Issue 10, 2000



Autumn Still Life (William Merritt Chase)


Viticulture at the 41st parallel: Why Hudson Valley vintners choose to grow what they do. by Kathy Broquet-Ansell

Locally grown: Wild weather. by Keith Stewart

The valley vegetarian: Surviving the holiday food frenzy. by Nava Atlas

After the hunt in hunt country. by Diane Weintraub Pohl

Herb of the year: Sage, to be precise. by Leslie Coons

Vaer sa god. by Peter Rose

Technique: Great winter soups from three valley chefs: Megan Devitt, Josh Kroner and Michael Reardon. by Joseph Fitzgerald

Tastemaker: Fritz Sonnenschmidt of The Culinary Institute of America. a Valley Table interview

special section: Marketplace.

Good stuff


"Three Sisters" stew (Nava Atlas)

Cranberry-pecan bread (Nava Atlas)

Pan-roasted quail with apple and prune stuffing(Allan Katz / Allyn's)

Rabbit bourguignon (David Adams / Troutbeck)

Roasted rack of wild boar (David Adams / Troutbeck)

Brunkager (Peter Rose)

Danish apple cake (Peter Rose)

Hakons (Peter Rose)

Oyster stew (Josh Kroner / Terrapin)

Roasted parsnip soup (Michael Reardon / Bistro Zella)

Roasted onion and garlic bisque (Megan Devitt / Winding Hills)

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