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Pati Jinich, Nicholas Poulmentis, Colin Ambrose, Dr Frank Lipman And More Featured In Fourth Annual

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The fourth annual Food Lab Conference at Stony Brook Southampton Campus will be held on Friday, September 14 and Saturday, September 15.

Entitled "Eat Global... Cook Local," this year encourages diversity, emigration, immigration, assimilation and acceptance through our different communities and cultures. One largely effective way to do this is by food, cooking, eating, and producing.

"I'm really excited about this year's Food Lab Conference, happening this weekend," Geoffrey Drummond, Associate Provost for Creative Arts and Food Lab Executive Director, shared. "Our theme 'Eat Global...Cook Local' is important and relevant to all of us, especially out here on the East End of Long Island. It takes one of our region's, as well as our nation's, most pressing issues -- globalism, immigration, diversity, assimilation -- and looks at it through the lens of what we eat and drink, and with whom, where it comes from, and who produces it."

There will be a cooking demonstration of Greek classics before the Festival opening reception on Friday from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. led by Chef Nicholas Poulmentis, the chef at Akrotiri in Astoria, New York, and a champion on the 's .

"We are also, in this Conference, having some of the nation's top physicians, nutritionists, medical educators and chefs talking about how all of this plays into our personal, as well as communities' health and wellness," Drummond noted. "We are thrilled to be welcoming among our 25 speakers Pati Jinich, and Awarded Chef and Host of her TV series, Pati's Mexican Table, Colin Ambrose, Chef/Owner of Estia's Little Kitchen in Sag Harbor, Dr Frank Lipman MD, author of the best selling book How To Be Well, and , of The ."

There will be an opening reception on Friday at the Literary Landmark Windmill on the Southampton campus from 6:30 to 8 p.m. - complete with cocktails, hors d'oeuvres and opening remarks from Drummond.

Cultural Ambassador of the Shinnecock Nation Shane Weeks will offer a blessing and a song before Slow Food East End board member and Out East Foodie blogger Laura Luciano offers a talk on "Eat Global...Cook Local: Nourishing Community and Understanding Through 'Slow' Food.'"

On Saturday, the panels and conversations will commence at 9:15 a.m. and continue through 5:30 p.m. Feature topics include Diversity in the Bottle; Local Food ,cheongsamfuli

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