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[Photo via YumSugar] Grill this. You don't have to save smores for late night beach-front bonfires. You can easily enjoy the sweet, gooey treat during a day by the pool especially with graham crackers and marshmallows made from scratch. While this might be more work than you're willing to put into a snack on a lazy summer day, it will be worth it with every bite. Besides, It's the end of August, so your days of getting adventurous with the grill are numbered. Ingredients and directions below... More»
[Photo by Michelle North Photography via To27.com] Sip this...The mojito is the quintessential summer cocktail with refreshing bursts of mint and lime that pair perfectly with relaxing by the pool...Or should we say partying by the pool? The mojito pros of Bacardi are teaming up with To27.com for a mojito party giveaway... More»
[Photo via WeekofMenus] Every caffeine addict knows that taking your java poolside doesn't exactly working out so well. Iced coffee just melts into a watery mess and who wants to drink hot cup of anything under the glaring sun? We don't, but we think this reverse coffee drink is a suh-weet alternative for those needing their coffee fix by the pool. Milk, sugar (maybe a bit of chocolate syrup if you're feeling ballsy) over coffee ice cubes? Genius...
[Photo via Panoramio] Shelter Island's dining options are tasty, yet limited so if you're venturing to the Island and you're looking to try something besides Sunset Beach, Sweet Tomato's, or stopping by any of the many cafes located on the island, make a visit to The Dory Restaurant for their secret patio if for nothing else. Don't be fooled by its' appearance as this grub spot is more than worth the ferry ride. The food? Delicious. The view? Even better. More»
[Photo via HWTM.com] Sip this. If an alcoholic icy slush treat doesn't sound like poolside perfection, then we don't know what does. This sugar rimmed champagne slushie topped with strawberries will make the perfect summer treat for a relaxing day by the pool or on the beach while simultaneously taking you back to the days when rainbow slushies were all the rage. This boozy version of the tasty summer pastime is easy to make while offering up a sweet, refreshing icy cocktail to help you cool down while soaking up the sun poolside... More»
[Photo via TheKitchn] Sip this. Based on it's ingredients, the Michelada, known south of the border as the "Mexican kissing drink" might be a bit questionable. A beer cocktail with hot sauce, lime, and salt? We know, sounds scary, but don't be fooled. We found a mango version of the "beer margarita" which is sure to please while lounging poolside as long as you're willing to sip adventurously. And with no hard liquor needed for this wild concoction, you wont run the risk of passing out by the pool before your night out gets started. Ingredients and directions below... More»
[Photo via Sunset] Grill This. Quesadillas are the perfect snack to have while lounging poolside, because they are not only extremely flavorful but are such an easy finger food to eat. Depending on what time it is, you can adjust the recipe to be either a breakfast quesadilla, or a lunch snack to enjoy poolside. What's even better is that you can also easily swap out some of the ingredients based on you or your guests' likings... Since we are such huge fans of using the grill as much as you can during the summer, today's recipe is for Grilled Chicken Eggplant Quesadillas... More»
[Photo via Dessert First] Slurp This. Popsicles are a food that reminds many of their childhood, however who said you cannot enjoy these icy treats as an adult as well. With lines for places such as Pinkberry and Red Mango leading down the street, frozen yogurt is a culinary trend that seems to have struck the right chord with people throughout the nation. Today's recipe is for Lemon Frozen Yogurt Raspberry Popsicles which are truly the perfect icy treat to enjoy while lounging poolside while being healthy for you too... More»
[Photo via OCS] Grill This. Grilling fruit may sound weird at first, but don't knock it until you have tried it. Over the weekend we visited a pick your own peach farm, and collected nearly ten pounds of perfectly ripe peaches. On the way home though, we thought, what in the world are we going to do with ten pounds of peaches!? Sure enough, they are countless things you can do with peaches and one of which is grill them. Today's recipe is for Grilled Peaches With Mint and Vanilla Bean Ice Cream. Ingredients and directions, courtesy of OCS, below... More»
[Photo via londonderrynh] During the summer and into the fall, the Hamptons is known for having accessible fresh fruits and vegetables. There are numerous farms in Suffolk County which grow a wide assortment of fruits and vegetables that you can then pick on your own. Below is a list of farms in Suffolk County where you can pick your own fruits and vegetables. Some of them require a small trip to get to, hence why they are Off The Eaten Path locations...
[Photo by Quentin Bacon] Eat This. If you spend time in the Hamptons this summer and don't at least try some of the locally caught seafood then you are truly committing a culinary sin. Today's recipe is for Blackened Striped Bass with Corn Spoon Bread and Greens. This dish has a slight southern twang to it with the addition of corn bread, but it works nicely with the cooked fish. Striped Bass is native to the Northeast waters surrounding the Hamptons...
Wednesday, May 22
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.