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    Cooking Cornell Chicken

    Cooking Cornell Chicken Tips from the Pros Place the broiler halves—about one pound is a good weight—over a hot, non-flaming fire. Flip and baste the chicken frequently, about every 5 to 10 minutes for an hour or until the internal temperature reaches 165º. “If you cook it in less than an hour, you risk burning Read More…

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    Cornell Chicken

    Cornell Chicken  A Central New York classic By Olivia M. Hall Summer marks the beginning of grilling season, and in Central New York that means chicken BBQs. Savory smoke wafts from roadside grill pits, where members of local volunteer fire departments, church groups and schools spend hours flipping hundreds of chicken halves to raise money Read More…

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    Finger Lakes Wine Primer: Chardonnay

    Shorter growing seasons may not be favorable in other parts of the world, but that limitation has proved to be a blessing in disguise for the Finger Lakes. It has determined our legacy. Certain grapes prefer a cooler climate, resulting in wines of higher acidity that are now being celebrated for their prowess at the Read More…

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    Shop Here Now: F. Oliver’s

    Shop Here Now: F. Oliver’s Beyond Vinaigrette By Patti Dorazio Blend olive oil and vinegar and you get classic vinaigrette, but with the addition of infused oils and vinegars, a vinaigrette’s potential yields so much more. Proprietor of F. Oliver’s Penelope Pankow is no stranger to the hospitality business and is putting her Cornell education Read More…

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    The Finger Lakes in 90 Seconds

    Check out this clever video on Finger Lakes wine from Second Glass:

edible cornell chicken summer 2014

Cooking Cornell Chicken

Cooking Cornell Chicken Tips from the Pros Place the broiler halves—about one pound is a good weight—over a hot, non-flaming fire. Flip and baste the chicken frequently, about every 5 to 10 minutes for an hour or until the internal temperature reaches 165º. “If you cook it in less than an hour, you risk burning Read More…

edible cornell chicken summer 2014

Cornell Chicken

Cornell Chicken  A Central New York classic By Olivia M. Hall Summer marks the beginning of grilling season, and in Central New York that means chicken BBQs. Savory smoke wafts from roadside grill pits, where members of local volunteer fire departments, church groups and schools spend hours flipping hundreds of chicken halves to raise money Read More…

fox run-085

Finger Lakes Wine Primer: Chardonnay

Shorter growing seasons may not be favorable in other parts of the world, but that limitation has proved to be a blessing in disguise for the Finger Lakes. It has determined our legacy. Certain grapes prefer a cooler climate, resulting in wines of higher acidity that are now being celebrated for their prowess at the Read More…

IMG_3379

Shop Here Now: F. Oliver’s

Shop Here Now: F. Oliver’s Beyond Vinaigrette By Patti Dorazio Blend olive oil and vinegar and you get classic vinaigrette, but with the addition of infused oils and vinegars, a vinaigrette’s potential yields so much more. Proprietor of F. Oliver’s Penelope Pankow is no stranger to the hospitality business and is putting her Cornell education Read More…

IMG_7828

The Finger Lakes in 90 Seconds

Check out this clever video on Finger Lakes wine from Second Glass:



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