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Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor Features the Long Island Film Festival

The Long Island Film Festival is scheduled to happen at the Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor on November 13th.  Gather your friends and join in an evening of films and talkbacks at the Bay Street Theater.   The films begin rolling at 4 P.M. and continue until 8:30 P.M. and will feature over 15 different directors including Bob Read, Keith Oncale, Shawn Washburn, Bryan Sansivero, Dan Zani, Alexa Barrett, and many others. 

The schedule for the evening is as follows:

4 P.M. – 6 short films featuring “The Making of the Nutcracker”; “Break”; “Shadows of Kings Park”; “Pirates”; “East Side Gang”; and “Ceasar and Otto in the House of Dracula”.

5:15 P.M. – “Once More to the Cabin”

6 P.M. – “The Popcorn Man”

6:30 P.M.  – 4 Short Films – “Die Weibe Lile”; “Crimson Awakening”; “Kids Mgmt”; and “Perpendiular Thinking”

7 P.M. – “Forieann Cadladh” and “An Ranger”

7:30 P.M. – “Handbook of Relationships”

8 P.M. – “Goyband” – the night’s feature comedy

Admission is $12.00 and tickets can be purchased in advance.  Also remember to reserve your room at the Shorecrest Bed & Breakfast.  They will be featuring a special weekend package for guests that will be attending the Long Iland Film Festival.  Call the Shorecrest Inn directly for details at 631-765-1570. 

Foodies on the North Fork of Long Island

I went to see the movie ‘Julie and Julia’ last night and was inspired to eat, cook, and Blog!  So first things first, I went straight from the movie theatre to the Love Lane Kitchen in Mattituck and it was fabulous.  I enjoyed Lamb chops with charred eggplant and tomatoes which was perfectly cooked, and ordered a glass of Primitivo, an Italian red wine.  Just divine!  Their menu changes weekly, but you are sure to always enjoy it.

Upon returning home, I immediately started to prepare breakfast for the next morning.  Being inspired, the first savory entree was a custardy egg, cheese, and Canadian bacon concoction that Julia would have been proud of!  My sweet entrée which I prepared was oven baked French toast with caramelized apples.  Both recipes have to be refrigerated overnight before baking the next morning.  Delicious and convenient when you are a busy Innkeeper!

Breakfast recipes and gardening pages will soon be on the Blog, so stay tuned.