Tuesday, October 29: Have you ever had a “decolonized dinner”?
Saturday, Oct. 19: Guests can tour the CIA brewery with head brewer Hutch Kugeman, talk to local and regional brewers, taste their beers and learn what’s unique about their breweries, all while enjoying food for which the CIA is world-famous.
Saturday/Sunday, October 19/20: The third annual VegFest comes to BSP with cooking demonstrations, music, screenings, speakers and dozens of holistic vendors in the daytime and a concert of music, art and poetry by vegan artists, called Kingston Animalia, on Saturday evening.
Sunday, October 13: “Sustain Traditions” is the motto of the Ulster County Italian American Foundation, which hosts this festival of Italian cuisine, culture and music every year on the Kingston waterfront: a natural location for an Italian Festival, with over 150,000 Italian Americans in Ulster, Orange and Dutchess Counties.
There’s nothing like fresh food when it’s in season. Now is the time to enjoy the 2019 harvest.
The Hudson Valley Garlic Festival returned to Cantine Field in Saugerties this Saturday, Sept. 28 and Sunday, Sept. 29. Here are some scenes from the event.
From national canning operations to farmyard family operations, here’s the guide to all the drinks your backyard has on tap.
When the young Leader first went to Europe on a food tour, bread was not on his mind. Things changed fast as he found himself thrust into a series of unplanned apprenticeships with some of Europe’s most revered traditional bakers.
Saturday/Sunday, Sept. 28/29: Expect dozens of vendors of every conceivable variety of garlic and garlic-flavored dish (yes, the ice cream is a real thing), plus lectures from chefs and growers, plenty of live music and entertainment.
That basic philosophy? It’s summed up in a slogan that seems to have stuck over time: “Make pierogi, not war.”