Brothers Dan and Dylan Badger are busy preparing for their second brewing season slated to kickoff this weekend when they re-open the brewery’s tasting room.
Rachael Ray shared candid conversation, quips, and insights into celebrity life as as well as a few recipes during her 13th annual benefit show at Lake George High School recently — and the capacity audience was captivated.
Tap into one of the sweetest events of the year, New York State’s Maple Weekend, which will be celebrating its 20th year in 2015.
Adirondack maple producers and businesses invite all to celebrate spring’s sweetest product with special events, tours and tastings during Maple Weekend, March 28-29, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day.
A event designed to connect food producers to customers drew hundreds seeking to learn more about buying food produced in their neighborhoods.
Like beer? Like cross-country skiing and snowshoeing? Then don’t miss the Brew-Ski!
Each weekend in March, join The Wild Center in celebrating all things maple.
The new owners of a former Essex storage facility aim to repurpose the rural structure into a processing facility designed to strengthen regional food circuits.
The Whallonsburg Grange’s kitchen, say local entrepreneurs, provides a welcome incubator for their fledging operations.
Wednesday, Jan. 21 will mark the 5th Annual “Dine United” for the Adirondack Region in which a wide variety of restaurants throughout Clinton, Essex and Franklin Counties participating.
High Peaks Hospice now has a food collection box at their office, located at 12 Tom Phelps Way, until Tuesday, Dec. 30.
United Way has arrived at a date for the fourth annual DINE UNITED, an event designed to bring the restaurants of Clinton, Essex and Franklin Counties together in an effort to help the people of our community.
The Taste of Home Cooking School will return to the Crete Memorial Civic Center Sunday, Nov. 2.
A prism of local agencies are working to fill in the gap between food producers and hungry bellies in the North Country.
On Saturday, Oct. 11, the streets of Tupper Lake will become undead as the first ever Zombie Walk converges on the town to collect food for the Tupper Lake Community Food Pantry.