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.
At 82 BBQ in Verbank, pitmaster and Executive Chef Erik Morabito rubs his wings with a secret blend of brown sugar, smoked paprika, and oregano
If it’s not grilling weather, this recipe from Chef Constantine Kalandranis of 8 North Broadway in Nyack and Harrison’s 273 Kitchen can also be done in the oven.
Photo by Enormous Creative This dish from Chef Michael Anastacio of Peekskill’s Fin & Brew also works well as a light summer supper. Just plate the swordfish and corn-avocado relish, and you’ve got a simple, ...
The colorful morning recipe comes from Chakra Bowls, a smoothie bowl café in Poughkeepsie.
Live large with this extra-special, gluten-free recipe from Mad Batters Pastries in Marlboro.
The secretly gluten-free recipe from Black-Eyed Suzie's Upstate in Saugerties relies on corn flour for its perfectly crispy coating.
Adobe Stock / Alessio Orrù Pancetta, garlic, and a very special secret Hudson Valley ingredient make this noodle dish a true showstopper for lunch or dinner. The situation is all too common. As the dinner ...
Whip up one of these sophisticated — and easy — cocktails for Dad’s big day
It's refreshing, flavorful, and easy to make.
Savor the flavors of the Hudson Valley's fruit and vegetable bounty with these expert canning tips and tricks.
It's been a long spring. You've earned a cocktail.
So easy to make, so delicious to drink.
You found a farm and filled a flat with strawberries. Now what? Look to this expert recipe from food stylist, author, and former Hudson Valley resident, Erin Jeanne McDowell.
Embrace the holiday vibes with the Hudson Valley's top brews and beverages.
This herb-marinated grilled chicken is simple, easy to prepare, and flat-out fabulous.
The recipe is chock-full of so many great flavors and textures: chopped red pepper, jalapeño, red onion, lemon and lime juice, and, of course, a boatload of fresh tomatoes.
What’s more American than apple pie? Finish up your Memorial Day or Fourth of July barbecue with this spin on a tasty classic.
Self-isolation is so much better with a sweet treat to snack on during your next Netflix binge. What have you been baking during self-isolation in the Hudson Valley? Across the internet, snaps of sourdough bread ...