A food truck rally will be held this Saturday, April 21 from noon to 4 p.m. at Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park at Lazy River, located at 50 Bevier Road in Gardiner.
Sunday, April 22: Products from some favorite local coffee roasters and tea blenders will be highlighted, including Irving Farms and Harney and Sons Fine Teas. There will also be a variety of coffee- and tea-themed desserts, all made in the Hudson Valley.
Friday-Saturday, April 13-14: Mount Tremper will play host to Grill’n and Chill’n in the Catskills, at which top pitmasters, celebrity chefs, distillers and outdoor guides will display their skills. Cast-iron and Dutch-oven demos with sampling, jerky-making, open-pit cooking and bourbon-tasting are just a few of the culinary experiences that attendees will be able to enjoy, while contributing to a great cause.
The restaurant has been an Ulster County fixture for 25 years. It will close April 7.
“People say we’re in the worst location in Woodstock. I disagree. It’s nice to be tucked away.”
Mike and Heidi Ferraro took over Saugerties’ famous Deutsche Metzgerei in 2001 when its former owners, Austrian-born brothers Bill and Peter Muellner, hung up their aprons after more than 50 years of butchering and smoking meats for the local clientele.
Saturday, March 24: Each kit will feature a unique recipe, easy-to-follow instructions, the ingredients needed to brew five gallons of beer and a promotional item from a different independent craft brewery. To celebrate the launch of the Keegan Ales homebrew kit, which will feature Keegan’s limited-edition California Common beer, Brewmates will be hosting a party. Admission is free, and guests aged 21+ can sample a free pint of California Common. There will also be drawings to win Brewmates recipe kits, tickets to the Tap NY Festival and other prizes.
What sets the Blackboard Bistro apart from other dining places is that the staff generating the goodwill there are in large part people with intellectual or developmental disabilities. Blackboard Bistro is owned and operated by the private, nonprofit agency Arc of Ulster-Greene.
If you’re wondering what happened to Anthony Heaney and Emily Sherry and their sumptuous sandwiches, they’ve moved down to the Woodstock Golf Club.
How does a chef mix bubblegumflavored candy with hot and sour soup? How about “something out of the ordinary in a can” paired with “pink paste?” Find out how local chef Caitlin Salisbury managed when the Food Network’s signature competitive cooking show “Chopped” airs Tuesday, March 6.