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How to Make Apple Butter

By Ashley Bode | October 23, 2013

Apple Butter

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Autumn tends to have some of the best produce. It’s like nature’s last kiss before winter begins and the farmers market sees the influx of root vegetables. The best way to take advantage of autumnal flavors, just like the produce of spring and summer, is to preserve and can what you are able to so you can enjoy them year round. Apple Butter is a great way to save your prize from a day of apple picking. Don’t be afraid to keep the apples with the bruises—they make the butter all the sweeter.
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5 Not-Quite-Traditional Thanksgiving Appetizers

By Joel Kahn | November 20, 2012

Photo: Paul Brissman

 

Photo: Paul Brissman

Thanksgiving is a time to celebrate this wondrous melting pot we call America—and it only makes sense to incorporate some different cultures into this year’s feast. To inspire creativity, here are a few recipes that will add some spice and zing to any Thanksgiving’s first course…even if they might not be what one traditionally expects. Read More

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Mushrooms & Moose: A Swedish Fall

By Sofia Eriksson | October 1, 2012

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Photo: Sofia Eriksson

It is October, Fall is knocking on the door and soon the winter will be here again. The days are becoming shorter and shorter here up in the North of Sweden and soon the days will only see about 5 hours of sunlight. The moose hunt season is drawing to a close and the woods are lush with color. Fall is the season for mushrooms, beets, lingonberries, blueberries and if you are lucky, you might even find some cloudberries. Read More

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Bizarre Food Facts: Pumpkin Power!

By Dylan Rodgers | October 27, 2011

Photo: Rich Bowen

Photo: Rich Bowen

Pumpkins: America’s favorite squash.  Surprisingly enough, we only seem to use it for three things-pumpkin pie, roasted pumpkin seeds, and jack-o-lanterns. Though carving jack-o-lanterns brings the kind of joy that biting bologna- wrestling masks gave me as a child, I feel that we are not using the pumpkin to its potential.  And pumpkin potential must be properly harnessed to make the most of the Fall season.

Check out these pumpkin facts.  WARNING-Please try all of these at home. Read More

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My Five Fall Favorites

By admin | September 29, 2011

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It’s been awhile since I talked about my five favorites for the moment. This summer was epic with all the events that I and Red Rooster participated in. I had a blast, but now back to work for our busy Fall schedule. One thing is for sure, that cool happenings never take a break in Harlem and New York City in general. Here a quick list of my current five favorites for Fall Read More

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Football Food Favorites

By admin | September 16, 2011

Photo: Indirect Heat

Photo: Indirect Heat

By: Dylan Rodgers

What is the first thing you think of when the summer comes to a close?  How about when you feel that first cool breeze with the smell of fall floating in the air?  Personally, I am overwhelmed with the joy of hitting people and tossing around a pointy pigskin ball!  IT’S FOOTBALL SEASON! Read More

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Fall Food Festivals

By admin | August 30, 2011

Photo: Quite Adept

Photo: Quite Adept

Fall is starting to creep up on us, which means we have some of the best foods to look forward to; like braised meats, hot chowders, and hearty stews. Fall also means we have new food festivals to look forward to. All over the country, people will be getting together this fall to celebrate and enjoy the best the food world has to offer. Here’s a list of some fall food festivals that you should fit into your fall schedule: Read More

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It Wouldn’t Be Fall Without Pumpkins – Meatless Monday with Katie Cizewski

By mahir | September 27, 2010

What marks the beginning of fall? Is it the passing of Labor Day weekend? Is it the fall equinox? Is it the yellow and orange leaves falling from the trees in the park? Nope. It’s the appearance of pumpkins in all of the green markets, supermarkets and delis. Well, to be honest, maybe the beginning of fall can be marked by all of these things but this post to welcome in the new season is all about pumpkins so we’ll stick with that.

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