Ellen Wright

Ellen Wright
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Ellen first visited Bridgehampton on Long Islandin 1971. She fell in love with the area and as soon as she could, bought a house there. Many of her recipes are inspired by the summers she spends in the Hamptons.

Ellen Wright
Ellen's Featured Recipe
Laurie’s Crunchy Noodle Pudding

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Ellen Wright is an artist, interior designer, and cookbook author.


Her books are Around the Table: Easy Menus for Cozy Entertaining at Home and Bridgehampton Weekends: Easy Menus for Casual Entertaining.


Tom and Meredith Brokaw hosted a party to celebrate the publication of Around the Table.


Ellen, who counted the late James Beard among her friends, currently is working on publications that combine all three of her vocations of artist, designing, and home cook. 


Ellen lives in New York City and Bridgehampton, Long Island.

Latest Recipes

Glazed Pork Loin with Mustard and Brown Sugar

This is the most delicious braised pork because of the combination of ingredients: mustard, brown sugar, and prunes. The pork loin is lar...

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Cheese Puff Pastry Sticks with Salt

What could be easier than these buttery sticks made out of puff pastry, which is readily available at the grocery store in the refrigerat...

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Laurie’s Crunchy Noodle Pudding

This recipe is from my ex-sister-in-law, Laurie, who always gave wonderful dinners with my younger brother; Barry. Her recipe is so good ...

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Spicy Chicken Nuggets with Blue Cheese Dip

When cut into small pieces, the chicken cooks up tasty and crispy and is very handy to eat. Big kids and little kids all love these.

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Key Lime Squares

I acquired the recipe for this terrific tart in Florida while living in a house at the beach. It is a dessert you can bring to your neigh...

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Baked Bacon Bread Sticks

One weekend I was testing this recipe, and before I knew it, I had eaten almost the entire batch. They are that good and impossible to re...

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These baked meat dumplings go very well with soups or salads, especially thick, hearty soups like this one. Served alone, they make a nic...

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