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Asia: Mini Review of a New Restaurant in Stone Ridge, NY

Chinese, Japanese and Thai, oh my!

Dandelion Wine (Recipe)

Plus real wine — and a special tasting — at Whitecliff Vineyard in Gardiner, NY

Fresh, Spring Produce and Donating to the Food Bank of the Hudson Valley, NY

Asparagus, ramps and fiddleheads, oh my! (And a thought for those in need)

Jack and Luna’s Café in Stone Ridge, NY (Mini Review)

A sleek setting for breakfast, lunch... and jazz nights

Hudson Hil’s Cafe and Market in Cold Spring, NY (Mini Review)

A cheerful setting for breakfast, lunch (and dinner on weekends), all made with fresh, local produce

Hudson Valley Restaurant Week Starts Now

March 18 to 31 — don’t miss it!

Delicious Noodles and Genuine Japanese Home-style Cooking at Gomen-Kudasai in New Paltz, NY

New Paltz’s favorite noodle shop, Gomen-Kudasai, reopens

Foods to Fight the Flu

The best foods to eat when you’re sick

Cooking Classes at the Depuy Canal House in High Falls, NY

Chef John Novi invites you into his legendary kitchen for lessons

Café Amarcord in Beacon, NY: A Brief Restaurant Review

New American fare with Italian and Mediterranean touches

Simple Winter Dinners: Curried Butternut Squash Soup (Recipe)

Soup (like this butternut squash soup recipe) can be the centerpiece for easy, cold-weather entertaining

How to Cook a Goose

It’s not that difficult and the goose fat is a delicious bonus
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About This Blog

Lynn Hazlewood is the former editor of Hudson Valley Magazine and a frequent restaurant reviewer. A shameless booster of local eateries and food producers, she cooks from scratch, makes a terrific risotto, and hopes to live long enough to sample every good restaurant in the Valley.

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