Don’t be discouraged this holiday season if you’re on a gluten-free diet.
Life without gluten doesn't mean passing on the cookie plate at Christmastime. It might have, at one time, but not anymore.
Figgy or Christmas pudding is a traditional British dessert
“Now bring us some figgy pudding
Fork2Fit is a meal preparation and delivery service
Gobble, gobble! It's the holiday season, which means festivities are on tap and food is everywhere, from the office potluck to parties at home. It's easy to abandon good intentions and healthy eating and give in to poor food choices, especially when we're busy.
Food writer Margaret McCormick offers her annual ideas for interesting, unusual things to give for the holidays
When it comes to gifts of local food, Kate Gillen, owner and operator of Sampling Syracuse Food Tours (www.syracusefoodtours.com) has several favorites.
Winter farmers markets in Central New York
It's that time of year: Time to rake up the last of the leaves, time to set the clocks back an hour, time to program the thermostat, time to savor the last of our locally grown produce.
Laci’s Lunchbox, the Greenwood Winery Bistro, and Cafe at 407 offer new specials
You love Laci's Tapas Bar for its creative cocktails, small plates, nightly specials and desserts. A taste of that Laci's flair is now available for lunch -- and breakfast. Laci's Lunchbox is also new in Syracuse's Hawley-Green neighborhood. It opened earlier this month in the big lavender house at 115 Green St., a short distance from Laci's headquarters, at 304 Hawley Ave. The building also is home to cheesecake, cupcake and custom cake bakery 83 & Co. [caption id="attachment_19341" align="alignleft" width="231"] Photo by Laci's Lunchbox[/caption]
Treat yourself to a locally raised turkey
The turkey, the mashed potatoes, the sweet potatoes, the stuffing, the squash, the green bean casserole, the pies, the gravy, the guests, the grace ... Thanksgiving is one of the most well thought out and lovingly prepared meals for family and friends you'll ever make.
Wine tasting room do’s and don’ts
The leaves in the Finger Lakes are putting on a colorful show, the grape harvest and crush is underway - and winery tasting rooms are expecting a major crush of visitors the next few weekends.
“People come in for a sample or a mug, and they take a growler home. They wouldn’t take that much beer home if they didn’t enjoy it.”
John Henneberg may have the ultimate work-at-home job. Each morning, Henneberg wakes up at his 97-acre farm in New Woodstock and heads to an out building to brew beer, check on beer already in progress and tend to his hops and barley.
Farmshed CNY U-Pick Organic Apple Party
They said it couldn't be done. So in 2008, Bill Adams planted two and a half acres of organic apples on his hilltop property overlooking Jamesville Reservoir.