Jason Tilmann is a young, talented chef who used his culinary skills to shed more than 150 lbs. He visited The Couch to show us how to make one of his delicious seasonal dishes, pumpkin risotto.
The Tri-State area offers plenty of spots to take the family or friends if you’re looking for a hayride on a perfect fall day. Here are our favorites for the upcoming Halloween weekend.
A big pumpkin sitting on Scott Armstrong’s front yard in Commack recently took the top prize at the annual “Giant Pumpkin Weigh-Off” in Westbury. The massive pumpkin tipped the scales at 12,079 lbs making it the heaviest pumpkin ever grown on Long Island.
October is here and the fall season is in full swing, bringing it with it some things we love about fall: Chilly weather, warm drinks and pumpkin treats.
Frank Beyrodt, president of the Long Island Farm Bureau, said the right mix of rain and sunshine over the summer has produced a lot of big, healthy pumpkins.
Always a big hit during the autumn months and the holiday season, venues across the five boroughs are serving up pumpkin-infused treats this fall.
Even with the flooding some farms have had this year, many are ready for the upcoming pumpkin season.
Tazo the sea otter was one of many aquarium residents to receive a pumpkin to snack on ahead of the Wildlife Conservation Society’s “Ascarium” festivities.
Even Charlie Brown would have to admit that this is one great pumpkin.
The tri-state area offers plenty of spots to take the family or friends if you’re looking for a hayride or a pumpkin patch on a fall day.
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