Daddabbo expands his business to Camillus area
Rochester-based grocery chain Wegmans Food Markets has taken the top ranking in Harris Poll’s Reputation Quotient survey, the company announced earlier this month.
Sharing locally grown produce
Ukrainian church preserves holiday traditions
Tasting room offers wine and much more
Camillus welcomes new steakhouse
Cooking competition embraces local ingredients
There has been a slow, steady and excited buzz permeating Cazenovia in recent weeks that can all be boiled down to the fact that the nationally-known “Fabulous Beekman Boys” — bestselling authors, farmers, entrepreneurs and recent winners of television’s “The Amazing Race” — are coming to town on Saturday, Jan. 26. The two-hour event, sponsored by the Historic Cazenovia Business District committee of the chamber of commerce, will feature Josh Kilmer-Purcell and his partner Brent Ridge giving a special book signing of their “Beekman 1802 Heirloom Cookbook” and Kilmer-Purcell’s New York Times best-selling nonfiction book, “The Bucolic Plague: How two Manhattanites became gentleman farmers: An unconventional memoir,” from 3 to 5 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 26, at the Lincklaen House on Albany Street.
For the fourth straight year, Jordan community members will come together on Thanksgiving Day to help put food on the tables of others.
Do you have fines on your library card? During the month of November, the Jordan Bramley Library will waive $1 in overdue fines for every nonperishable food item brought to the library.
More than 400 volunteers are hard at work to ensure that this year’s Jordan Fall Festival is just as good as, if not better than, the last.
Elaine Reilley, of Jordan, has won the Ghirardelli Chocolate Championship at the New York State Fair for her Almond Joy Tarts, a recipe inspired by her husband’s love of chocolate and almonds.
Kathy Kobliski has one more batch of raspberry filled chocolate cupcakes to bake.
Second culinary cook-off competition focuses on local foods prepared by local chefs
The second annual “envIRONmental CHEF homegrown” culinary competition has been announced for Sunday, Sept. 16, at Baltimore Woods Nature Center, with last year’s winners taking on new challengers and a new dessert competition added to the event. The competition celebrates the abundance of locally grown and produced foods in Central New York, and pits the area's finest chefs in head-to-head cook-off challenges that are tasted and decided by the audience.
Throughout the summer, the Eagle Observer will interview farmers and other vendors at the local market to find out what’s in season and what’s in store for the coming months.