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    Hazelnut Torte With Summer Berries

    Hazelnut Torte With Summer Berries From The Four Season Farm Gardener’s Cookbook By Barbara Damrosch and Eliot Coleman Tortes are cakes, usually constructed in layers, that rely more on nuts than on flour for their substance. This one has been a favorite special-occasion dessert for three generations of my family. I like to vary it with Read More…

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    Maggie’s Mustards

    Savor the Flavor of Maggie’s Mustards Story and photo by Deborah Jeanne Sergeant In 2008, retirees Jim and Maggie Brewer of Canandaigua founded The Mustard Seed ‘N’ More to support local and international charities. Maggie started with a base of French’s mustard and a beloved family recipe. Customer demand expanded the line: sweet, tangy, honey brown; Read More…

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    Crookneck Squash with Chèvre

    Crookneck Squash with Chèvre From I ♥ NY: Ingredients and Recipes By Daniel Humm and Will Guidara Serves 4 Fresh Tomato Jam 3 heirloom tomatoes Olive oil Salt ½ bunch thyme plus 1 tablespoon picked thyme leaves 1 teaspoon sugar ½ teaspoon sherry vinegar Preheat the oven to 400ºF. Cut the tomatoes in half and Read More…

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    Farm-To-Table B&Bs

    The Bounty of Hospitality A look at farm-to-table bed and breakfasts of the Finger Lakes Below is an excerpt from our July/August issue’s feature on regional B&Bs. After 9/11, David Hertel and Brian Eslinger were living in Northern New Jersey, and according to Hertel, having a hard time “focusing on anything beyond our daily routine.” Read More…

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    Knickerbocker Glory Ice Cream Sundae

    Knickerbocker Glory Ice Cream Sundae From Ice Cream Sundae: 100 Greatest Fountain Formulas by Michael Turback The term “knickerbocker” comes from the surname of Dietrich Knickerbocker, the fictional narrator of A History of New York by Washington Irving. In the early 19th century it became a nickname for Manhattan residents. By the early 20th century the name was Read More…

berries

Hazelnut Torte With Summer Berries

Hazelnut Torte With Summer Berries From The Four Season Farm Gardener’s Cookbook By Barbara Damrosch and Eliot Coleman Tortes are cakes, usually constructed in layers, that rely more on nuts than on flour for their substance. This one has been a favorite special-occasion dessert for three generations of my family. I like to vary it with Read More…

Mustard Seed - by Deborah Jeanne Sergeant

Maggie’s Mustards

Savor the Flavor of Maggie’s Mustards Story and photo by Deborah Jeanne Sergeant In 2008, retirees Jim and Maggie Brewer of Canandaigua founded The Mustard Seed ‘N’ More to support local and international charities. Maggie started with a base of French’s mustard and a beloved family recipe. Customer demand expanded the line: sweet, tangy, honey brown; Read More…

crookneck squash

Crookneck Squash with Chèvre

Crookneck Squash with Chèvre From I ♥ NY: Ingredients and Recipes By Daniel Humm and Will Guidara Serves 4 Fresh Tomato Jam 3 heirloom tomatoes Olive oil Salt ½ bunch thyme plus 1 tablespoon picked thyme leaves 1 teaspoon sugar ½ teaspoon sherry vinegar Preheat the oven to 400ºF. Cut the tomatoes in half and Read More…

ellwanger-3

Farm-To-Table B&Bs

The Bounty of Hospitality A look at farm-to-table bed and breakfasts of the Finger Lakes Below is an excerpt from our July/August issue’s feature on regional B&Bs. After 9/11, David Hertel and Brian Eslinger were living in Northern New Jersey, and according to Hertel, having a hard time “focusing on anything beyond our daily routine.” Read More…

4605023655_30a060c3ba_o (1)

Knickerbocker Glory Ice Cream Sundae

Knickerbocker Glory Ice Cream Sundae From Ice Cream Sundae: 100 Greatest Fountain Formulas by Michael Turback The term “knickerbocker” comes from the surname of Dietrich Knickerbocker, the fictional narrator of A History of New York by Washington Irving. In the early 19th century it became a nickname for Manhattan residents. By the early 20th century the name was Read More…



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