CLYDE — Lauraville Landing will be the site of a Clyde community picnic set for 6 p.m. Monday(July 26).
CANANDAIGUA — The 32nd annual Canandaigua Art & Music Festival returns to the city’s Historic Downtown District today(July 17) and tomorrow (July 18). The event, which highlights popular area food vendors, live musicians and more than 55 juried artisans specializing in 14 mediums, runs f…
NEWARK — Local always tastes best, and Tuesday(July 20), about 20 Wayne County producers will prove it as they set up their culinary fare on Van Buren Street for a food fest extravaganza.
GENEVA — The International Riesling Expo returns to the Finger Lakes this weekend following a successful 2019 event.
In June, flowering and fruit set of the 2020 vintage occurred successfully under great weather conditions. After a cool May, June heated up significantly, accelerating vine growth quickly. There had been little rain so far since bud break. At the Hosmer vineyard, where the soil is deep and l…
2020 Red Newt Cellars, Kelby James Russell Dry Rosé ($18)
TORREY — One of the smallest wine producers in the Finger Lakes is celebrating a milestone: New Vines Winery turns 10 this year.
Three Seneca County farmers markets opened this week.
SODUS — The Sodus Farmers Market’s bell will ring open its 12th season June 16 and run each Wednesday through Oct. 13 in the parking lot of the United Third Methodist Church on Belden Avenue.
GENEVA — An anonymous gift of $1.5 million to support Cornell AgriTech research will improve grapevine health, quality, yields and profitability in New York state’s wine and grape industry through the creation of an endowed graduate student research fellowship program.
Recipes and More
(Family Features) Joining loved ones at the family table is an important moment for many, both as a filling way to enjoy a meal and an emotionally satisfying way to catch up on all the day’s events. Make those moments count by combining nutritious ingredients and creating recipes that can qu…
(Culinary.net) Finding a unique dessert to impress others can be a tall task. Cakes, brownies and cookies are classics but can be boring and repetitive. When you want something easy, delicious and made to impress, think outside the sweet treat box.
(Family Features) As many people start getting back into normal routines, they’re returning to familiar on-the-go lifestyles by heading back to work, traveling to new destinations and enjoying time with loved ones.
(Family Features) Summer is typically a busy time for families, making those moments you spend together all the more precious. The hustle and bustle of the season doesn't have to mean sacrificing wholesome meals, however.
(Culinary.net) They might not be the fanciest of foods, but when you eat a filling, protein-packed sandwich, you are usually left satisfied and full of energy. From ham and turkey to mayo and mustard, the possibilities are nearly endless when sandwiches are on the menu.
(Family Features) Few moments make summers quite as special as family meals, whether you’re soaking up the sun’s rays on the patio or beating the heat at the dining room table. You can make evenings the highlight of the day with loved ones by centering dinner around the flavors of the season.
(Family Features) For many families, the summer months offer a break in routine, and that extra time around the house or gathering with loved ones can lead to increased snacking opportunities. However, that warmer weather can also be accompanied by a desire for sweet treats.
(Family Features) During the warm summer months, salad makes for a refreshing lunch or convenient dinner option that can be delicious and nutritious. With a variety of salad options available, they don’t have to be boring or monotonous.
(NAPSI)—Here’s something cattle ranchers know: Each season brings with it different health challenges for their livestock, from respiratory diseases to eye and foot infections, to enteric and other systemic infections. But there are solutions.What The Vet SaysExplains Eric Moore, DVM, “To su…