Grains, Greens + Real (Fast) Food at B Good Fairfield

ON THE MENU Click on the images below to dive in to some serious #foodporn. THE DETAILS Owners Steve and Molli Hourihan opened their B Good Fairfield two years ago, and since then, it's been a family focus. From local families popping in to enjoy a meal, to their friendly, knowledgeable staff, the neighborhood eatery is a flashback to the fast food joints of days past. Healthy options like grain bowls, salads, and smoothies litter the [...]

Spring Menus + Seasonality with Leslie Lampert

"Local tastes better." You can taste Leslie Lampert's mantra in every bite. I recently swung by Mount Kisco to join Leslie for lunch at her Mount Kisco eatery, Cafe of Love, where she recently unveiled her spring menu (check out a few photos below.) We chatted all things food, seasonal menus, inspiration, and her expansion—she recently opened up another Ladle of Love in Bronxville. Check out the interview below. Catch Leslie Lampert in Action Cafe of Love 38 E. Main [...]

Fork This: Cinco de Mayo Cocktails + Spring Menus to Love

Today on Fork This with IntoxiKate Fork This with IntoxiKate airs Tuesdays from 6-7 p.m. on 1490 WGCH and wgch.com. Tonight's guests include: Arlen Gargagliano, Chef, Cookbook Author + Cocktail Enthusiast When she’s not in teacher-mode, Arlen is hosting cooking classes and whipping up delicious cocktail creations. The author of Calypso Coolers and Mambo Mixers is headed to Siegel Bros. Wine & Spirits shop in Mount Kisco to demonstrate the perfect margarita for Cinco de Mayo. Catch her Thursday, May 4th from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. shaking her Mango and Roasted Jalapeño Margarita. [...]

Fork This SoundBite: Ralph Erenzo of Hudson Whiskey

Ralph Erenzo, founder of Hudson Whiskey, chats about opening up the first distillery in New York since Prohibition. Erenzo and his team create a variety of whiskey, bourbon, vodka, and gin, sourcing 90% of the ingredients locally from the Hudson Valley. Take a listen...

By | 2017-03-15T12:14:36+00:00 March 15th, 2017|cocktails, eat + drink, farm to table, Fork This Radio|0 Comments

IntoxiKate’s Picks for Hudson Valley Restaurant Week 2017

It's that time of year again! The Valley Table's Hudson Valley Restaurant Week 2017 kicks off today and runs until March 19th, offering a three-course lunch menu for $22.95 and three-course dinner for $32.95. (Please note: These prices and exclusive of drinks, tax, and tip.) As always, I've rounded up my IntoxiKate picks for #HVRW. After scouring the available menus, the restaurants featured below highlight some of the most delicious dinner options tantalizing those tastebuds. IntoxiKate's Hudson Valley Restaurant Week Picks*: Boro6 Wine Bar Since it's opened, I've heard nothing but good things about this river town wine bar. I scoped out [...]

Seigel Bros., Dig Inn, Rye House and more

Today on Fork This with IntoxiKate Fork This with IntoxiKate airs Tuesdays from 6-7 p.m. on 1490 WGCH and wgch.com. Tonight's guests include: Siegel Bros. Marketplace and Wine & Spirits If you've been to the village of Mount Kisco lately, you've seen two new kids on the block—Siegel Bros. Marketplace and their adjacent Wine & Spirits shop. Run by Doug, Jeremy, and Chef David Nevins (plus butcher and fishmonger Don Meyers), the shop is a fourth generation owned and operated speciality food market. The brothers' great grandfather, Abram Siegel, opened a kosher butcher shop in Woodbine, NJ, in [...]

Veggie is King Again at Dig Inn Rye Brook

When I first walked in to Dig Inn's new (and currently only Westchester) location in Rye Brook, I thought I was transported to Brooklyn. No, I'm not talking about the exposed brick walls and hanging Edison lightbulbs of yesteryear. It's more what you'd expect from a farm to table restaurant—light, airy, utilitarian (but beautiful) design. You're almost dining in an atrium, with the high ceiling in the back filled with skylights. Everything from the bowls to the lighting to the furniture looks like it was designed for them. And it turns out, most of it has been. I wasn't sure if [...]

Gourmet On The Go: Got Thyme Westchester

Okay, all my fellow foodies who are kickstarting the new year with a 30-Day Transformation, or those of you who are actually sticking to their new year resolution to be healthier in 2017—what is the hardest part of being on your new meal plan? TIME! I get it. When I was on my elimination meal plan to jumpstart my digestive system, I battled the clock on a daily basis. With our long work hours and family responsibilities, it's getting harder and harder to sit down to a healthy meal, let alone a home cooked one. Pair that with efforts to avoid certain foods—whether [...]

IntoxiKate’s Edible Holiday Gift Guide: Island Creek Oysters

{Island Creek Oysters: For the Shellfish Aficionado} Per Se. The French Laundry. Nico Osteria. The White House. What do all of these locations have in common? Island Creek Oysters! Not only are Island Creek Oysters served in some of the best fine dining restaurants in the country, but they grow some of the finest oysters on the east coast period. That's why they make the PERFECT gift for the seafood lover on your list. Sure, you can order a batch delivered to your front door—what a way to ring in the New Year!—but the company just launched an Oyster of the Month subscription [...]

By | 2016-12-21T10:52:53+00:00 December 21st, 2016|eat + drink, entertaining, farm to table, savory|0 Comments

IntoxiKate’s Edible Holiday Gift Guide: Nudo Adopt Olive Oil

{Nudo Adopt Olive Oil: For the Environmentally-Conscious Home Cook} To say it simply, Nudo Adopt is a subscription olive oil service—you adopt an olive oil tree from one of seven Italian groves, and then receive shipments of cold-pressed extra virgin olive oil that tastes anything but simple. The bonus? Your adoption scores you discounts on the online store, plus helps to preserve traditional farming practices in the beautiful Italian countryside. Hello, #giftsthatgiveback! Just like wine, climate and soil conditions affect the taste of the final product (in this case, olive oil). Nudo Adopt not only provides information on each of [...]

By | 2016-12-09T17:28:30+00:00 December 9th, 2016|eat + drink, farm to table, for the kitchen, holiday, organic|0 Comments