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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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Two Water People Inspire Each Other

Love of the water united Gina Bradley, who owns Paddle Dive, a stand-up paddleboard business, and jewelry designer Susan Rockefeller, who donates 5 percent of the proceeds of her Deep Dive Collection to Oceana, the largest organization working to protect the oceans.

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What Feedfeed Does With an Iacono Chicken

Stay tuned for the next installment of the collaboration with Edible, which had us recently strolling the fields of Amber Waves Farm with one of our favorite bloggers, Jodi Moreno from What’s Cooking Good Looking, harvesting some amazing produce for her to cook with!

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Monday: An Industrious Day at Montauk Beach House

Monday is Industry Day at Montauk Beach House. The old RonJon got gussied up three years ago when the Polynesian-themed motel was turned into a private club in the heart of Montauk and the tiki god standing guard over the village turned gold.

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Wild Raspberry Season Is Here!

The raspberries are nearly two weeks late this year. I suppose it’s not surprising, considering the long, cold spring we had on the East End, but the lateness has thrown off my summer culinary schedule.

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The Petulant Wino

The place lives up to its name. It’s quirky, hip and relaxed, and on a summer Friday evening buzzing with wine-region visitors and local food aficionados alike. Wine industry types were at the bar unwinding; any residual petulance from the workweek didn’t last long.

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Are You Interested in Becoming a Slow Food Leader?

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It’s election time again! This September, Slow Food East End will elect five chapter leaders (board members). If you are interested in nominating someone, or nominating yourself, take this survey to read about the process and to make nominations and comments. SFEE is also looking for people who are interested in serving on one of their committees or volunteering at […]

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    Memorial for Ann Marie and Marco Borghese Set for August 16

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    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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