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  • History of the North Fork Through Its Cookbooks

    I’m working on a cookbook that will include the agricultural and culinary history of the North and South forks and went back through the archives of Edible East End to find a story first published for the 2011 spring issue, “Cooking for the Ages.” To write it I visited Antonia Booth who, at that time […]

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  • Rehydrate Your Sourdough Starter

    View this post on Instagram Dehydrated #sourdough #starter for @slowfoodeastend annual potluck. A post shared by Eileen M. Duffy (@cellarette) on Sep 24, 2017 at 10:30am PDT Slow Food East End had its annual meeting/potluck yesterday. So much great food and great crowd at the beautiful Camp Quinpet on Shelter Island. I didn’t get to […]

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  • RECIPE: George Hirsch’s Cedar Planked Salmon

    Pacific Northwest Native Americans are said to be the first to use cedar and alder wooden planks over open flames to capture the flavor of smoked wood for cooking fish, meats and vegetables as opposed to just salting and drying fish to preserve. This type of smoking is also popular with early Scandinavian immigrants who […]