Have you spotted these East Enders on the small screen?
Ina Garten, East Hampton’s favorite “Barefoot Contessa,” featured some North Fork flavor on Cooking For Jeffrey last Sunday. On the new Food Network show, Garten was visited by Matt Michel, owner of Greenport’s 1943 Pizza Bar and Rolling in Dough pizza truck. The friendly foodies made a summer squash pie and limoncello cheesecake squares.
In other East End culinary news, the Dr. Oz Show recently visited Mattituck’s North Fork Potato Chips at Sidor Farms. Veteran food journalist Mark Schatzker shared the snack company’s cooking process with viewers, noting that regular potato chips are healthier than their low-calorie, low-fat counterparts.
Actors Aaron Paul, Hugh Dancy and Michelle Monaghan filmed scenes for The Path in Greenport Village last week. Of the popular Hulu show, which has been picked up for a second season, The Hollywood Reporter said, “The Path examines a family at the center of a controversial faith-based movement struggling with relationships, marriage and power. Each hour-long episode will take an in-depth look at what it means to choose between the life we live and the life we want.” The show’s first season is currently streaming on Hulu.
Bridgehampton’s Sarah Jessica Parker was featured in a recent Sunday Profile segment of Sunday Morning on CBS. In her interview with Jane Pauley, the beloved Sex and the City actress discussed her upbringing, her career evolution and Divorce, her new show on HBO.
Kelly Ripa, Water Mill resident and host of Live! on ABC, will join South Forker Anderson Cooper for the 10th annual CNN Heroes: An All Star Tribute. The pair will co-host the celebratory event, which honors those who went above and beyond to help others this year. The show airs live on Sunday, December 11, at 8 p.m. on CNN.