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Where to fill your plate and satisfy your palate

Basil Lemon Butter Cookies (Recipe)

A fun cook-off on October 13, plus a yummy cookie recipe for a last blast of summer


Green Tomato Marmalade (Recipe)

An easy recipe to use up the last of the tomato harvest


Baron's International Kitchen in West Hurley, Ulster County

Add some zest to a meal with relish, hot sauce or a spicy marinade from this Hudson Valley company


The Last Bite in High Falls, Ulster County

The soup and sandwich shop for breakfast and lunch — and now tapas for dinner


Oakhurst Diner in Millerton, Dutchess County

Comfort fare made with farm-fresh ingredients


Kale: Today’s Hot Vegetable (Usually Served Cold)

Quick recipes for kale chips and kale and cannellini beans


J. Rocco’s Steakhouse and Speakeasy in Shandaken

Ulster County gets a new chop shop


Tomato Time (Nearly)

A sure sign of summer: fresh, juicy, tasty tomatoes


The Crimson Sparrow Opens in Hudson, New York

Delighted foodies flock to Hudson’s hip new eatery

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Queen Elizabeth’s Drop Scones (Recipe)

Call them drop scones, Scottish pancakes or griddle cakes: They’re delicious with strawberry compote and ice cream


Asia: Mini Review of a New Restaurant in Stone Ridge, NY

Chinese, Japanese and Thai, oh my!


Dandelion Wine (Recipe)

Plus real wine — and a special tasting — at Whitecliff Vineyard in Gardiner, NY


Fresh, Spring Produce and Donating to the Food Bank of the Hudson Valley, NY

Asparagus, ramps and fiddleheads, oh my! (And a thought for those in need)

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Jack and Luna’s Café in Stone Ridge, NY (Mini Review)

A sleek setting for breakfast, lunch... and jazz nights


Hudson Hil’s Cafe and Market in Cold Spring, NY (Mini Review)

A cheerful setting for breakfast, lunch (and dinner on weekends), all made with fresh, local produce


Hudson Valley Restaurant Week Starts Now

March 18 to 31 — don’t miss it!


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About This Blog

Lynn Hazlewood is the former editor of Hudson Valley Magazine and a frequent restaurant reviewer. A shameless booster of local eateries and food producers, she cooks from scratch, makes a terrific risotto, and hopes to live long enough to sample every good restaurant in the Valley.

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