Issue 4, 1999

ISSUE 4: MAY-JULY 99

Cover:

Three Pears (Susanne Stewart)

Contents:

Locally grown: You say tomato, I say tomahto. I say potato, they say transgenic Bacillus thuringiensis.by Keith Stewart

Deja vu: Pinkster: A forgotten Hudson Valley holiday. by Peter Rose

CSAs come of age. by Jan Greenberg

By the glass: Eco-Vino: some insights into organic wine and winemaking. by Steven Kolpan

Technique: Chef Claude Guermont's Trout Veronique. by Scott Jones

Tastemaker: Peter Xaviar Kelly of Xaviar's Restaurant Group. a Valley Table interview

The valley vegetarian: Spring picnic pleasures. by Nava Atlas

At the market: Sorrel; Painted cookies; Balsamic vinaigrette. by Gretchen R. Bruce

Destinations: Benmarl Vineyard and The Museum for the Preservation of Illustrative Art. by David Yeadon

Recipes:

Ginger drumsticks eboni (Mary Young & Evelyne Richardson)

Trout Veronique (Claude Guermont / LePavillon)

Kumamoto oysters with Japanese cucumbers and Osetra caviar (Peter Kelly)

Corn relish salad (Nava Atlas)

Herbed potato salad (Nava Atlas)

Chickpea spread (Nava Atlas)

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