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A Farmers’ Market Summer Harvest: Three Easy Recipes

Food for Thought When produce is at its peak, the simplest preparations are often the best way to highlight those fresh, crisp tastes that an August farmers’ market delivers. Corn on the cob should stay in its husk and be grilled on the barbecue for 15 to 20 m... More »

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Irvington’s Vibrant Sunday Farmer’s Market Delights Shoppers

by Linda Viertel –  Sunday farmer’s markets are thriving, and Irvington’s bustling scene at the Main Street School parking lot is no exception. Whether you are shopping for just-picked produce, fresh fish, artisanal cheese or enjoying a pizza-piping hot from D... More »

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MTA to Renovate Tarrytown Station House with Restaurant, Bakery

by Rick Pezzullo – MTA Metro-North Railroad officials announced April 26 that the Tarrytown Station House will be refurbished with a full-service bakery and a café/restaurant. “We look forward to bringing a station house filled with delicious treats to our cus... More »

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The TaSH Brings Global Flavors to Farmers Market

As the outdoor farmers market season kicks into gear this month, organizers of the Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow Farmers Market — The TaSH — aren’t resting on past laurels. Singled out by local media as the best revamped farmers market in the county last year, t... More »

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Food for Thought – Asparagus, Artichokes and Ramps – Oh My!

by Linda Viertel –  Once the snow storms finally end – really – spring should be around the corner this April. And, before farmers markets appear or move outdoors, delectable greens can appear on your kitchen table as a welcome respite from all those winter ve... More »

Fusion Wok: Have It Your Way and Enjoy!

By Linda Viertel – “Fusion” is the key feature at Dobbs Ferry’s popular take-out and eat-in Asian restaurant, Fusion Wok. Where else can customers enjoy bubble tea, Hong Kong steamed dumplings, udon noodle soup, Pad Thai or General Tso’s Chicken as menu choice... More »

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Food for Thought – Cantonese Cooking Comes to Irvington

Mr. Koo’s Kitchen, chef/owner Ben Pope’s exceptional creation, features an homage to his family’s Cantonese roots; his menu is neither traditional nor modern, but a delicate blending of Chinese and Western elements. Born in Hong Kong, Pope moved to New Caledon... More »