Nothing says fall like crispy, juice apples — and what better way to eat them than in a classic strudel? Chef Colleen Grapes, a pastry chef at the Red Cat and The Harrison, stopped by to show us her version of the festive dish. Grapes is also participating in ‘A Second Helping Of Life,’ a tasting event that features top female chefs from the city who gather at Chelsea Piers.
It’s party time and beers and brats are the football fare of choice. Step up the flavor by thinking way beyond mustard and onions with these brat-topping ideas
You don’t have to live in the Big Apple to enjoy the immense taste of it. Even if the Giants aren’t your team, Big Apple Burgers will taste great to fans from all regions.
20 years before George Washington was born, there was a member of the Concklin family farming in Rockland County. Now they’re celebrating their 300th harvest.
As we enter the Labor Day weekend, the thoughts of many will turn to fall, and with that comes thoughts of a New York State apple.
Maybe your New Year’s resolution to eat more fruit isn’t going as well as you planned. Squeeze in a serving of apples with some of these delicious treats.
Chances are, when you think of the Hudson Valley, apples come to mind.
The goal of the nationwide celebration is to focus on eating healthy food. Apples are touted as an easy and inexpensive way to eat better.
Montgomery Place Orchards in Annandale-on-Hudson (that’s upstate near Red Hook) grows sixty varieties of antique apples, and this time of year, they like to see which ones bake up best.
Autumn has fallen upon us and nothing says fall more that a nice, crisp, tart apple.
An apple a day may keep the doctor away. But when you put it in a Happy Meal, it might help keep regulators at bay, too.