Adherents say they’ve lost weight and think more clearly, and testing shows they don’t have any nutritional deficiencies. But is living on meat alone a good idea?
The maligned zucchini is the cliched veg of overabundance, spilling out of home gardens in great quantities, big as baseball bats, is the cliched veg of overabundance. You are advised to keep your car locked during zucchini season lest some gardeners get rid of their extras by sneaking a paper bag full of them into your back seat. August 8 is widely celebrated as National Sneak Some Zucchini onto Your Neighbor’s Porch Day. Gardeners grate their supply into breads, cookies and cakes that mask the zucchini’s texture and taste.
Healthy diet and exercise are best, granted, but many health claims are made for other edible, imbibable and poppable substances, from probiotics to raw milk.
In the Hudson Valley, ag still rules! A big early-20th-century barn has popped up at the Dutchess County Fairgrounds in Rhinebeck, reminding passersby on Route 9 that there’s much more there than the midway at the annual Dutchess County Fair.
Go with the flow, just hold those ‘pumpkin spices’
Anticipating all that appears as the earth comes back to life at this time of year, we welcome the transition
You can hardly turn around in the Hudson Valley without bumping into another health-focused festival. Relatively rare are the ones
Jennifer Brizzi explores the explosion of local food products In these times most chefs worth their mettle know that
I didn’t even know what crowdsourcing really meant until last week. When I was looking for a logo for
Local vegans at the Catskill Animal Sanctuary pay homage to living turkeys via photography, “adopting” them with sponsorship, and cooking