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Winning Grub: Clam and Chowder House at Salivar’s Dock

Two beloved Montauk institutions have reopened as one and Montaukers in the know are again picking up their forks and digging into some of the best grub on the East End. The West Lake Clam and Chowder House has moved into the old Salivar’s overlooking the Montauk Harbor entrance and docks.

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Food Truck Heaven Without the Crowd? Get a VIP Ticket

This is our fourth food truck derby coming up on August 8. Remember the first one when it thunder stormed all day, and then broke for the hardy souls who made it and stayed and then enjoyed good weather? Then there was the one with all the drummers. It’s a great family event, but it’s […]

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Shinnecock Bay Restoration Project Is Tagging Fluke; If You Catch One Please Throw It Back

We have recently begun a tagging study of fluke in the bay. We are using acoustic tags and receivers to study the movement of summer flounder, or fluke. If you happen to catch a tagged fish, please consider releasing it so that we can continue to collect important data. Attached is a flyer outlining what the tags look like, and a number you can call if you encounter a tagged fish.

July 25 2014

A Summer Nite on the Beach to Benefit New Suffolk Waterfront on July 26

Join us for a casual summer beach party, overlooking our new marina and under the stars, featuring a refreshing signature cocktail, North Fork beer and wines and a supper of locally sourced foods to enjoy as you dance the night away. Music by the one-and-only “Who Are Those Guys!” Tickets: $100 in advance; $115 at the door. A […]

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Dan’s to Partner for this Year’s HARVEST on August 23

In its fifth year HARVEST has taken on a new partner. The Long Island Wine Council and the nonprofit HARVEST East End are partnering with Dan’s to put on Long Island Wine Country’s signature event on Saturday, August 23. The event, now called Dan’s HARVEST EAST END, will remain in place on the North Fork at McCall Ranch in Cutchogue. This year’s honorees are chef Tom Schaudel and New York Times food writer Florence Fabricant.

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Weekly Update from Browders Birds: Foodie Edition; Did you Know They Make Mayonnaise Now?

At Browder’s Birds, we get a lot of visitors. It is very rewarding to show off our healthy, happy animals and explain how we farm using rotational grazing with mobile structures and portable fencing. We are always transparent at our farm and you can see our animals in the brooder, out on pasture and even on processing day. Lately, we have had a lot of chefs stop by the farm to learn more about the ingredients they feature!

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In Our Next Issue, We Go in the Kitchen With George Hirsch

For our upcoming High Summer Issue, photo editor Lindsay Morris and I spend some time in the kitchen with George Hirsch. A local — although as a 15-year resident of the Hamptons he says he’s still getting his green card — chef and host of the show on public television, “George Hirsch Lifestyle.”

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Memorial for Ann Marie and Marco Borghese Set for August 16

Comment | By | Photographs by Denis Yuen

The profound and tragic loss last month of Ann Marie and Marco Borghese was felt throughout the East End. Now the family has issued word about a memorial service for the couple next month on August 16. A ceremony will be held at 3 p.m. at the Our Lady of Ostrabrama Church at 3000 Depot Lane in Cutchogue. That evening from 6 to 8 p.m. there will be a memorial concert at the winery featuring Hugh Prestwood and Friends, who have played there before. Admission is free.

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Shinnecock Bay Restoration Project Is Tagging Fluke; If You Catch One Please Throw It Back

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We have recently begun a tagging study of fluke in the bay. We are using acoustic tags and receivers to study the movement of summer flounder, or fluke. If you happen to catch a tagged fish, please consider releasing it so that we can continue to collect important data. Attached is a flyer outlining what the tags look like, and a number you can call if you encounter a tagged fish.

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    Where We’re Eating: July 23, 2014

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    It’s certainly feeling like midsummer these days—a little sticky, a little muggy, a little slower and, some nights, too hot to cook. When that’s the eminent feeling (similar, we think, to the feeling that okays Birkenstocks as evening-wear in the summer), Edible’s editors like to leave the cooking to someone else. Here’s where we’re eating right now.

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    Dan’s to Partner for this Year’s HARVEST on August 23

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    In its fifth year HARVEST has taken on a new partner. The Long Island Wine Council and the nonprofit HARVEST East End are partnering with Dan’s to put on Long Island Wine Country’s signature event on Saturday, August 23. The event, now called Dan’s HARVEST EAST END, will remain in place on the North Fork at McCall Ranch in Cutchogue. This year’s honorees are chef Tom Schaudel and New York Times food writer Florence Fabricant.

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