October 2011


Westchester County Dining: This Halloween’s Seven Scariest Restaurant Trends

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Westchester County Dining Events: Baron Ambrosia Debuts on the Cooking Channel, and Thanksgiving Wines at Wine Geeks Armonk

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La Quercia Prosciutto and Grilled Fig Salad at Arrosto

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Elevation Burger in Rye Brook, NY, Claims Higher Ground in the Westchester Burger Wars

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Dish of the Week: Irish Breakfast at Eileen’s Country Kitchen in Yonkers, NY

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Dining Events in Westchester County: Halloween Fun

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Blue Hill Launches BlueHillMarket.com to Sell Gift Shop Items

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A Visit to StilltheOne Distillery in Port Chester, NY

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Blood Budino at The Cookery

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Westchester County Dining Events: Visiting Chef Series at 42 in White Plains, NY; Wine Dinner at Tarry Lodge in Port Chester, NY; Chutney Masala's Diwali Celebration in Hastings-on-Hudson, NY

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Great Local Drink Samplers, Outdoor October Parties, and Sofrito in White Plains Slings a Sweet Tres Leches Cake

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The WSJ Wine Columnist Lettie Teague Loves the Kittle House Wine List and Half-Price Chardonnay!

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Dish of the Week: Tres Leches at Sofrito in White Plains, NY

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Oktoberfests in Westchester County in 2011

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Local Drink Samplers in Westchester County

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Slow Food Picks Up Speed in the County, Restaurant North’s Eric Gabrynowicz Get Handsy with a Pig, Chef Matt Hutchins in Beacon, and Deep-Fried Pickles at Cedar Street Grill in Dobbs Ferry

The problem with “farm-to-table” is that the phrase has been relentlessly copied, and often not with anything particularly noble to say. What was once a refreshing notion in the progress towards more ethical dining is now a viral catchphrase employed to move a variety of goods. Farm-to-fork, farm-to-glass, farm-to-fridge, farm-to-market, farm-to-closet: I’m sure you get the picture…but with lessening focus each time.

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