Learn to make classic dishes in your own kitchen.
Here’s a delicious culinary riddle: How do you make local cheese from fresh summer milk infused with fresh black winter truffle, and age it in time to melt onto a grass-fed beef burger in the fall?
North Fork Taffy is one of very few companies — including Atlantic City’s most prominent producers — that actually put salt int their “salt water” taffy.
Where There’s Smoke There’s Competition: the 2014 Shelter Island Whole Hog Invitational.
Imagine a Neapolitan thin crust style pizza that is perfectly soft and crisp, lightly charred, with a nice smoky flavor that cooks in a flash right on your grill.
For our upcoming High Summer Issue, photo editor Lindsay Morris and I spend some time in the kitchen with George Hirsch. A local — although as a 15-year resident of the Hamptons he says he’s still getting his green card — chef and host of the show on public television, “George Hirsch Lifestyle.”
Here is another meal from our farm stand collaboration this summer with Edible. A quick reminder on how this works. Edible scours the amazing local farms and farmers markets for produce and drops it off for Dan and me at feedfeed as well as to other cooks in the feedfeed community.
My most evocative dish is Long Island striped bass in a lavish preparation that honors my late grandmother, the accomplished baker, cook and author, Paula Peck.
“We were blown away with all of the amazing entries to our ‘Inspired by feedfeed’ contest,” says Julie Resnick, who with her husband, Dan,…
With her Southampton-based business, Madeline Picnic Co., Madeline McLean is here to help you with all of your gourmet-food-on-the-go needs.
The East Hampton Historical Society newest exhibit feature two of our most famous chefs. The opening reception will be held on May 30 from 5 to 7 p.m. and the exhibit will run through July 13.
At Clovis Point’s third annual chili contest, Noah Schwartz of Noah’s in Greenport took home Best of in the pro category. It was smoky…