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Issue 21, 2003



Collection of cover from the past 5 years


Russel Wright redux. by Kathy Baruffi

Locally grown: It’s a long road to a tomato. by Keith Stewart

The Valley Table: Five years.

Tastemaker: Barry Benepe. a Valley Table interview

Fabulous farms, food and markets.

Tastemaker: John Vargo of Gadaleto’s. a Valley Table interview

Deja vu: The persimmon puzzle. by Tom Hatley

Traditions: Armenian monti and toorshee: Anoush ella! by Dikran Hazirjian

By the glass: The educated palate. by Steven Kolpan

Kitchen garden: Lemon verbena. by Leslie Coons

Eau-de-vie du Warwick. by Jan Greenberg

Destinations: Floating the Erie. by Peter Rose

Last call: Kuri. portrait by Flavia Bacarella


Good stuff: Local milk in schools; New cookbook; Compost; Hudson Valley Wine Fest.

September-November 03 Events



Beef stew with green apples (Russel Wright)

Sauerbraten (Russel Wright)

Rhode Island clam chowder (John Vargo / Gadaleto’s)

Maryland crab cakes (John Vargo / Gadaleto’s)

Mother’s tomato catsup (John Vargo / Gadaleto’s)

Persimmon pudding (Tom Hatley)

Toorshee (Pickled vegetables) (Dikran Hazirjian)

Monti (Dikran Hazirjian)

Lemon verbena sugar cookies (Leslie Coons)

Vegetarian reuben (Peter Rose)

Chilled cucumber and avocado soup (Peter Rose)

Barry Benepe

IT’S SAFE TO SAY THAT without Barry Benepe, Union Square Greenmarket, or indeed any of the city’s current Greenmarkets—would not be as prominent and successful as they are, if they

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