Everyone's favorite warm-weather vegetable gets a culinary upgrade on the grill, as fries, and even turned into pancakes.
La Puerta Azul in Millbrook shows us how to combine two classic cocktail recipes for the perfect summertime sip in the Hudson Valley.
Use fresh Hudson Valley berries in these refreshing summer cocktails, including mojitos, boozy lemonades, and more.
Look no further for a seasonal dessert recipe that's the perfect way to use up all those freshly picked Hudson Valley strawberries.
All about those summer flavors? Look no further than this juicy peach barrel cocktail for a refreshing drink that's sure to please.
Want a showstopping breakfast that's a breeze to prepare? This blueberry French toast is scrumptious with a warm maple rum sauce.
To give watermelon a compressed steak-like texture, Clock Tower Grill in Brewster's chef vacuum seals his watermelon while it marinates.
Embrace the summer holiday vibes with these Hudson Valley brews, ciders, bottled cocktails, and other refreshing Memorial Day drinks.
Celebrate the warm weather in the Hudson Valley with lemonade fruit fizz, raspberry champagne dressing, and a summery pasta.
The refreshing warm-weather cocktail recipe features fresh herbs and is courtesy of Hudson Valley Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten.
The flavorful and filling dish is the perfect way to get the most out of Brussels sprouts while using Hudson Valley ingredients like Crown Maple syrup.
This recipe from The Bakery in New Paltz is a twist from the original classic with added notes of almond, coconut, and—of course—pecan.
How to make a savory spring crostata with asparagus, courtesy of Rebecca Miller Ffrench’s Whole Protein Vegetarian cookbook
These sweet and spicy chicken wings are absolute crowd-pleasers, perfect for fun family dinners and social gatherings alike.
Chef Peter X Kelly of Restaurant X and Bully Boy Bar in Congers provides this earthy, upscale dish that every local foodie needs to try.
The treat comes from Chocolates and Confections at Home with The Culinary Institute of America, one of the Hyde Park school's cookbooks.
From a Garnerville resident, this nutty, peanut butter granola recipe is a breeze to make at home and a healthy way to get tons of energy.
The recipe comes from One: Pot, Pan, Planet: A Greener Way to Cook for You and Your Family, an eco-friendly cookbook by author Anna Jones.
The once flavorless, bland, and boring spirit shines bright in the Hudson Valley. Plus, try out these eight great vodka-based cocktails.
Author Anna Jones shares a scrumptious and healthy recipe from her One: Pot, Pan, Planet: A Greener Way to Cook for You and Your Family cookbook.