Foodie Fatale on Bonnie Grice’s Eclectic Cafe (WPPB 88.3)

by Foodie Fatale on December 21, 2012

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BonnieGriceEclecticCafe1 300x225 Foodie Fatale on Bonnie Grices Eclectic Cafe (WPPB 88.3)

Foodie Fatale on Bonnie Grice’s Eclectic Cafe (88.3)

Thanks to Peconic Public Broadcasting 88.3 WPPB – FM and Bonnie Grice for having me as a guest on the Eclectic Café yesterday. Along with food great Fern Berman, we had a wonderful time tasting and discussing the delicious foods of coastal Connecticut and the Hamptons. It was such a pleasure and honor to talk in person to someone I’ve admired on air for so long.

Here is some more info about the foods we tasted on the show:
The mimosas were made using Wölffer Estate Vineyard Blanc de Blanc and Noblesse Oblige Sparkling Rose. Don’t miss a visit to Sagaponack, New York to taste Wölffer wines in person.

The cannolis were from Petonito’s Pastry Shop in East Haven, CT. Read more about the history of this inspiring business  in this article I wrote for the New Haven Advocate in 2011.

The Caramelized Onion, Gruyère and Black Pepper scones were freshly baked at Mary’s Marvelous in East Hampton, New York. Read more about the scones and Mary’s new East Hampton location in a recent Foodie Fatale post.

And from Fromage Fine Foods and Coffees in Old Saybrook, Connecticut I brought Cato Corner Farm Bloomsday Cheese. The bread from Pierre’s restaurant in Bridgehampton, New York.

Please comment and let me know about your favorite locales in coastal Connecticut and the Hamptons. I’ll be sure to visit!

(Read more about my Hamptons adventures here!)

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