Hudson Valley cookbook author Julia Turshen shares a childhood dish with an unique preparation of Caribbean chicken pelau.
Make this healthy and refreshing side dish for outdoor barbecues and lunchtime snacks alike to improve on the store-bought stuff.
Bulleit bourbon blends with fresh, local produce like strawberries, mint leaves, and lemon for the perfect spiked iced tea cocktail.
What better way to maintain your mountain-climbing mojo than with a tasty, filling, and relatively healthy homemade granola?
A cousin to quiche, this classic tart recipe uses the best seasonal ingredients found in the Hudson Valley.
Embrace the summer holiday vibes with the Hudson Valley's top brews, ciders, bottled cocktails, and other refreshing Memorial Day drinks.
Learn how to make "Renee Fleming" golden chiffon cake, a lemon-flavored sweet treat that is guaranteed to delight anyone who tastes it.
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.
Make this simple yet elegant dish with Hudson Valley ingredients for a salad that is every bit as delicious as it is good for you.
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.
Loaded with the crisp and vibrant flavor of peas, plus green curry paste, toasted mustard seeds, and mint, this spring soup shines.
These three elixirs go beyond the classic cocktail and use Hudson Valley ingredients in creative and colorful ways for better beverages.
Perfect for dinners and anyone looking to have a little fun with their food, these savory noodle cups are endlessly customizable.