We may still be waiting for our first asparagus and peas, but there is spring seafood aplenty coming out of our local waters. Here is some visual inspiration for what to look for at your favorite seafood shop.
More than dozen East End restaurants and wineries will unite for the fourth annual Taste of Tuckahoe fundraiser to benefit Tuckahoe School. The event will be held on Friday, April 25 from 7-10p.m at the 230 Elm restaurant. This year will feature a VIP hour from 6-7p.m.
You just know summer’s right around the corner after next when Claudio’s reopens for the season. Join them for the kickoff party on April 11 from 4 to 6 p.m. when they’ll be offering $1.44 beer and wine.
Zigmund started doing the dinners in October 2012 and plans to continue through May this year, perhaps starting up again in the fall.
The Sag Harbor Elementary School held its fifth annual Multi-Culti Night this month to celebrate the varied heritage of its students and eat some really good food.
Featuring favorite editors Amy Zavatto and Brian Halweil, this video highlights some of the best artisan distillers that poured at Edible Manhattan’s Good Spirits event last month. The biggest thing is the advance in local spirits since our first event in 2010, as Brian describes in the video; there are so many more! Also look for East Ender Chris Tracy talking about his VerVino vermouth.
The Daily Meal just published its top ten list for school lunch programs across the country. But it neglected to mention the secret ingredient–call her the school food whisperer–behind nearly half them.