The Hudson branch of the farm-to-table restaurant, Grazin' Hudson, was the first Animal Welfare Approved (AWA) restaurant in the world. As of March 2015, the second is Grazin’ TriBeCa, the latest locally-sourced eatery from farmer/owner Dan Gibson.
Call it "Farmer-Chef-Food"
The Huguenot raises the bar on farm-to-table to a symbiotic level that's been dubbed "farmer-chef-food." Chef Nathan Snow writes his menu based on what Karl Family Farm in Modena has available at the farm.
The annual brunch, uniting local chefs and farmers, is back.
A Revolution on Tap
Karen Angel surveys the ever-expanding Hudson Valley craft brewing landscape.
Jeff Crane visits West Park's new Coppersea Distillery.
Cider Week puts apples front and center the week of October 18-27.
Peter Barrett pays a visit to the Abbey of Regina Laudis in Bethlehem, Connecticut.
Planting the Seed
For young farmers today, the career is a purposeful and well-considered choice.
Mead—the oldest alcoholic drink in human history—is making a comeback.
Honey, They Shrunk the Species
Bees are in trouble. Peter Barrett reveals how we can do our part to help them and enjoy their sweet rewards.
Agritourism is helping sustain Hudson Valley Farms in innovative ways.
Tue., March 24, 7:15 p.m. and Fri., March 27, 9:30 p.m. — This documentary covers the studio musicians behind The Monkees, Sonny & Cher,...
Fri., March 27, 8 p.m. — A variety show that may be described as the Late Show meets...
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