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Talbott & Arding Cheese and Provisions Shop Gets a Space Upgrade

Talbott & Arding Cheese and Provisions Shop Gets a Space Upgrade

Hudson’s premier cheese and provisions shop Talbott & Arding is expanding into a sprawling new space on Allen Street next month. Clocking in at 8,000 square feet, the new storefront will be a continuation of T&A’s current concept as a hub for local provisions makers. With plenty of room to stretch their wings, the new location will have expanded offerings of cheese, charcuterie, pastries, and fresh pasta, plus a re-crafted food menu.

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All Roads Lead to La Salumina

The Hamlet of Hurleyville Gets a Traditional Tuscan Salumeria
Hurleyville’s quaint main drag has undergone a quiet renaissance in recent years.

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Cheese Louise: A Little Slice of Europe on Route 28

Imagine, if you will, rows and rows of cheeses, hard and soft, stinky and fresh, from goat, cow, and sheep's milk; Italian capers, and anchovies olive oil from Croatia and Spain, prosciutto di parma from Italy, handmade pasta, small-batch jam, and the smell of fresh baked baguettes. In an unassuming strip mall on busy Route 28 outside Kingston, Cheese Louise is a haven of  gourmet European goodness—the answer to all your picnic and pantry prayers.

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Hudson Valley Farmers’ Markets in the Era of Coronavirus

For the 2020 season, COVID-19 changes are afoot.

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Hudson Valley Grocery Stores Offering Curbside Pickup and/or Delivery Service

You gotta eat. Hudson Valley markets are keeping it super-clean and offering special hours for vulnerable shoppersv— and here are the ones where you can pickup at curbside or order a home delivery.

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7 Hudson Valley Shops Modernizing the General Store Concept

Once upon a time, you could buy whatever you needed in the center of town at the General Store. Today's creative Hudson Valley retailers have reinvented the concept with curated blends of the essential and the fanciful, bringing groceries and much, much more back to Main Street with passion and flair.

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Sunflower Natural Foods Market Blooming This Harvest Season

If you haven’t shopped at Sunflower Natural Foods Market in Woodstock lately, you’re in for a treat. They’re 90 percent done with the biggest expansion and renovation in company history, which means you’ll find an exceptional quantity and variety of goodies: local organic produce, groceries, bulk foods, meat and seafood, as well as a comprehensive selection of supplements, homeopathic remedies and handcrafted gifts.

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Market Bounty: Harvest Festival at Bethel Woods

September 29 will see Bethel Woods' first ever pop-up vintage market, featuring a vinyl exchange and record shop plus vintage books, clothing, and antiques.

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