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There's A Ramps Festival Going Down In New York. Of Course There Is.

Popular spring veggie gets its own day in Hudson
Apr 15, 2014 4:00 pm

Promising “pungent and therapeutic pleasure,” the fourth annual Ramp Fest will take place on Saturday, May 3 in Hudson, New York. No fewer than 20 chefs will be on hand to create a variety of original dishes… all starring everyone’s favorite OMG spring veggie. All the info you'll need to ramp it up, after the jump.

Bourbon Sure Don't Have To Come From Kentucky. Here Are 7 Out Of State Bottles.

Brown stuff from Utah, Colorado and New York? Yes.
Mar 6, 2014 2:01 pm

It’s the brownest of the brown liquors. Sweet, stiff bourbon. Ask any proud Kentuckian and they’ll tell you the real stuff must come from the heart of the Bluegrass State. And, indeed, Kentucky makes more than 95% of the country’s bourbon. But legally, bourbon doesn’t have to hail from Kentucky. To be called bourbon, a spirit must be made in America, from at least 51% corn and be aged in new, charred oak barrels. A growing number of small distilleries around the country are taking a stab at crafting the spirit.

Here's Why Bell's In New York Is Important For The Beer World

We welcome the Michigan brewery with empty mugs
Feb 20, 2014 3:30 pm

While new brands enter the New York market weekly, it’s rare to see such a complete rollout where shelves are cleared out to make room for the anticipated rush. It seemed like Midwestern favorite Bell’s out of Michigan would never surface in the Big Apple, but here we are, and people sure are excited! Here's why it's important for craft beer in New York, and which ones to snap up immediately!

Drink These 5 New York Beers If You're In Town For The Super Bowl

City taps pour Liquid Gold, Lagrrr & other greats
Jan 30, 2014 5:15 pm

If you’re in town for the game, take advantage of some of our best beers only available in-state. So whether you’re braving the cold for a Big Apple tailgate or having a party with some serious eats, pick up a pint or a growler for a maxed-out New York Super Bowl experience.

With Vague Laws And High Demand, There’s A Reason Raw Milk Is Called Mooshine

First rule of milk club: Don't talk about milk club
Dec 4, 2013 10:00 am

Raw milk is unpasteurized, which means that, unlike supermarket milk, it is not heated to kill bacteria. The consumption of raw milk is up for debate. Some say it causes illness. Some cannot live without it. Food Republic contributor Bruce Watson went on the road to find answers, and milk stomach discomfort.

James Tai Has A New York State Craft Beer For You. 100 Of Them, Actually.

The Cicerone at Pinch is all about Brew York
Dec 3, 2013 2:00 pm

While craft beer has become more and more important in our restaurant-obsessed lives, there are few spots that offer taps and bottles exclusive to a single state. Enter Pinch, a new restaurant managed by Ducasse Studios (headed by famed French Chef Alain Ducasse) at the Empire City Casino at Yonkers Raceway. We got to know the man in charge of the brews, 100 of them.

Proud Alum: Lauren Hirschberg On Foodball Saturdays And Gold Medal Wings

A certified football freak, with the wings to match
Oct 3, 2013 9:00 am

In Proud Alum, we talk with a chef about their memories of tailgates past, and ask for their best parking lot recipe. Up this week, Craftbar Executive Chef Lauren Hirschberg. Competative barbecue pitmaster and crazy Syracuse fan.


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