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Jam In Print

Just a few jars of jam can open nearly endless possibilities for the culinary curious. That’s what Christopher Wilson, owner of the small-batch, Cuddebackville-based LunaGrown Jam company proves in his

Cocoa Connoisseurs

SPENDING A COLD WINTER DAY out in the snow and ice practically demands a steaming mug of hot cocoa. The common, store-bought packets may do for some in a pinch, but


To Nick Citera, co-owner of Cosimo’s Restaurant and Development Group, who was presented with the Marist College President’s Community Service Award in October. Marist President David Yellen cited Citera’s deep

5 Spoke, 5-Star Cheese

ALAN AND BARBARA GLUSTOFF of 5 Spoke Creamery are sure of one thing: Producing great cheese takes time. From their historic farm in Goshen (Orange County), the pair produces a unique line

Cutting Boards for Charity

After crafting countless pieces of furniture, toys, jewelry boxes and cutting boards for family and friends over the years, local teacher, woodworker and Valley Table contributor John Roccanova was looking

Pumpkin Carving Made Easy

Whether you take hours carving intricate spooky scenes into your Halloween pumpkin or go for the classic, toothless jack-o-lantern look, there are two factors that will almost totally determine the

Hudson Valley Apple Cider Vinegars

THINK HUDSON VALLEY AND YOUR NEXT thought might naturally be apples; from there it’s only a few milliseconds to apple cider, cider donuts, apple pie and all the other dreamy

Top Farmers’ Market Finds This Fall

THERE’S SOMETHING ABOUT THE COOL autumn air that makes a visit to the local farmers’ market that much more enjoyable (the re-emergence of warm, apple cider donuts and pumpkin-flavored everything

Granola, Like Mom Makes

WHEN SARA HIGGINS WAS RAISING three kids in the 1990s, most of the breakfast cereals on the market were loaded with sugar and artificial colors. Unimpressed by the commercial options, she

Yogurt—As the Greeks Do It

THE EVER-SO-PETITE sweet Greek yogurt jars from Argyle Cheese Farmer are redefining grocery store Greek. Hand-crafted at the Randles’ family dairy farm that dates back to the 1860s, the New York

William Grant & Sons Buys Tuthilltown Spirits

THE SCOTTISH DISTILLING FIRM William Grant & Sons has purchased Tuthilltown Spirits in Gardiner, marking the company’s first move into the American whiskey distilling sector. Citing the “authenticity” and quality

Drink This Flower: Peony Vodka

FORMER NEW YORK CITY ATTORNEY Leslie Farhangi was captivated by the opulent rows of peonies blooming each June on her 200-acre farm in Millerton. She dreamed about something she could craft

Custom Donuts Come to Beacon

WARM, GLAZED AND PILED HIGH with decadent toppings, Glazed Over Donuts, the latest addition to Beacon’s burgeoning food scene, is bringing a whole new meaning to the phrase “sugar rush.” But

Les Collines Jellies and Preserves

SOMETIMES, YOU NEED TO go outside and pick some fruit. That’s what pulled writer Brigid Dorsey to her backyard crabapple trees a few years back, and soon enough, small jars of

Agribusiness Corp Receives Leadership Award

CITING HUDSON VALLEY AGRIBUSINESS Development Corporation’s “leadership and vision strengthening local agriculture,” Janet Crawshaw and Jerry Novesky, publishers of The Valley Table, present The Valley Table’s 2017 Farm-to-Table Leadership Award

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