Sweet potatoes and peanuts are the ultimate pairing when it comes to crafting the perfect cup of soup for a cozy dinner in the Hudson Valley.
It’s maple syrup season! Make the most of it by pairing the sweet ingredient with ripe pears and melty Brie for an easy dish that everyone will love.
The autumnal recipe makes two tempting loaves of pumpkin bread that taste equally wonderful with coffee as they do a scoop of ice cream.
Impress your guests – or yourself – with fall-themed drinks that embrace cozy flavors like cinnamon, honey, and maple syrup.
The easy, late-summer recipe is a terrific way to make the most of the Hudson Valley's tomato harvest while incorporating pantry staples.
Follow this simple recipe for a classic fall treat that is super easy to make (and even easier to eat!). P.S. It tastes best with Hudson Valley pumpkins.
Use apples from your trip to one of the Hudson Valley's picturesque apple orchards to make this creamy, comforting soup for dinner.
These two recipes are proof that pumpkin works wonders in savory comfort foods like hearty chilis and toasty sandwiches when fall arrives.
Fishkill Farms in Hopewell Junction shares a healthyish recipe that embraces cozy fall flavors like brown sugar, cinnamon, and maple syrup.
The Hudson Valley's Freefall Sangria proves just how versatile – and delicious – the warm-weather drink can be.
Whether you call them Cornish pasties, empanadas, or turnovers, these turkey-filled dough pockets are tasty and easy to make.
Make the most of summer's fresh basil leaves with a cookie recipe that's sweet and snackable thanks to a touch of lemon zest.
While many loyal customers return to this orchard year after year to drink cider and pick Ginger Golds and Empires, apple pies are king here.
Enjoy a tasty summer drink, minus the calories, thanks to this sweet and refreshing recipe from a Hudson Valley nutritionist.
Learn to make candied ginger and green tea bread courtesy of John Harney and Joanna Pruess of Harney & Sons Fine Teas in Millerton.
La Puerta Azul in Millbrook shows us how to combine two classic cocktail recipes for the perfect summertime sip in the Hudson Valley.
Adults only! Angry Orchard cider, Fireball, and vanilla ice cream – plus a Cinnamon Toast Crunch rim – combine to form the ultimate summer dessert.
These recipes will have your guests begging for your mixology secrets.
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.