Last Friday was the final Sessions in the Speakeasy dinner at Jedediah Hawkins Inn. We sampled seven beers, ate some great food and listened to an information packed talk by Tom Acitelli, author of The Audacity of Hops. The book is also an information packed history of beer in the United States, with a big […]
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Everyone’s heard of death by chocolate, but what about murder by mushroom? As E.L. Wyves learned in her 2005 interview with members of the Long Island Mycological Society, the latter is much more likely (and, obviously, much less fun).
Filmmaker Brent Nemetz has food on the brain. The East Ender, who owns Stirling Films, has won three Emmys for his work on PBS and the Food Network. And for the moment he’s working on developing a show for Food Network featuring our farmers and artisans.
Newcomer Wainscott Main Wine & Spirits is looking to jazz up the off season with “The Industry Sessions” a series of tasting workshops on Wednesday nights at 5:30 p.m. with guest winemakers and wine professionals to be announced. Topics will include Vintage from our Vantage: North Fork, Shop it Like a Sommelier; Finding Gems from the List $50-$500, Know […]
There’s a lot of information here about what’s going on in March at the Riverhead Project for colorectal cancer awareness, but it’s worth a read to find out the many ways you can donate to a good cause and put yourself in the running for some great prizes. And if you like the ceremony of the Academy Awards, the restaurant has a great way to celebrate. Dress up and walk the Blue Carpet.
Everyone needs a little inspiration at dinner time. I do the same thing with butternut squash every time I cook it: cube and roast with the skin on with just olive oil and kosher salt.