Archive for September, 2011

Cooking Curiously from Taylor

September 24, 2011

Holy Cow Three quarters of a cow brought to us by Russ McCall of McCall vineyards in Cutchogue, NY. The cattle is of the historic Charolais breed originally from France and central Europe. We got one of the first available! Really excited to get into this one! Stay tuned to see where it all goes…

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Nation’s Restaurant News: Operations in Action

September 20, 2011

Operations in action: Luce & Hawkins by Laura Doty Situated in an inn originally opened in 1863, Luce & Hawkins restaurant in Jamesport, N.Y. is surrounded by 25 acres of rural land, allowing Chef Keith Luce to operate a true farm-to-table program. According to Luce, who took over the kitchen here in January 2010, 10 […]

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Top Spots for Lobster Newsday

September 18, 2011

By Daniel Brennan Restaurant critic Peter M. Gianotti has sampled servings of seafood at several Long Island restaurants — including scores of variations on lobster. Here are 10 of the spots he feels serve crustacean you can trust.  A Lure $$ | Restaurant, Seafood 62300 Main Road Southold The steamed lobster is the simplest preparation, […]

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2011 Chandelier Event: Sally & Andy’s North Fork Nuptials

September 16, 2011

Summer love has officially set in here at Chandelier Events. That’s why we’re totally swooning over Max Flatow‘s images of a recent North Fork wedding we planned this Spring. The Hamptons gorgeous sister, Long Island’s North Fork proved a perfect backdrop for our couple Sally & Andy’s April wedding. Not only was the evening a […]

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North Fork Patch by Linda Slezak

September 14, 2011

Local Chef Returns to Roots at Luce and Hawkins Chef Keith Luce, who has worked at prodigious restaurants across the globe, is the head chef at the restaurant in South Jamesport Keith Luce, chef of Luce and Hawkins Restaurant in South Jamesport, is, in a way, the prodigal son who came home. Born and raised […]

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Edible Manhattan

September 12, 2011

Forget Sand: Visit Long Island for this Stellar Series of 10-Mile Wine Dinners, Held in Private Homes | September 8, 2011 | By Eileen M. Duffy | Photographs by Randee Daddona  Keith Luce, of Jedidiah Hawkins Inn in Jamesport, will be one of the 10-Mile Dinner chefs  Long Island’s second annual HARVEST – a local wine auction and […]

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