Issue 55, 2011

ISSUE 55: SEPTEMBER-NOVEMBER 11

Features:

Super-deluxe Ronald & Richard. by Dan Shapely

Farmers get fracked. by Tracy Frisch

The Valley Table does a kitchen. a Valley Table series

The theory of tables. by Abby Luby

Departments:

Editors's letter: Musings on a tom.

Good stuff: Hops reborn; farm/chef web connection; farm class; butcher book; kale chips; new wine; eat local challenge.

Openings: 2 Taste; Round House Patio; Brasserie 292; Panzur; Paula's.

Events: September-November 11

By the glass: Hudson Valley Reisling: Neustadt 90 and Geisenheim 198. by Steven Kolpan.

Locally grown: The school of hard rocks. by Keith Stewart.

Eating by the season: Garlic. by Robin Cherry.

A guide to Hudson Valley beef.

Deja vu: Garden to table, circa 1650. by Peter G. Rose.

On the plate: Duck confit. by Greg Weber.

 

Recipes:

Roasted garlic soup (Josh Kroner/Terrapin)

Pan-roasted poussin with lemon and garlic (Michel Jean/Stissing House)

Vegetable goat cheese terrine (Franz Brendle/Nina)

Pear tart (Peter Rose)

Candied quince squares (Peter Rose)

Dutch coleslaw (Peter Rose)

 

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