Slow Food East End

January 22, 2014

 

 You are cordially invited to celebrate 

Chef Gerry Hayden
&
The North Fork Table and Inn
at a very special 
Tasting Event
 
Sunday, February 23, 2014     4:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Kontokosta Winery, 825 North Road (Route 25), Greenport, NY   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
Kontokosta Winery, Slow Food East End and notable East End chefs come together to honor Gerry Hayden's exceptional culinary accomplishments, his ongoing commitment to nurturing our local, sustainable farm culture and his many efforts to promote education and awareness of good, clean, and fair food.

 

In the summer of 2013, Chef Hayden and The North Fork Table & Inn established a Farmers' Market behind the restaurant. Gerry is helping these farmers and at the same time, they are helping him fight ALS. You can help, too!

 

Watch the video, then make your reservation today!

The North Fork Table & Inn Farmers' Market
The North Fork Table & Inn Farmers' Market

 

$75 for Slow Food Members    $100 per person for non-members

 

TASTING TICKETS include selections of Kontokosta Wines, Greenport Brewery beer and a chance to meet these great chefs who will create 

delicious hors d'oeuvres inspired by Gerry.

 

Colin AmbroseEstia's Little Kitchen, Sag Harbor/
      Estia's American, Darien Ct. 
Peter Ambrose, Peter Ambrose Events, East Hampton

Robby BeaverFrisky Oyster, Greenport

Peter Berleyauthor Modern Vegetarian Kitchen, South Jamesport

James Carpenter, Citta Nuova, East Hampton

Bryan FutermanEast Hampton

Todd JacobsFresh Hamptons, Bridgehampton

Taylor Knapp, First & South, Greenport

Ty KotzTopping Rose, Bridgehampton

Aldo Maiorana, Aldo's Caf´┐Ż, Greenport

Gretchen Menser, Fresno, East Hampton

Kevin Penner, Southampton

John Rossauthor The Food and Wine of the North Fork, Southold

Rosa Ross, Scrimshaw, Greenport

Noah Schwartz, Noah's, Greenport

Cheryl Stair, Art of Eating, East Hampton

William S. Valentine, Valentine Culinary Consulting, East Hampton

Jason Weiner, Almond, Bridgehampton, NYC/L&W Oyster Co., NYC

 

 Click Here to RSVP 

Gerry was diagnosed with ALS in 2011. 

Money raised will help provide for his quality of life care.

 

Kontokosta Winery is the North Fork's first tasting room and winery with a waterfront location on the Long Island Sound. As a member of the Long Island Sustainable Winegrowing organization, Kontokosta Winery is also breaking new ground in regard to sustainability and environmental stewardship by being designed to become the first LEED Gold-certified winery in the Long Island wine region. The vineyard and winery are situated on 62 acres, which include more than a quarter-mile of waterfront on sweeping bluffs, and a 9,000 square foot wind-powered winery building which houses a stunning tasting room and winemaking facility.

Your East End Chapter Leaders 
Judiann Carmack-Fayyaz, Chair
Bryan Futerman, Vice-Chair
Anne Howard, Membership Chair and Newsletter Editor
Jeannie Calderale, Treasurer
Joan Turturro, Secretary
M. Pierre Friedrichs, Tullia Limarzi, Megan Schmidt, Linda Slezak, Cheryl Stair, Ivo Tomasini, Jeri Woodhouse
 
Ex Officio: Ted Conklin, Founding Leader; Michael Denslow, Brian Halweil, Emily Herrick, Tom Morgan, Chef John Ross, Ursula Massoud, Kate Plumb, Mary Morgan
Slow Food Governor: Ed Yowell
 
Want to get more involved?

Slow Food East End is a volunteer-run chapter that is part of the international Slow Food movement. If you are interested in volunteering to help make our local programs and activities possible, please contact: Volunteers@slowfoodeastend.org.


Join one of our committees:
Communications:  Slowinfo@slowfoodeastend.org

You can learn more about our chapter and the movement at the following websites: www.slowfoodeastend.org, www.slowfoodusa.org.