Use one of the Hudson Valley's spring staples, ramps, in this hearty green salad of asparagus, fiddlehead ferns, snap peas, and more.
After spending a day on the trails, fuel up at one of these nearby restaurants for delicious pub fare and refreshing beverage options.
Ulster County's pop-up butcher uses sustainable methods to carve up fresh local meats, craft nutritious bone broth, and utilize underrated cuts.
Make these equally sweet and sour lemon squares as a healthyish treat that features coconut oil, rolled oats, and almond flour.
For the ripest fruits and vegetables, look to local community-supported agriculture (CSA) and score fresh produce in every harvest season.
There's nothing better than sitting in the sunshine with silky soft serve or artisanal scoops from the region's top creameries.
Vegetarians and vegans don't have to miss out on the poke craze. Kale wakame and togarashi rice crisps push this beet-based dish to the next level.
Treat mother dearest to a gourmet brunch or dinner at a favorite restaurant or bring the celebration home with takeout specials.
Celebrate the impending arrival of summer with some bright and citrusy Cinco de Mayo cocktails, perfect for any fan of the agave-based spirit.
Try the Culinary Institute of America's take on this classic shrimp and andouille sausage gumbo with the special addition of smoked duck.
Dutchess County’s Flores Food Truck expands to a brick-and-mortar location to serve its mouthwatering menu throughout the Hudson Valley.
Put your pinkies out and visit local tea rooms for English breakfast and more paired with dainty pastries and bite-sized sandwiches.
Local cidermakers utilize fresh fruit to craft a wide range of ciders, from honey-sweet to bone-dry, at scenic destinations along the Hudson River.
All That Java establishes permanent locations in Rhinebeck and Tivoli, with a Hannaford kiosk in Kingston and more to come.
This sweet and sour dessert is full of bright flavors and a light, airy texture that's made even better with Crown Maple syrup.
A charcuterie shop in Kingston, a bountiful bakery in Poughkeepsie, and a bubbling brewery in Port Chester make the month delicious.
Two ex-bodybuilders turned their biggest craving into a Hudson Valley foodie hotspot with over-the-top donuts that are out of this world.
When making the garlicky green stuff, skip the walnuts and add these nutty snacks found at several Hudson Valley shops instead.