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Anzac cookies commemorate Australian veterans

April 23, 2014 War is a terrible thing. We may never know why Australian Army Capt. more »»

Three candidates run for Lake Placid school board

April 23, 2014 LAKE PLACID — Three candidates filed to run for three opening school board seats in the May 20 election. more »»

Paul Smith's College celebrates Earth Day

April 23, 2014 On Earth Day Tuesday, several Paul Smith's College students were at the VIC as part of the college’s first-ever Day of Service, helping stack firewood, clean trails and more. more »»

Spring: A time to eat Matzo

April 10, 2014 We’re into rapid melt mode. Snow melts, revealing brown grass mud. Robins return, poking around in the sod searching for worms and bugs. Geese honk overhead, announcing the arrival of spring. more »»

The sweet gift of winter

March 27, 2014 It’s supposed to be Maple season, but this year, the weather hasn’t cooperated. more »»

Summer is jamming season

August 15, 2013 It’s summer. Strawberries are past peak, but blueberries, cherries, currants and raspberries are ripe for the picking. Peaches are available at farmers markets. more »»

Go clean for Earth Day

April 18, 2013 You may have heard the terms “clean food” and “clean eating.” Just what do they mean? More than 40 years ago, the ecology movement gave birth to Earth Day as a way to promote environmental awareness. more »»

Easter eggs

March 28, 2013 Easter is a harbinger of spring. Our mountains are still clad in their winter coat of white, but days are longer, snow is beginning to melt, and maple sap is running. more »»

Fight the cold with stews for Winter Carnival

February 7, 2013 It’s winter. It’s cold. After a day of busy outdoor carnival activity, a hearty stew will warm you up and nourish you. more »»

‘Under the Sea’ themed foods for Carnival

January 31, 2013 Under the Sea — this year’s Carnival theme — brings to mind submarine sandwiches, mermaids, starfish, octopus, coral reefs, all types of seafood and fis. more »»

Holiday parties

December 13, 2012 Christmas lights on homes and trees, plastic reindeer in the yard, and Christmas carols in the supermarket mean that the holiday season is in full swing. December is time to shop — and time to part. more »»

Cheese: a Hanukkah treat

December 6, 2012 When we think of Hanukkah food, the first thing that comes to mind is crispy, golden potato latkes. We’re told foods fried in oil remind us of the miracle of the oil that lasted for many days. Dec. more »»

World Food Day

October 11, 2012 We love the various flavors and ethnic variations of food. We celebrate food all year long. more »»

Stuffed patty pan

October 4, 2012 As summer drew to and end and frost required us to bring in the squash, a couple of large specimens of patty pan emerged from under the dense leaves. So I decided to stuff the. more »»

Too many tomatoes? Make sauce!

September 27, 2012 With recent frosts and ever colder fall weather, tomato season is rapidly approaching its end. more »»

The little-known root vegetable that’s also a beautiful garden flower

September 20, 2012 It’s called a Jerusalem artichoke ... but it’s not an artichoke, and it isn’t native to the Middle East. more »»

Harvest festivals in and around the Adirondacks

September 13, 2012 A few trees have begun to show their annual fall foliage display, and the crisp air of fall is starting to replace summer’s warmth. more »»

Freezing the garden bounty

September 7, 2012 Summer offers some of the most distinct flavors of the year. Freshly harvested corn, tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers and beans taste like nothing els. more »»

Kombucha elixir: the mysterious new anti-soda

July 27, 2012 Have you tried Kombucha yet? If you’re looking for a healthy, fizzy drink to replace sugary soda, you may want to give kombucha a try. more »»

 
 

 

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