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Robin Cherry

Pumpkin Season Has Arrived in the Hudson Valley

FROM HALLOWEEN’S CLASSIC jack-o’-lanterns to the bowl of little orange gourds that always decorated my grandmother’s table (from Columbus Day to Thanksgiving), nothing says autumn like pumpkins. The pumpkin is

Kingston Duo: bluecashew Kitchen Homestead

“WE TOOK GARBAGE AND NAILED it to the wall.” That’s how J.T. McKay describes how he and Sean Nutley designed bluecashew Kitchen Homestead, their relocated and re-imagined retail and cooking demonstration

Poke? OK!

POKE (RHYMES WITH OKAY) is a raw, marinated fish salad similar to sashimi, fish tartare, fish carpaccio and Peruvian ceviche. Derived from the Hawaiian word meaning to cut crosswise into

Jodi Cummings; Cafe Macchiato

SITTING AT A WINDOW TABLE with bistro tables out front and a blackboard covered with coffee options over the bar, you might feel like you’re in the West Village, but with

Chocolate Heaven

WATCH OUT, HERSHEY, PENNSYLVANIA! from 11am to 5pm on Saturday, November 5, Red Hook (Dutchess County) will be the sweetest place on earth when it hosts Red Hook & The Chocolate

A Tale of Two Restaurants

OVER THE YEARS, STISSING HOUSE, in the tiny town of Pine Plains, has served as an inn, tavern, restaurant, bawdyhouse and biker bar. Today, it’s once again a restaurant, now


EVER BEEN TO A CARROT FESTIVAL? Probably not. But you can honor garlic (the stinking rose) at more than two dozen festivals in the United States—including one in Saugerties—as well

Ray McEnroe of McEnroe Farm

ONE FRUIT CAN CHANGE ANYTHING. Adam and Eve had an apple. Persephone had a pomegranate. Ray McEnroe had a tomato. It was 1988; McEnroe had recently entered into a partnership


WINNIE-THE-POOH GOT A BUM RAP. Although he may not have known it, the honey-loving “Bear of Very Little Brain” actually was following the lead of the Roman scholar Pliny the

Newburgh Brewing Company

IN THE WORDS OF GARRETT OLIVER, the award-winning brewmaster of Brooklyn Brewery, “If you’ve tasted only mass-market beer, I’m afraid you haven’t actually tasted beer at all. Real beer is

Hudson Valley Restaurant Week is back this April 8-21!