Drink It Tuesday: Rosé Piscine

Recently launched onto the U.S. market, Rosé Piscine initially was launched in France and Brazil. It has been on the market in Brazil for just over two years. Just in time for summer, Rosé Piscine has made its debut in the Hamptons. They were a featured rosé at Dan’s Rosé Soirée over Memorial Day Weekend.

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Drink It Tuesday: Tickle Water

Cheers to the upcoming summer! I am thrilled to reintroduce my readers to one of my favorite child-friendly beverage companies, Tickle Water. My favorite characteristic of Tickle Water is that it is perfect for small hands, meaning that it will be ideal for my daughter to bring with her to school and activities. Her favorite is the watermelon and green apple. She calls the Watermelon flavored water “owl bubbles.” It is so cute when she laughs after each sip. We enjoy Tickle Water together during the afternoon while at our pool. The size is also compact and lightweight for bringing to the beach. The tickly taste is so refreshing!

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10 Best Things I Ate in 2016

What a year 2016 was! I had the pleasure of dining at the best restaurants in the Hamptons and North Fork as well as some notable restaurants in Manhattan, Connecticut and Washington D.C. It proved to be very tough to narrow it down to ten favorite dishes, but after careful consideration, I am thrilled to present the ten best things I ate this past year. I could only imagine what delectable plates 2017 will bring!

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Drink It Tuesday: Dona Chai

If you admire the comforting taste of chai with its powerful essence of fresh spices, Dona Chai would surely become a staple in your kitchen. I first discovered Dona Chai just over a month ago. It was love at first sip, I just had to have more. It took quite a feat of strength to resist enjoying the chai, either iced or hot, on a daily basis. I prefer an iced chai during the mid afternoon anytime of year, but always appreciate a piping hot cup of chai in the morning.

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East by Northeast in Montauk

Nestled on the water’s edge of Montauk’s Fort Pond, East by Northeast is truly a unique dining spot in Montauk. Serving up Pan Asian cuisine with a hint of tasteful American influence while utilizing local, fresh ingredients, it is a perfect romantic waterfront getaway year round. I couldn’t help but imagining what it would be like to dine at ‘ENE’ during the summer season. Bring together a signature cocktail, an appetizer such as their Yunnan Pork Ribs or Organic Lolli Pop Kale Chips and an eye-catching sunset, and you have seamlessly created a memorable summer evening.

They certainly have a menu worth exploring. Aside from the Long Island Restaurant Week menu, of which my husband and I were very fond of, unique dishes that jumped out at us were the Kani Salad, the Mango Tango signature sushi roll, and Crispy Kurobuta Pork Belly.

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