These maibock mushroom sliders are loaded with caramelized onions and creamy goat cheese.
For simple soups, risottos, and braised dishes alike, this chicken stock will elevate your home cooking in the Hudson Valley.
This savory game-day party dip satisfies with flavorful onions, gooey Gruyere cheese, and any amber ale of your choosing.
The Walden cidery shares this seasonal cocktail, which features whiskey, honey ginger syrup, and a touch of spice from cinnamon and star anise.
Nothing beats a hot cup of soup on a cold night, and this cream of broccoli soup recipe from The Culinary Institute of America is one for the books.
The buttery shortbread cookies are incredibly versatile and easy-to-prepare treats that will please your entire family throughout the holidays.
Nothing is as festive as white chocolate and peppermint bark during the holidays in the Hudson Valley, and this recipe is as easy as one-two-three.
Tempted by cheesecake on a vegan diet? Learn how to make this luscious fall dessert with a recipe from Hudson Valley cookbook author Nava Atlas's Vegan Holiday Kitchen.
This seasonal recipe injects the deep, bold flavors of bourbon whiskey and local Crown Maple syrup into pecan pie, the much-beloved autumn dessert.
The healthy recipe gets a seasonal upgrade with apples, walnuts, and a mustard vinaigrette.
The delightful fall dessert is even sweeter with a touch of the Hudson Valley's very own Crown Maple syrup drizzled on top.
Ginger is the secret ingredient to transform martinis into standout drinks when paired with powerhouse flavors like blood orange, grapefruit, and rosemary.
Tired of apple pie? Learn how to bake apple walnut biscuits with this light and fluffy recipe courtesy of The Culinary Institute of America.
For a delicious, gluten-free dessert that works just as well for fall weekends as it does for Thanksgiving dinner, try this classic twist on apple pie.
Grab some butter, a baster, and an apron to make these easy, approachable Thanksgiving recipes from local chefs and restaurants.
Sweet potatoes and peanuts are the ultimate pairing when it comes to crafting the perfect cup of soup for a cozy dinner in the Hudson Valley.
It’s maple syrup season! Make the most of it by pairing the sweet ingredient with ripe pears and melty Brie for an easy dish that everyone will love.
The autumnal recipe makes two tempting loaves of pumpkin bread that taste equally wonderful with coffee as they do a scoop of ice cream.
Impress your guests – or yourself – with fall-themed drinks that embrace cozy flavors like cinnamon, honey, and maple syrup.
The easy, late-summer recipe is a terrific way to make the most of the Hudson Valley's tomato harvest while incorporating pantry staples.