Hudson Valley Chef's Table: Extraordinary Recipes From Westchester to Columbia County

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Hudson Valley Chef's Table: Extraordinary Recipes From Westchester to Columbia County

A large number of years before Hendrik Hudson cruised his Half Moon up to current Albany in 1609, the ice sheets that once covered the Hudson Valley withdrew to the Arctic. What the ice left afterward was a dirt so rich that, in worldwide satellite pictures taken today, the channel of its way despite everything appears as an ebony streak. Baited by this present soil's richness came the family ranchers of the Hudson Valley, who, after some time, figured out how to gather the best items that the land could give.

Today the Hudson Valley is a region wealthy in history and workmanship, collectibles and engineering, enchanting towns, and homesteads that produce abundant neighborhood produce. America's history wakes up here as does its magnificence. Normally, Hudson Valley eateries brag extraordinary gourmet specialists with a profound and developing promise to supporting neighborhood agribusiness. Hudson Valley ranchers and craftsmans round out the menus with practical raised produce, meats, poultry, eggs, cheddar, wine and other fine nourishments. It's innovative food at its best

With more than 80 plans for the home cook from the state's most commended diners and exhibiting full-shading photographs highlighting mouth-watering dishes, popular gourmet specialists, and loads of neighborhood flavor, Hudson Valley Chef's Table is a dining experience for the eyes just as the sense of taste. The heavenly dishes highlighted here are close to home chronicles – accounts of individuals and spot. Every formula, gourmet expert profile, and photograph recounts to its piece of the story and enchantment of the Hudson Valley.

About the Author
Julia Sexton stepped into the role of restaurant critic for Westchester Magazine in 2007, after 15 years cooking in professional kitchens. She has published articles in the New York Times, Boston Globe, and her food features, reviews, and recipe-based articles for Westchester regularly appear in the New York Times food blog, What We’re Reading. In 2009, Sexton’s own blog, Eat Drink Post, won the CRMA Best Blog Award in all subjects. A Hudson Valley native, she’s been a local editor of Zagat’s Westchester and Hudson Valley Restaurant Survey since 2009.

Andre Baranowski is a photographer best known for his beautiful and sensual still life, food, travel, interior, and landscape photography. His client list ranges from top American corporations like Benjamin Moore, Kellogg’s, American Express, and Hearst to magazines like Saveur, Better Homes and Gardens, Garden Design, Food & Wine, Men’s Health, Shape, Departures, Country Gardens, and many others. Andre has photographed a number of books including, Mediterranean Fresh by Joyce Goldstein, Sustainably Delicious by Michel Nischan, and The Kimchi Chronicles by Marja and Jean-Georges Vongerichten. He lives in Westchester County, New York.

We moved from the Hudson Valley several years ago, and this book reminds me of what we left. The writing is luscious, just like the recipes. The photographs are beautiful. I learned more about places I thought I knew well. This book whets my appetite, literally and figuratively, for more! I will look for more by this talented food author.-bbgirl
Great food, both at the restaurants and at home. Combine that with great history lessons from either the places themselves or certainly throughout the Hudson Valley. If they'll cooperate, get the autographs of each of these chefs in your book. -Rainier 

Download Ebook Hudson Valley Chef's Table: Extraordinary Recipes From Westchester to Columbia County | 35 Mb | Pages 256 | Pages | 2014 

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