I grew up on the North Fork of Long Island and spent the weekends exploring the South Fork. When my real estate career brought me to East Hampton fifteen years ago, I made it my full time home with my husband, John, and my now seven year old son, Logan.
During my college years at the New York Institute of Technology where I studied Culinary Arts, I worked both the front and back of the house at some of the best restaurants on the Twin Forks. After my time in the restaurant industry, I turned my sights on writing for a local newspaper, writing everything from front page political pieces to a weekly social column, while always emphasizing, attending and reporting on events, festivals and fairs that would excite any foodie. When the career opportunity came along to sell real estate in the Hamptons and play an integral roll in the advertising department, I jumped at it. After taking an early retirement from real estate five years ago, I decided to return to my original passions, food, restaurants, and writing. Now, with my son in second grade, I feel I have the time to dedicate myself to writing, blogging and tweeting about the culinary scene in the Hamptons.
I hope you enjoy what is to come beginning this fall. I am always open to suggestions, change, and new ideas. Please comment and I will reply. I take each one of my followers seriously and don’t want to waste your time nor mine. So, I hope together we can evolve to make my posts and tweets the most foodie informative of the Hamptons.