Issue 37, 2007

ISSUE 37: AUGUST-SEPTEMBER 07

Cover:

Pickles (Linda Puiatti)

Features:

Tastemaker: Jeff Raider of Valley Restaurant. a Valley Table interview

What the bee said. by Tracy Frisch

Departments:

Good stuff: Sustainable Table travels America; Glynwood's buy local guide; Update on school food.

Openings: Purple House Cafe; Amarcord; Downtown Breads & Bake Shop; Global Palate; Walnut Grove Farm Store.

August-September 07 Events

Letters

Books: Local Breads; How to Pick a Peach; Serving up the Harvest; Vegetables; The Farmer and the Grill

Locally grown: A beaver before breakfast. by Keith Stewart

Fabulous farms, food and markets.

Up close: Hanna Bail and Hugh Williams of Threshold Farm. by Anne Dailey

At home in the kitchen: Red Hook redo: Room for two. a Valley Table series

Eating by the season: Cider rules the house. by Anne Dailey

Up close: Anibal Romero of Crabtree's Kittle House. by Abby Luby

By the glass: The New York-Hudson Valley wine quiz. by Steven Kolpan

The kitchen garden: Green zebras, candy dots and other love apples. by Barry Ballister

Saving the season: Freeze! by Anne Dailey

Recipes:

Fricassee of summer vegetables with poached Glynwood farm eggs (Jeff Raider / Valley Restaurant at the Garrison)

Apple soup (Jacques Qualin / The French Corner Restaurant)

Rustic apple tarts with Calvados-cider reduction (Tammy Ogletree / Beso)

Apple cider dressing (Pamela Brown / Garden Cafe)

Momma's tomato and green pepper salad (Barry Ballister)

Sicilian marinara sauce (Barry Ballister)

Eating By The Season

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