What’s a better pairing than Saturdays in spring? Spend your springtime Saturdays with Chef Lia Fallon, who will be presenting food and wine pairings at…
Hi, I’m Gianna (Hi Gianna) and I serve alcoholic beverages. I am a writer, first and foremost, but I’ve been doing the bartender thing for the better part of a decade now, so my very first series will chronicle my adventures doing, well, the bartender thing.
Next Sunday, March 30, starting at 1 p.m., anyone with $25 and an empty stomach will get to vote on chilis made by five local chefs and eight home cooks.
Eating local is getting easier and easier on the East End.
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.
The North Fork Education Initiative’s second annual Share: A Celebration of Education fundraiser and cocktail reception was held last Sunday at Golden Earthworm Organic Farm in Jamesport, to benefit the Peconic Community School.
It’s been a busy couple of weeks in the East End kitchens, as many restaurants are ushering in new chefs.
Lia Fallon, chef and owner Lia Fallon Catering, will be cooking up “stone soup” this Friday at the Roanoke tasting room on Love Lane in Mattituck at 6 p.m.
I will be on Tom Schaudel’s radio show on WHLI AM at 1100 on the dial on Saturday morning from 10 to 11 a.m….