Whether you keep it classic with ketchup and mustard or go wild with chili, bacon, and cheese sauce toppers, you can't go wrong with a local hot dog.
Adults only! Angry Orchard cider, Fireball, and vanilla ice cream – plus a Cinnamon Toast Crunch rim – combine to form the ultimate summer dessert.
Everyone’s favorite campfire sweet gets the gourmet treatment with specialty graham crackers, homemade marshmallows, and unexpected twists.
These recipes will have your guests begging for your mixology secrets.
Located inside a historic building by the Catskill Creek, the Greene County cidery and taproom pours heirloom and wild-fermented ciders and meads.
From pad Thai and ped penang to red curry and durian, these local restaurants have Thai food down to a tee.
Can you say farm-to-pizza pop-up three times fast? Because it’s happening with Hilltown Hot Pies in Kinderhook.
From the blend to the bun, a butcher knows how to make the best patty.
Break out the tongs, shuck some corn, and light those charcoal briquettes. Summer is grilling season, and we’ve got tips, tricks, dishes, and drinks to ignite ideas for your next cookout.
Meet Berry Bissap, the black-owned hibiscus tea company that marries the flavors of Ghana and the Valley from its Poughkeepsie Underwear Factory kitchen.
A rare new opening brings inventive bar food and playful craft cocktails to Peekskill.
New safety procedures help the region’s markets adapt to meet shopper and vendor needs while remaining open during the COVID-19 crisis.
The Hudson Valley's speakeasy-style bar shakes and stirs craft cocktails and small bites, with Story Screen Theater right next-door.
Family-owned pop-up Teagevity brings healthy, organic tea blends to the Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge in Rockland County.
Esquire spotlights the Hudson bookstore bar and café in its ranking of the top 27 places to grab a drink in the United States.
From curry to korma, local Indian restaurants dish up specialties that will leave your taste buds craving more.
Happy Valley Arcade in Beacon is a throwback mecca for Ring Pop vending machines, old-school murals, and all the Pac-Man you can imagine.
To give watermelon a compressed steak-like texture, Chef Rich Parente of Clock Tower Grill in Brewster vacuum seals his watermelon while it marinates.
Based on a dish you’ll find in many Brazilian steakhouses, this quick-cooking recipe, from Ed Randolph of Newburgh’s Handsome Devil BBQ, packs bold flavors.
At 82 BBQ in Verbank, pitmaster and Executive Chef Erik Morabito rubs his wings with a secret blend of brown sugar, smoked paprika, and oregano