The flavorful and filling dish is the perfect way to get the most out of Brussels sprouts while using Hudson Valley ingredients like Crown Maple syrup.
This recipe from The Bakery in New Paltz is a twist from the original classic with added notes of almond, coconut, and—of course—pecan.
How to make a savory spring crostata with asparagus, courtesy of Rebecca Miller Ffrench’s Whole Protein Vegetarian cookbook
These sweet and spicy chicken wings are absolute crowd-pleasers, perfect for fun family dinners and social gatherings alike.
Chef Peter X Kelly of Restaurant X and Bully Boy Bar in Congers provides this earthy, upscale dish that every local foodie needs to try.
The treat comes from Chocolates and Confections at Home with The Culinary Institute of America, one of the Hyde Park school's cookbooks.
From a Garnerville resident, this nutty, peanut butter granola recipe is a breeze to make at home and a healthy way to get tons of energy.
The recipe comes from One: Pot, Pan, Planet: A Greener Way to Cook for You and Your Family, an eco-friendly cookbook by author Anna Jones.
The once flavorless, bland, and boring spirit shines bright in the Hudson Valley. Plus, try out these eight great vodka-based cocktails.
Author Anna Jones shares a scrumptious and healthy recipe from her One: Pot, Pan, Planet: A Greener Way to Cook for You and Your Family cookbook.
In her cookbook One: Pot, Pan, Planet: A Greener Way to Cook for You and Your Family, author Anna Jones dishes on how to make this mouthwatering meal.
Infuse your next pesto pasta dinner with garlic mustard greens or other native wild greens, including dandelion, chickweed, and more.
Celebrate the Hudson Valley's maple syrup season with a sweet balsamic vinaigrette salad, glazed salmon, pulled pork, and more.
Drink your dessert with this sweet and boozy beverage for St. Patrick's Day, courtesy of a classic perfected by the Culinary Institute of America.
Potatoes colcannon makes for a great side item for your St. Patrick’s Day dinner or a standalone starchy meal on colder days.
Turn to this classic Irish lamb stew, perfected by the Culinary Institute of America, for comforting and cozy winter suppers.
As Hudson Valley-based Chef Dan Kluger proves, roasted Brussels sprouts are incredibly delicious, especially alongside creamy avocado.
This scrumptious salad recipe, courtesy of Chef Dan Kluger, is just as delicious as a side dish as it is for a lighter lunch during the week.
Hudson Valley-based Chef Dan Kluger shares a recipe from his new cookbook for a vegetarian main that's full of flavor and easy to prepare.
This elegant recipe from Hudson Valley-based Chef Dan Kluger is a delightful starter or side dish during the spring and summer months.