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Eat This Fact

Sophie Egan, Director of Programs and Culinary Nutrition for the Strategic Initiatives Group at the Culinary Institute of America, explores America’s relationship with food and comes up with some surprising

It Takes a Village

Rhinebeck’s iconic Terrapin restaurant, a landmark destination in the Dutchess County village since it opened in 2003, has undergone a major interior redesign, unveiled in May to the delight of

Stop and Taste the Roses

GARDEN VEGETABLES MAY BE A SUMMER STAPLE, but don’t overlook the blossoms and buds that precede them. Edible flowers add flavor and nutrients as well as a splash of color

Flea Market Meets Food Fair

“The main purpose of Smorgasburg has always been stuffing your face with well-sourced artisanal food,” says Smorgasburg co-founder Jonathan Butler. Not quite a farm market, not quite a flea market,

Dinner on the Rails

When the transcontinental railroad was completed in 1869, successfully connecting the country’s east and west coasts, it introduced a new standard of travel. Extravagant accommodations and gourmet dining cars became