A big French name takes over a corner in Bridgehampton.
David Rosengarten, who most of us know for his encyclopedic knowledge of food, grew up in a Brooklyn household obsessed with the foods of Italy.
A country girl, Katie Lee is as true to her Southern roots as she is exhilarated by the abundance of her newfound Hamptons home.
Follow your heart, be happy, change slowly and maybe try your hand at making bagels.
A TV chef cooks Hamptons food from his home in the Hamptons.
Artist Dan Rizzie has lived in his North Haven home since 1996. For most of that time he lived with his girlfriend, Susan Lazarus, but this year they made it official and married. Their home, like their kitchen, is filled with art, relics, books and souvenirs from their travels, mostly from their yearly visits to Italy. And when one goes to Italy, one brings back something to eat or drink. Rizzie and Lazarus have gathered spices, herbs and digestifs that not only add to their meals but to the decor, making their kitchen a museum for the senses. A working museum, because Rizzie makes dinner nearly every night. Lazarus is a happy sous-chef.
Local news and a local nonprofit meet every night for dinner over local food.
Hedge funds to hedgerows is a major adjustment.
The Slowest Food on the East End.
Sunday dinner involves the community and local goods.
Family dinner with the Mattituck couple that makes New Yorkers swoon for seasonal seafood.
For the upcoming year, we’d like to hear from you about people whose kitchen you’d like to get a peek into, or people who you think need a little recognition for the work they do.