About the Chef, the Breakfast, and ‘One Table’
Chef Carolyn in her blog ‘The Delicious Difference’ often commented on who was at her kitchen door with local food that reached her kitchen and would never see the inside of a market. From those thoughts, Chef has re-imagined the MHI Breakfast Experience. A three-course menu with tastes of the very best of the East End.
‘Our menu will change in sync with the availability of what’s fresh and new in the East Ends Larder. The MHI Newsletter and our Instagram will let you know what’s new and special in our kitchen!
Food is intensely intertwined with our emotions. It conveys comfort, wonderment, warmth and passion. I have traveled the world; honestly, I have fallen in love with the people and food in over 100 countries. I have become an ambassador for their food. I am addicted to sharing the tastes and flavors of the people that have befriended me!
Regardless of heritage, occupation, or preference, food is a universal language. Uniting people, allowing them to experience new flavors and customs while benefiting a worthy cause, lights a fire inside everyone touched by the experience.
When we share food skills with everyone – from children to adults – our world becomes a better place. Where does our food come from? What is the difference between a local organic farm and big ag? What food should we avoid to live a healthier life? Answering these questions, and sharing the skills to cook better, makes it all worthwhile for me!’
Chef Carolyn Stec
It’s your Breakfast at the Mill House Inn and we call it ‘One Table’
Oftentimes declared ‘The Best Breakfast in the Hamptons’
It’s Breakfast at The Mill House Inn and we call it ‘One Table’
There’s only ‘One Table’ available and it’s not for sale!
- Everybody wants their own table, that coveted 4 top in the corner.
- It’s a dining experience ordinarily reserved for hotel guests only.
- For a limited time, it can be yours! Along with 3 dining companions.
- Chef Carolyn will design a special 3-course menu for your breakfast.
A little bit about how ‘One Table’ works: Please call 634-324-9766 and ask to make a breakfast reservation for ‘One Table’ a special way to enjoy the MHI Breakfast Experience and help a very worthy foundation. There is no charge for breakfast. All we ask is that you make a charitable donation of $500.
Then choose one of our preferred charitable foundations – we are sure they are on your A-List as well. Then enjoy your breakfast and 100% of the proceeds will go directly to that very deserving cause. Bring yourself and three of your friends for the most incredible first meal of the day. If you prefer, your ‘One Table’ reservation can be a gift certificate, for up to four of your friends. Just let us know your preference and we promise to take care of all the details!
It’s that simple. Just make one phone call. You get an impossible reservation, a famous breakfast experience, and ‘One Table” will benefit the worthy cause of your choosing. Please have a look at our list, the MHI Philanthropic Alliances!
MHI Philanthropic Alliances
Hoops 4 Hope UBUNTU – hoopsafrica.org
I am, because we are – We would not succeed without the people around us. Through basketball, Hoops 4 Hope is teaching the children of South Africa and Zimbabwe life skills, sense of community and giving them the role models they so desperately need.
Share the Harvest – sharetheharvest.org
Share the Harvest Farm brings the bounty of the East End to working class – local individuals. They not only provide produce through the summer months, but also preserve the harvest for distribution during the winter months.
Amber Waves Farm – amberwavesfarm.org
Amber Waves Farm was developed to not only feed the community but to educate them. Katie and Amanda offer programs in farming and culinary for children and adults.
Peconic Land Trust – peconiclandtrust.org
Peconic Land Trust is responsible for conserving local working farms and natural lands on Long Island. These farms are what make our breakfast unique and local!
Project Most – projectmost.org
After school programs including Art & Culture, S.T.E.M programs, Health & Wellness and Nutrition for children and families of the East End. These programs help young adults discover their own strengths and passions to propel them to success in life.
Heart of Springs – heartofsprings.org
Heart of Springs provides the resources to preserve the history and charm of the hidden hamlet of Springs on the East End. Supports the Springs Food Pantry as well as preservation and management of Ashawagh Hall, the Springs Historic Blacksmith Shop, and Springs Library.
Katy’s Courage – katyscourage.org
In memory of Katy Stewart, Katy’s Courage was developed to educate and support pediatric cancer as well as children’s bereavement support through Katy’s Kids.
LVIS – lvis.org
The Ladies Village Improvement Society is responsible for the maintenance and preservation of historical landmarks, trees, nature trails and green spaces in the Village of East Hampton. They also offer scholarships for college to local graduating students as well as adults to further their education.
Children’s Museum of the East End – cmee.org
To give children of the East End an outlet for creativity and imagination. Nutrition, art, STEM, reading, farming, nature, language, music…the list goes on. The children’s museum has programs for all ages and is inclusive to all children regardless of socioeconomic status.
Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons (ARF) – arfhamptons.org
ARF is a “no kill” adoption center who rescues cats and dogs from around the United States and find them loving homes. They also help provide affordable vaccination, spay/neuter and micro-chipping for pets on the East End.