Use one of the Hudson Valley's spring staples, ramps, in this hearty green salad of asparagus, fiddlehead ferns, snap peas, and more.
Make these equally sweet and sour lemon squares as a healthyish treat that features coconut oil, rolled oats, and almond flour.
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.
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.
This sweet and sour dessert is full of bright flavors and a light, airy texture that's made even better with Crown Maple syrup.
When making the garlicky green stuff, skip the walnuts and add these nutty snacks found at several Hudson Valley shops instead.
For a healthy and refreshing meal, turn to bright Hudson Valley ingredients like wild herbs, whole grains, fresh citrus, and more.
Craft a healthier Hudson Valley brunch with these recipes for baked apple cinnamon French toast and strawberry, quinoa, and chia seed smoothies.
You only need six ingredients to whip up the classic tasty treats that showcase the warm, nutty characteristics of charred coconut.
For a bright and flavorful vegetarian dish, these chickpea-based snacks are even tastier with a dollop of dill-and-garlic infused Greek yogurt.
A more mature take on the signature cocktail of Sex and the City fans, this modified cosmo is perfect for happy hours in the Hudson Valley.
Make these fun and festive treats with the kids to brighten up your shamrock celebration after the corned beef and cabbage are gone.
The classic Irish recipe by Hudson Valley cookbook author Nava Atlas crisps potatoes, cabbage, and kale all in one skillet.
Use The Culinary Institute of America's picture-perfect Irish soda bread recipe to bring a taste of the "Emerald Isle" to the Hudson Valley.
These spruced-up spuds make for a perfect side dish to your traditional Irish supper, with green colors and satisfying sage flavor.