seafood directly from the fleet to the people, and about seven weeks ago after numerous strategy discussions with leaders and advocates of the fishing community, we came up with the idea to create a 'no contact' delivery system for fish fillets to go directly to our members' doors," Dock to Dish Co-Founder Sean Barrett said.


Community Restaurants Gather To Support Health Care Workers Through East Hampton Eats Initiative

by Sydney A. Braat
Food News - "We need to come together as a community to support each other and help out those who are struggling," remarked Joe Rose, a long-time local restauranteur.


Jon Bon Jovi's JBJ Soul Kitchen Food Bank To Address Food Insecurity On The East End

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "The pandemic has strained food distribution networks around the country, and after hearing from organizations on the ground about its local impact, the need for a food bank on the East End became clear to us," said Jon Bon Jovi.


Two Hamptons-Based Organizations Presenting "Fund For Food" Campaign To Provide Emergency Food Pantry Donation

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "The operating budgets of our local food pantries exceed $100,000 per month so every bit helps," EEC volunteer Meredith Maltby explained. "There is so much need on the East End right now."


StayMarquis Donates More Than 200 Meals (And Counting) To East End First Responders

by Sydney A. Braat
Food News - "We are so pleased with all of our owners and guests that participated in helping us donate over 200 meals to our first responders. Partnering with Honest Plate was a logical move as it allowed us to support a local, small business, while also serving the local community," said StayMarquis Co-Founder, Alex Goldstein. 


East End Food Institute And Honest Man Restaurants Partner To Cook Meals For Local Food Pantries

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "It's a trifecta of wins: we will be re-employing restaurant workers, supporting local farmers and purveyors and addressing food insecurity at a time of great need," Toni Ross noted.


Raffle Featuring Amazing Hamptons Culinary Experiences To Support Local Restaurant Workers That Are Unemployed Due To COVID-19

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "I started this raffle because I personally couldn't give any more to these relief funds, but desperately wanted to continue to help," Robyn Diederiks noted.


Suffolk County Community College Culinary Student Bakes Dozens Of Sweets For Frontline Medical Workers

by Nicole Barylski
Food News - "This was a great opportunity to give back to the frontline workers that are fighting for us each and every day," Justin Ranghell explained. "I hope to do it again to express my thanks and appreciation."


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