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A very special holiday event!

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Saturday, Nov. 23

4 – 6 PM

Meet Herbalist Author Dina Falconi and Botanical Illustrator Wendy Hollender

for a Behind-the-Scenes slide presentation on the making of

Foraging & Feasting: A Field Guide and Wild Food Cookbook

Book Signing, Tasting, and Botanical Print Exhibition.

RSVP required. Limited seating.

Call 845 439 5507 to reserve your seat!

 

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Photo Credit Sandy Long The River Reporter

 

 

 

Slow Food and Weston A. Price at the Cooperage

Sunday, November 17 | 11:00am to 2:00pm
Sauerkraut Making Workshop 
sponsored by Slow Food Upper Delaware Chapter and the Weston A. Price Foundation Upper Delaware Chapter
taught by Roger Hill
admission is by  $25.00 donation greatly appreciated and includes a sausage and sauerkraut lunch.
 Sauerkraut is finely cut cabbage that has been fermented by various lactic acid bacteria. It has a long shelf-life and a distinctive sour flavor… Geez! When so clinically described, this Teutonic side dish seems a bit underwhelming, but we kraut aficionados know that the stuff is absolutely DE-LISH! Sauerkraut transforms a ho-hum hotdog into a thing of beauty. And let’s be honest, it would be even tastier if it were freshly made at home, not in some food processing plant halfway around the world. Join us for this tasty ‘how-to’ and learn how to prepare this perennial favorite. Local farmer, singer/guitarist, artist, and mentor Roger Hill will walk participants through each step with the patience of a well-trained nannie.

The lunch menu includes

Housemade Bratwurst Sausage and Sauerkraut and Poppy Seed  Moon Strudel from Roman’s Specialty Market Honesdale, PA

Freshly made sour-dough bread from Marcia’s Homemade Hawley, PA

Assorted cookies from Twin Maples Farm, Lake Auriel, PA

Lunch reservations are limited so please call ahead to reserve.

For more information contact Maria Grimaldi 845 482-4164

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Invites YOU to join the CIDER REVIVAL this October!

 

 

the 3rd Annual Cider Week NY Returns
October 18-27

 

Participate in Tastings, Classes, Cocktails, Pairings and Flights

at more than 75 Restaurants, Pubs, Shops and Markets

throughout the Hudson Valley!

 

 

 

 

Cider makers across the country and in the Northeast are now spearheading a resurgence of orchard-based libations, crafting distinctive hard ciders that pair well with food, can be enjoyed on their own or mixed into delectable cocktails.

 

Join the Cider Revival!

Visit Cider Week locations featuring Edible Friends:

Peekskill Brewery in Peekskill

Stockade Tavernin Kingston

The Heron in Narrowsburg

Aroma Thyme Bistro in Ellenville

Partition Street Wines in Saugerties

Rhinebeck Farmers Market

 

(for the full list visit ciderweekny.com/locations)

 

 

Learn everything you need to know about cider and apples, meet cider makers, enjoy special tastings and dinners … Click thru for the ever growing list of events throughout the Hudson Valley!

 

 

 

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Drink an apple, save an orchard this October! Thanks to efforts like Cider Week, the number of cideries in the Hudson Valley has doubled over the past five years, with plans for more cideries well under way.

 

 

 

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