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Ports of New York
Written by Amelia Sauter, Photo by Heather Ainsworth Frédéric Bouché is a fourth-generation winemaker from France whose ancestors made
Eat Here Now: Cheesy Eddie’s
Story and Photos by Lisa Barker If you’ve eaten a memorable slice of either cheesecake or carrot cake in Rochester,
Celebrating Local Chefs: Art Rogers of Lento
If you drive by a farmer in Rochester, chances are good they are on their way to drop off food at Lento, the restaurant in the Village Gate that opened in 2007 and has consistently turned local produce into one of the most delicious meals available.
Celebrating Local Chefs: Tony Gullace
Tony Gullace has redefined the Rochester dining scene with a family of restaurants and markets named for his godson.
Growing for Good
By Michael Welch With great soil, good light and plenty of water you can have an overabundant backyard garden in
Who Says You Can’t Mix Grape and Grain?
By Michael Welch The New York Wine and Culinary Center in Canandaigua is bucking the old belief that beer and
A Sweet and Sour Wakeup to Spring
By Zoe Becker When cooked with a butter, sugar, flour and cinnamon topping they make a great crisp, but who
Not a Pretty Curd…
By Michael Welch The talk these days is all about aged cheeses, with the number of years as a mark
An Alice to Call Our Own
Armed with Chez Panisse cookbooks leavened with Alice Waters’ manifestos for sourcing the freshest ingredients available, Deb Whiting launched Red