The official launch of six Adirondack Cuisine Trails happened beside a braying herd of Devon cattle at Mace Chasm Farm. [...] Last Friday marked a milestone after nearly three years of planning spearheaded by Jay White, vice president of the Cornell Cooperative Extension, who … [Read more...] about Farmers, State Officials Launch Six Adirondack Cuisine Trails (THE SUN)
"Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the launch of six new Cuisine Trails in the North Country, doubling the number of Cuisine Trails across New York. The new network of trails, featuring 83 businesses in Clinton, Essex and Franklin counties, will boost the state’s growing … [Read more...] about Six New Cuisine Trails Across the North County (Morning AgClips)
The enticing smell of barbecue wafted through the village as we disembarked from the ferry. We followed it a couple of blocks south and found its source: the Monday night barbecue at the Essex Inn. Executive chef Jordan Sauter prepares the informal meal on summer Mondays. … [Read more...] about Exploring the Eats in Essex, New York: Essex Inn on the Adirondack Coast (SEVEN DAYS)
For Vermonters who want to dine in the Adirondacks without driving on the far side of Lake Champlain, the first stop is the ferry landing in Charlotte. [...] The Old Dock Restaurant & Marina, beside the ferry dock, has a patio on the lake and indoor seating, as well as a … [Read more...] about Exploring the Eats in Essex, New York: Old Dock Restaurant (SEVEN DAYS)
I have enjoyed three delicious meals at Chez Lin & Rays (www.chezlinandraysllc.com) over the last two weeks. As always, the warm, welcoming service and the panoramic view Lake Champlain win me over the moment I step into the dining room. Again and again. But this summer I've … [Read more...] about Chez Lin & Rays Tacos and S’mores, Oh My!