The Power of Place in Hudson Valley Cheese
When it comes to cheese, think local and artisanal, and look for cheeses made by people whose business decisions reflect their commitment to the community—and the land.
Leesy, Cheesy Cider Matchups
Decadent washed-rind cheeses are a perfect match with the Hudson Valley’s diverse cider and apple spirits offerings.
Not Your Granny’s Grog
These cold weather inspired cocktails and pairings may just change your mind when it comes to warm drinks. They aren’t your Granny’s grog or sweet mulled wine, they’re modern takes on the classics.
Fat-Washed Cheese and Spirits Cocktails
Using a method called “fat washing,” anyone can craft tasty, cheese-spiked cocktails without fancy equipment.
Farmers Market Cheese Will Please
There are few more gratifying pursuits than heading to the farmers market for locally made cheese.
On Board with Local Cheese
Crafting a Hudson Valley cheese board involves combining textures, flavors, and providing a few simple accompaniments to complement your selection.
Spicing It Up With Whiskey and Cheese
Consider this. Animals eat grains and grass. Whiskey is distilled from fermented grain.
Rosé: A Versatile Choice in the Glass or On the Table
A perfectly chilled glass of dry, crisp rosé wine invokes dreams of quintessential spring days and steamy summer nights.
Exploring the Flip Side – Pairing Beer and Cheese
I’m not just a wine and cheese professional, I’m a culinary hedonist, open to exploring flavors, aromas and textures not familiar to me.