After you make this easy recipe with Hudson Valley apples once, you'll never want to purchase the grocery store stuff again.
We asked local coffeeshops and tearooms for a few of their more unique beverage recipes; they may just become your new fall favorites.
Hudson Valley Chef Ric Orlando shares the secrets behind his mouthwatering chicken cacciatore dish that's perfect for fall and winter days.
Toast to the unofficial end of summer—Labor Day weekend—with these delicious and refreshing cocktail recipes by Valley restaurants.
Celebrate the arrival of fall in the region by adding the sweetness of fresh Crown Maple products to succulent dishes like pulled pork.
This spirits-heavy cocktail is elevated to new heights by one of the Hudson Valley's most beloved ingredients, Crown Maple syrup.
Also known as Freedom Soup, the recipe from La Talaye in Haverstraw mixes butternut squash, potatoes, and parsnips for a flavorful fall meal.
With hearty ingredients and powerful flavors like pepper, lime juice, and garlic, this tchaka mayi soup will warm your soul.
These chickpea power bites taste like dessert but are packed with healthy proteins and fats to keep you energized on Hudson Valley hikes.
Experiment with the flavors of Louisiana in this delicious crawfish étouffée recipe perfected by The Culinary Institute of America.
In the warmer months, there's no better dessert than this refreshing treat that tastes even better after an overnight chill in the fridge.
Have fresh Hudson Valley blueberries? Try this old-fashioned cake-like dessert — it’s gluten-free and vegan, too!
There’s more to this versatile stalk than pie. Enjoy Hudson Valley rhubarb in a traditional English dessert, as well as a tangy vinaigrette.
Whether you want to celebrate National Mac and Cheese Day or are just craving a plate of cheesy noodles, these recipes do the trick.
Use fresh Hudson Valley berries in these refreshing summer cocktails, including mojitos, boozy lemonades, and more.
Start the day off right with these delicious and light banana pancakes, made completely gluten-free and dairy-free.
Everyone's favorite warm-weather vegetable gets a culinary upgrade on the grill, as fries, and even turned into pancakes.
Using classic Angry Orchard Crisp Apple and fresh ginger, craft a super-refreshing cocktail for summer sipping.
Pasta night gets a healthy twist with the help of spiralized zucchini, roasted butternut squash, and shiitake mushrooms.
Hudson Valley cookbook author Julia Turshen shares a childhood dish with an unique preparation of Caribbean chicken pelau.