Eat & Drink

Sushi 101

If temaki is still as foreign to you as Tokyo, read on. We tell you all about raw fish and rolls, seaweed and sashimi — everything you need to know to become a sushi sophisticate

Steak Houses

Porterhouse. Rib Eye. Filet Mignon. Are you hungry yet? From city-style hot spots to down-home dining rooms, here are eleven of the Valley’s best places to find the beef

Magic on Market Street

French favorites — spiced up with the flavors of the Mediterranean — await diners at Rhinebeck’s newest brasserie

Storefront Sustenance

Piccolo Due’s location in a mini-mall belies its inviting atmosphere and long list of Northern Italian specialties

Here’s the Beef

Two transplanted Manhattanites turn Red Hook into a culinary destination with the opening of their authentic steakhouse
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Sugar and Spice

Try these quick and simple whipped cream recipes to dollop atop decadent holiday treats — and still have plenty of time to enjoy the festivities

Best New Restaurants

New restaurants pop up throughout the Hudson Valley all the time. (Although the economy has certainly slowed that trend a bit.) But which ones are really worth a special trip? From an Italian trattoria to a swank hotel hot spot, these seven outstanding eateries, all of which have opened in the last two years, are not to be missed. So make your reservations — and get ready to enjoy a dynamic dining experience

At the Depot

If dining out to the same mindless soundtrack has you bored silly, try parking...

Viva Italia!

With a menu full of northern Italian favorites, two-year-old Vico spices up the dining scene in Hudson

Cool Comfort

Chill out this summer with these five delicious — and easy-to-prepare — cold soup recipes.
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