This is your chance to finally own what Bon Appetit called “the greatest dessert book in the history of the world.”
As one chapter closes, a new one begins at North Fork Table & Inn in Southold.
The master is still at work in Southold.
I doesn’t seem that long ago, when our editor in chief Brian Halweil was out on the Main Road in Southold taking pictures as…
The iconic River Café is hosting a charity event reuniting its past chefs for a garden party tasting under the Brooklyn Bridge in honor of and to raise money for one of its own, chef Gerry Hayden of North Fork Table & Inn. Proceeds from the tasting event will go toward promoting research for ALS and to raise money for quality of life care for Hayden.
The 10th annual Great Chefs Dinner is just around the corner and tickets are still available. The list of celebrity chefs who have signed on to cook for the cause, which will raise money for the culinary and garden program as well as scholarships for students at Jeff’s Kitchen at the Hayground School, is nothing short of stellar.
Another fundraiser hit the scene on Sunday—sauces by Long Island Culinary Collaboration—sauces conceived by chefs that took part in the dinner. Each represents an aspect of their cuisine and the bounty of the East End. The sauces are made by Jeri Woodhouse, of a Taste of the North Fork, and will be available on the A Love Shared website as a package of 12.
A dedication to excellence and all things local drives two couples at one of the East End’s best restaurants.
What happens when you purchase a food truck, but don’t like the way it looks? If you’re the proprietors of the North Fork Table…
How Catapano’s goat milk yogurt changed the panna cotta at North Fork Table.