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Crab & Sweet Corn Chowder

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Aug 22, 2012 at 2:24pm

Hello from my (ridiculously brief) summer vacation in East Hampton. The only reason I’m posting a recipe while on vacation is that the local produce out here is so astonishing that I’m inspired to cook here more than I am at home. As much as the area is known for spiffy homes, those homes are…

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Baked Lemon Pudding in the Hamptons

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Aug 16, 2011 at 6:50pm

The day I arrived at my inlaws’ home in East Hampton, John’s dad made one of his famous dins, this time spinach souffles with rock shrimp sauce followed by braised beef short ribs with couscous. For dessert…this luscious lemon pudding. God I love lemon desserts – better than chocolate. Yeah, I just said that. The…

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Part I: Eastward Ho!

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Aug 17, 2010 at 11:14am

We just returned from visiting my in-laws’ home in the Hamptons, one of the prettiest places in the world. With lush flowers, towering trees, white beaches, and sprawling “cottages,” there is always somewhere picturesque to rest your eye. The food is lush too, spilling over onto quaint farm stands and into local markets. Berries, melons,…

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East Hampton ’09

Posted by Stephanie Meyer on Aug 17, 2009 at 6:34pm

Back from another lovely, tasty, way-too-short stay at my in-laws’ in East Hampton. It’s a long trip from Minneapolis, once you fly into La Guardia and hitch a ride to the east end of Long Island; door-to-door, the better part of eight hours, drag. But hey, I’m not really complaining – it’s East Hampton for…

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