A distinctly Gallic stew bubbles in East Quogue. • Photographs by Lindsay Morris
I thought my mother was nuts, quite frankly, until I grew up, moved to the city, ate my first grocery store tomato and almost cried from the tasteless slice of whatever was supposedly passing for a tomato on my plate.
More than dozen East End restaurants and wineries will unite for the fourth annual Taste of Tuckahoe fundraiser to benefit Tuckahoe School. The event will be held on Friday, April 25 from 7-10p.m at the 230 Elm restaurant. This year will feature a VIP hour from 6-7p.m.
Things have evolved, restaurant choices for Christmas and Christmas Eve are now wide open. Here’s some places for East Enders to take a break from cooking for the holidays.
The cocktail portion never fails to impress with cooks outdoing cooks as they sling clams, corn, duck, tomatoes and other timely harvest. Since this is a family affair, among those cooking will be current Hayground parents Chef Jason Weiner of Almond restaurants and L&W Oyster Co, and Christian Mir of the Stone Creek Inn.
As we recount in the Low Summer issue of Edible East End (on the streets this Friday), it’s mysterious that even as farm stands…
A transplanted couple has been impressing diners—nonstop—for 14 years.