Food

Food for Thought – July Smoking, Grilling and Barbecuing

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by Linda Viertel July 4th is the unofficial holiday when Weber grills, electric and coal smokers, and barbecues of all dimensions become the preferred cooking method for summer dining. Who doesn’t love that smoky aroma wafting through the air while a perfectly grilled steak, hamburger, pork chop or fish fillet is sizzling away? This summer, take time to purchase sustainably ... Read More »

Food for Thought – A Delicious New Season at The Irvington Farmer’s Market

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by Linda Viertel For those who love to cook, reconnect with farmers, friends, fish-mongers, artisanal bread bakers and cheese purveyors, and who delight in joining our diverse community – kids and dogs included – celebrating the start of summer at a farmer’s market is one of life’s most enjoyable experiences. While TaSH’s first seasonal outdoor market opened Saturday, May 27th ... Read More »

The TaSH Farmers Market is Back in Season

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by Suzanne Sorrentino “What’s in season?” may be the most-asked question at the farmers market, but this year that simple query has lofty aims at the Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow Farmers Market. Along with growing to more than 30 vendors per week — with a roster of more than 50 vendors, some who will rotate to keep things exciting — ... Read More »

Irvington Activists Group Sponsors Cake For Change Event in Support of Community Voices Heard

by Diana Rubin On Sunday, May 7, the local group, Irvington Activists, is sponsoring its second annual fundraising event to raise money for the grassroots organization, Community Voices Heard Power (CVHPower). The fun and festive event, Cake For Change, will be held at the Irvington Presbyterian Church (25 North Broadway, Irvington). After a successful event last year, Irvington Activists is ... Read More »

Food for Thought – Celebratory Dining in May

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The arrival of spring signals a time for festive dinner gatherings, outdoor seating, and family celebrations. What better way to honor mothers and grandmothers than to treat them to a wonderful repast where they won’t have to slave away in the kitchen or clean up the dishes? Tarrytown’s RiverMarket and Elmsford’s Rini’s are offering special experiences on Mother’s Day, one ... Read More »

Food for Thought – Barbecue Heaven in Irvington

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Revenge BBQ by Linda Viertel “Happiness is the best revenge,” said Jacob Styburski, owner and pitmaster of Irvington’s newest culinary destination and take-out eatery. In fact, he is so passionate about barbecue, Texas-style brisket in particular, that he has named his new place Revenge BBQ (Revenge is his three-year old son’s middle name as well.) This guy is serious! Styburski ... Read More »

Harvest on Hudson – The Winter Warm-Up

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by Marcie Cuff Well, the holidays have quickly passed us by. I only hope that wherever you spent them, you were with the people you love, eating the food you adore, and singing your favorite holiday songs. And I hope that, at some point, somebody handed you something sweet and warm to drink when you walked in the door. Every ... Read More »

Red Zebra: Sleepy Hollow’s New Italian Restaurant Destination

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  by Linda Viertel Red Zebra – not only the catchy name of a beautiful heirloom tomato, is now also the notably memorable restaurant appellation that represents co-owners David Starkey’s and Neil Benson’s farm-to-table take on fresh local ingredients. Together, with their Culinary Institute of America (CIA) trained chef, Beau Widener, they have combined a love of Italian street food ... Read More »

Food for Thought – Recipes for Christmas Puddings

by Linda Viertel Every family has a favorite holiday dessert, no matter what celebration brings friends and family together. Tastes vary wildly between those who adore chocolate or vanilla, others who love fruit-based confections, and those who crave nut-based creations. So, why not prepare a few “Christmas puddings” that satisfy everyone’s cravings and combine taste preferences? You can flame them ... Read More »