East End Food Looks for Community Support as It Enters Next Fundraising Phase for Food Hub - 27 East

East End Food Looks for Community Support as It Enters Next Fundraising Phase for Food Hub

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Pastry Chef Holly Dove-Rozzi of Nick & Toni’s, East End Food Executive Director Kate Fullam and Executive Chef Michael Rozzi of The 1770 House. CORINNE TOUSEY

Pastry Chef Holly Dove-Rozzi of Nick & Toni’s, East End Food Executive Director Kate Fullam and Executive Chef Michael Rozzi of The 1770 House. CORINNE TOUSEY

Chef Michael Rozzi preparing Chilled “Street Corn” Soup featuring Balsam Farms, Crowley’s Farmstand, The Hoppy Acre and Goodale Farms. CORINNE TOUSEY PHOTOGRAPHY

Chef Michael Rozzi preparing Chilled “Street Corn” Soup featuring Balsam Farms, Crowley’s Farmstand, The Hoppy Acre and Goodale Farms. CORINNE TOUSEY PHOTOGRAPHY

Chilled “Street Corn” Soup featuring Balsam Farms, Crowley’s Farmstand, The Hoppy Acre and Goodale Farms. CORINNE TOUSEY

Chilled “Street Corn” Soup featuring Balsam Farms, Crowley’s Farmstand, The Hoppy Acre and Goodale Farms. CORINNE TOUSEY

Channing Daughters Wine. CORINNE TOUSEY

Channing Daughters Wine. CORINNE TOUSEY

Long Island Roasted Fluke featuring North Fork Seafood, Amber Waves Farm and Balsam Farms. CORINNE TOUSEY

Long Island Roasted Fluke featuring North Fork Seafood, Amber Waves Farm and Balsam Farms. CORINNE TOUSEY

East End Food volunteers Angela Ledgerwood and Pat Sanders. CORINNE TOUSEY

East End Food volunteers Angela Ledgerwood and Pat Sanders. CORINNE TOUSEY

Table decor sponsored by Lilee Fell Flowers and Bridgehampton Florist. CORINNE TOUSEY

Table decor sponsored by Lilee Fell Flowers and Bridgehampton Florist. CORINNE TOUSEY

Kitchen adjacent to garden designed by Evan Mason of Sustainable Homes and Yards. CORINNE TOUSEY

Kitchen adjacent to garden designed by Evan Mason of Sustainable Homes and Yards. CORINNE TOUSEY

East End Food banner welcomed guests against expansive Sagaponack farm fields. CORINNE TOUSEY

East End Food banner welcomed guests against expansive Sagaponack farm fields. CORINNE TOUSEY

authorCailin Riley on Aug 31, 2023
For the past several years, East End Food, formerly known as East End Food Institute, has been on a mission to transform the way the region produces and accesses food.... more

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