March 19, 2019

How to Keep Fruits and Vegetables Fresher for Longer

How to Keep Fruits and Vegetables Fresher for Longer Fresh ingredients can mean the difference between a mediocre and a delicious meal. But it’s often the […]
October 23, 2018

Purslane, another wild edible

“Although considered a weed in most of the United States, this green has been eaten for centuries.” – from the Joy of Cooking Purslane, trash or […]
July 25, 2015

Verterra, biodegradable dinnerware

Biodegradable dinnerware made from fallen leaves.
October 16, 2014

Chef Ric Orlando on pumpkin

A Peruvian inspired pumpkin recipe from chef Ric As for pumpkins, all of the pumpkin “guts” should get made into stock and roasted pumkpin seeds.  The eyes, noses, […]
January 16, 2014

Local food advocates changing the local food scene

What a local food advocate looks like Changing the local food scene Food advocates are everywhere, in our communities from Albany to New York City.  They […]
January 16, 2014

When life gives you onions

Bringing onions into the fussy household has been an uphill battle.  You see, Mrs. Fussy hates the little buggers.  And yes, I knew this before we […]
November 17, 2013

Sweet and savory winter squash recipes

Sweet and savory winter squash recipes Winter squash are in abundance in several varieties at farmers markets and grocery stores. Look for Spaghetti, Butternut, Ambercup, and […]
November 12, 2013

Pumpkin Leek and White Bean Soup

Winter squash are in abundance in several varieties at upstate farmers markets and grocery stores.  Popular picks like Spaghetti, Butternut, Ambercup, and Hubbard will store for several months in […]
August 15, 2013

New York local water

New York local water By Noah Sheetz, photographs by Jane Feldman Until a couple of years ago my wife’s grandfather would spend his summers in Saratoga […]