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Socha Plaza restaurant built with blend of old and new

GLENVILLE

Socha Plaza restaurant built with blend of old and new

The town of Glenville’s newest restaurant will be a mix of new and old. The Glass Tavern Restaurant will open next month on the ground floor of Socha Plaza 115, the newest in the cluster of buildings on Route 50 owned and operated by Socha Management.

Sun, sand & supper: Delicious meals for the beach

Sun, sand & supper: Delicious meals for the beach

Can’t you just picture it? A fiery sun sinking below the horizon, casting shades of orange, yellow and red on the shimmering ocean.

Mind over meat: Achieving better grilling through science

Mind over meat: Achieving better grilling through science

With summer upon us, it’s a good time to share this collective wisdom to help us all achieve better grilling through science.

Grilled seafood makes for Mediterranean-diet friendly treat

Grilled seafood makes for Mediterranean-diet friendly treat

One of the hallmarks of the Mediterranean diet is eating a variety of fish and other seafood.

Stewart's Shops recalls store brand trail mix

Stewart’s Shops has issued a recall on all 5 ounce bags of its private label Stewart’s Shops Sunshine Cranberry Delite.

Plant-based, the Beyond Burger aims to stand sturdy among meat

Plant-based, the Beyond Burger aims to stand sturdy among meat

Companies making plant-based alternatives to a variety of animal proteins are popping up everywhere

‘Misfits’ look odd, taste fine, cost less

CAPITAL REGION

‘Misfits’ look odd, taste fine, cost less

Northeast supermarket chain Hannaford is testing a pilot program in Capital Region stores whereby misshapen, discolored or off-sized fruits and vegetables — just as good to eat but not as uniformly attractive as regular produce — are offered at a special display bearing the name of the program: Misfits.

Homemade bagels can be better than bought ones

Homemade bagels can be better than bought ones

Let’s be frank. Most of us do not live in New York City, and most of us probably wouldn’t want to live there, save for one reason: the bagels.

Beer purity law, a German tradition (and marketing tool), turns 500

Beer purity law, a German tradition (and marketing tool), turns 500

But even as Germans celebrate the anniversary of the purity law, with dozens of events planned throughout the year (among them, an art show themed around “the beer gut”), not everyone is so enthusiastic about it.

Bird flu egg shortages disappear as U.S. farms quick to replace flock

Bird flu egg shortages disappear as U.S. farms quick to replace flock

America's egg crisis is over. Not only have shortages disappeared, but there are signs of an emerging glut.

Hot off the griddle: Corn tortillas

Hot off the griddle: Corn tortillas

You can wrap just about anything in a freshly made corn tortilla, hot off the comal or griddle, and it’ll be wonderful.

Chatting with celebrity cook Rachael Ray

Chatting with celebrity cook Rachael Ray

Back in the 1980s, when Rachael Ray was a student at Lake George Junior-Senior High School, she didn’t spend her summer days sunbathing and swimming. She was too busy working.

Let your kids use sharp knives and hot stoves

Let your kids use sharp knives and hot stoves

Seven ways we can get a grip on our fears or controlling behaviors and inspire our kids to cook instead.

Greenmarket returns to outdoor location

SCHENECTADY

Greenmarket returns to outdoor location

The Schenectady Greenmarket is back outdoors — and vendors and customers are thrilled, even if the weather wasn’t helping Sunday.

Cracker Jack replaces beloved plastic toys with QR codes and a 'mobile experience'

Cracker Jack replaces beloved plastic toys with QR codes and a 'mobile experience'

Instead, you find a QR code, and realize not even Cracker Jack could escape those millennials.

Walt Whitman promoted a paleo diet. Who knew?

Walt Whitman promoted a paleo diet. Who knew?

“Let the main part of the diet be meat, to the exclusion of all else,” Whitman wrote, sounding more than a little paleo.

Cornells getting ‘fresh start’ while embracing its past

SCHENECTADY

Cornells getting ‘fresh start’ while embracing its past

A landmark Schenectady restaurant is preparing to reopen after a whirlwind renovation and rebranding.

Vegan mac 'n’ cheese competition yields (n)oodles of recipes

Vegan mac 'n’ cheese competition yields (n)oodles of recipes

When the organizers of a vegan macaroni-and-cheese contest in Baltimore in February sent instructions to contestants, they suggested bringing enough samples to feed a crowd of 500 people. Instead, “we stopped counting at 1,000,” said an organizer.

Items imported from Italy showcased at Market 32 event

CLIFTON PARK

Items imported from Italy showcased at Market 32 event

Six months after launching a partnership with the Italian government, the Golub Corp. displayed the results today at its Market 32 supermarket in Clifton Park: Close to a thousand different imported Italian items on the shelves and a variety of freshly cooked delicacies in the test kitchen.

Spa City Farmers Market creating monthly Vintage Faire

SARATOGA SPRINGS

Spa City Farmers Market creating monthly Vintage Faire

The 4-year-old Spa City Farmers Market will be launching a new venture this spring, a once-a-month Saturday market that will feature craft vendors as well as the products of farmers.

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