In Montauk, another stop on the taco trail.
Before you know it, with help from the Wellness Foundation of East Hampton, your weight, cholesterol and blood pressure could be down and your spirits and health will be up.
Lyme expert Gerald Simons will speak on November 12 in Bridgehampton.
The lowly sea robin gets the citrus treatment in this easy and elegant dish. • Photograph by Lindsay Morris
Finding hidden flavors in an under-loved fish. • Photographs by Lindsay Morris
There is much trial and error when learning how to fillet a sea robin. First, start with a sharp knife!
A new, trim Staples is back in Cross’s sequel Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead 2 after sorting out the emotional problems that led him to overeat, which even included guidance from Bruce Lee. The Wellness Foundation of East Hampton will preview the new film at 7 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 27 at the LTV studios in Wainscott.
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.
“Kale is superior to all other foods on the planet when it comes to its micronutrient content,”writes Rip Esselsytn, professional triathlete, turned Austin firefighter, turned international advocate for the heart-healing value of vegetables in his 2013 cookbook, My Beef With Meat.
Hayground School in Bridgehampton is realizing a dream that has quietly landed it on the cutting edge of school lunches nationally. The dream involves tempting young children to respect and crave healthy food in a culture awash in processed fare and restoring the prime socializing cement of a shared table.
It’s a chocolate aficionado’s dream, a brownie that’s a rumble of complex and dense tones and textures, and gluten-free to boot. Its popularity is one of the extremely edible reasons why Montauk’s Naturally Good Foods is expanding into new quarters on the village’s Main Street in April.
The gluten-free brownie’s popularity is one of the extremely edible reasons why Montauk’s Naturally Good Foods is expanding into new quarters on the village’s Main Street in April.