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WASHINGTON, D.C. — A food manufacturer with a facility in Ferndale, NY has been cited by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Nonni’s … more
A lot of people look at what I do and say, “I could never do that.” While that might be true on a professional level, that doesn’t mean that you can’t let your creative spirit … more
When I heard that local “food artist” Kim Simons and her Bah Hum Bakers cake-decorating team had won the top prize in the Food Network’s “Holiday Wars” competition a few … more
HUDSON VALLEY, NY — The season of giving was kicked off by busy shoppers who helped make Thanksgiving brighter for families in need throughout the Hudson Valley. The 22nd annual Stuff-the-Bus … more
Is your tree up, is your shopping done, are you wrapped and ready to go? The best part of this time of year is seeing old friends and family. On Saturday, my brother Teddy and I went to Queens to see … more
During the holidays, pet parents and house guests appear more susceptible to the alluring look on the face of the family cat or dog as they gaze at your leftovers. All too often, people try … more
In 2018, about 40 million Americans received benefits from the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly called food stamps. In Sullivan County, an estimated 13,209 people received … more
GOSHEN, NY — A $10,000 grant from WellCare Health Plans, Inc. has helped Catholic Charities of Orange, Sullivan and Ulster further its mission to provide help and create hope for neighbors in … more
NARROWSBURG, NY — Food waste goes in; clear liquid fertilizer comes out. In oversimplified terms, that’s how Tusten’s new commercial enclosed digester will work. Tusten Energy … more
Impossible Burgers, plant-based burgers that many consumers say taste remarkably like beef-based hamburgers, are now available in the Burger King fast-food joints in Liberty and Monticello, and many … more
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ELDRED, NY — If we truly are what we eat, Americans should be the sweetest people on earth. That’s because, in its many forms and under its many names, each person consumes on average … more
Here are some tips on cheese and wine pairings, and a few suggestions for where to grab your Swiss and sauvignon blanc locally. more
For me, country living led to the exploration of pursuits I never explored as a city dweller. more
Click here to read about how Jude Waterston made do in her tiny NYC apartment. Ingredients ½ pound orzo¾ cup raisins1 small yellow, red, or orange bell pepper (or a combo), cored, … more
One particularly exhausting day, having viewed half a dozen unsuitable places and feeling low, I bumped into a guy I knew and whined about my frustration. more
In the early 1980s, I was in an odd phase of my work life and found myself secretary to the head of the art department at New York University. Sometimes we were busy, but when we weren’t, I … more
Sparrowbush might not be on your must-see list of places to visit along the byway. Other than its whimsical name, this hamlet isn’t outwardly boastful. But Carol and Wilbur Etkes—on a … more
CALLICOON, NY — Grocery shopping in Callicoon may be getting bulkier—and more sustainable. The Callicoon Pantry, set to open in August, will be an environmentally friendly, … more
(BPT) — Among the many ways you can provide for your four-legged friends while making responsible choices for the environment are some of the following ideas:   Adopt your pet Adopting … more
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