As we enter the cold, dark days of wintertime, many of us are snuggling up by the woodstove with a good book. We are sharing a few of our favorites, that may just inspire you to eat and live well from the land in your community.
By, Rose Kaszuba, Executive Chef of Essex Eats Most folks know Essex, New York as a place to catch the ferry to cross Lake Champlain into Vermont. I know Essex as a foodie paradise. While cheffing in another state, I read Kristen Kimball’s memoir, “The Dirty Life”. After a few pages, I googled “Lake Champlain” […]
By Tim Rowland Curtiss Hemm thinks about food in ways that others don’t. Along with being a chef, he is a food instructor, food economist and food anthropologist. The Rumplestiltsken of chicken, he can spin a single bird into $188 worth of saleable restaurant product, massaging the parts many of us would throw away into pates, […]
Adirondack Harvest and our annual Harvest Festival supports community businesses, the local economy, and fresh food access by creating awareness and understanding about farms, forestry, fiber and flower businesses in the Adirondacks. This year, we are hosted online virtual tours and exhibits to keep our community safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
On Saturday, September 19 we hosted the Adirondack Harvest Festival. Due to COVID-19 precautions we took the opportunity for a new format for the annual festival, and went “Free Range” with online and self-guided in-person activities including a scavenger hunt. Local mom Bridgett and her family were the winners of our scavenger hunt with her […]
By Kelsie Meehan Making Gold Bar butter is a two-day process that begins early on Saturday mornings. The morning begins with a dawn drive to Au Sable Forks to use the creamery space at Asgaard Farm. Asgaard has been a business incubator for Gold Bar Butter, allowing me to lease their certified and well-equipped creamery space […]