My fondness for tomatoes is a recurring theme this month. As we reluctantly end August, I will make the most of what has been a terrific tomato season here on Long Island. I love every kind of tomato from the largest of heirlooms to the […]
Category: Heirloom Tomatoes
After our ten-day trip through Portugal in July, it seemed a shame to be just an hour and a half by air from Barcelona and not go there—especially since Andrew had only been to Spain twice. We’d spent a magical day in Salamanca as part […]
A visit to the C.I.A., A recipe for a True Tuscan Bread Salad and one for a Lower Gluten Salad made with Wheatberries!!
The thrill of being invited to participate in a three-day adventure at the Culinary Institute of America, Napa Valley, California branch is about as good as it gets. Especially if you’re a self-taught home cook. And the experience exceeded every imaginable expectation I had. How […]
It’s that time again! The Hampton Classic Grand Prix Luncheon 2014. And a recipe for Soup from a Centerpiece.
The Bridgehampton Florist’s Personal Table under the tent at the Classic Edible Centerpiece! The Heirloom Tomato Soup from the Centerpiece Even Horses show up for the Grand Prix The Hampton Classic is the season capper to what has been an extraordinary summer out here. The […]
Last Sunday, we gave a pool party for our god-daughter. It’s an annual event to celebrate her birthday for the four of us who are called “The Uncles”. Andrew and I and Terry and Shawn have watched Olivia grow up and we’ve been there […]