Get Groceries Delivered (and Save!) with Stew Leonard’s

Some exciting news to share! Stew Leonard’s, aka the “Disneyland of Dairy Stores”, recently announced its same-day grocery delivery service, called Stew’s Fresh Delivery Powered by Instacart, the nationwide on-demand grocery delivery service. If you're within a 20-30 minute drive of Stew Leonard’s six farm fresh food stores in Yonkers, Farmingdale, and East Meadow, NY, as well as Norwalk, Danbury, and Newington, CT.,  you can score your favorite groceries delivered to their home or business in as little as one hour! You know me—I'm all about the taste testing (or in this case, test ordering!), so I placed a few orders for [...]

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 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 [...]

IntoxiKate’s Edible Holiday Gift Guide: Sweets by Goat Milk Stuff

{Goat Milk Stuff: For the Sweet Tooth} In 2008, PJ Jonas started Goat Milk Stuff with special soaps made from goat's milk from the family farm. Today, the raw, farm-fresh goat milk is transformed into all sorts of sweet stuff, including fudge and caramels. These decadent candies are almost too sinful to eat, with handmade treats made in small batches for the perfect gift idea. Here are some IntoxiKate favorites below: Chocolate Covered  Caramels | $2 per piece Sweet and salty, these gluten-free, sea salt caramels—made from goats milk—are smothered in dark chocolate. Goat Milk Caramels | $9 for 10 pieces Not [...]

By | 2016-12-19T22:40:35+00:00 December 19th, 2016|eat + drink, farmers market, sweet|0 Comments

Plan the Best Thanksgiving

I love hosting and I get especially excited about Turkey Day. It’s one of my favorite holidays—family, friends, and food are always the focus (and pair that with your favorite wine/beer/cocktail). If you feel prepping for one of the biggest meals of the year can be challenging, don’t worry. I’ve created a guide of recipes, resources, and more you’ll have at your fingertips so you can plan the best Thanksgiving. […]

By | 2015-11-18T23:27:31+00:00 November 19th, 2015|entertaining, farm to table, farmers market, westchester|0 Comments

Photo Recap: Wine and Food Festival’s Grand Tasting

Westchester Magazine’s Wine and Food Festival ended with a culinary showcase last week, as the Grand Tasting kicked off at the Kensico Dam Plaza. The grand finale (so to speak) featured over 40 local restaurants, as well as farmers market vendors, ice cold brews, and an extensive wine tasting. The highlights of the day are recapped below, and additional photos are up on the IntoxiKate: Living Life Deliciously Facebook page. […]

By | 2015-07-12T19:54:49+00:00 June 9th, 2015|farmers market, westchester|0 Comments

Foodie Chat with Ellen from Penny Lick Ice Cream

Heavy cream. Sugar. Eggs. It's hard to believe these simple ingredients make some of the best ice cream I've ever tasted, but when it comes to good food, there's a lot of power in the basics (especially when they're local). Sure, the old-fashioned-style custard Ellen Sledge uses to make Penny Lick Ice Cream isn't low cal, but we're talking a tasty frozen dessert here. Counting calories isn't an option... Everything in moderation, right? To try Penny Lick's amazing push pops, ice cream sandwiches or sundaes, look for the push cart at these local farmers' markets: Wednesday July 30th: Irvington Farmers' Market [...]

By | 2014-07-19T22:50:44+00:00 July 28th, 2014|farmers market|0 Comments

July 4th Weekend: Westchester Events

Before you make your weekend plans, make sure to tune those radios to WVOX 1460 AM every Wednesday at 5 p.m. I'll be on Noel D’Allacco Live, dishing out the #intoxikating Westchester events... Details on this weekend's events are below!   Friday, July 4 We're very lucky to have a variety of locations with spectacular fireworks shows all over the county. If you're in Mamaroneck, the Harbor Island Festival starts at 7 p.m. with the fireworks show following at 9 p.m. The park is located between Mamaroneck Avenue South and East Boston Post Road. In New Rochelle, you can venture down to [...]

By | 2014-07-03T13:54:47+00:00 July 3rd, 2014|farmers market|0 Comments

Take a Lick: Penny Lick Ice Cream Company

Love, love, love those locally made products, and Penny Lick Ice Cream is no different. (Chef Ellen Sledge—known at farmer's markets as the "Ice Cream Lady" has me HOOKED on her maple salted caramel.) Sledge uses a custard-base, all natural and local ingredients, returning to the ice cream of yesteryear and offering a creamy dessert packed with flavor. Penny Lick is available in pints, cups, push pops and sandwiches (ask if those gluten-free cookies are available). Track down Penny Lick Ice Cream at the Hasting-on-Hudson, Bronxville or Chappaqua Farmer's Markets. To be sure she'll be there—trust me, you'll want to [...]

By | 2014-05-04T19:27:50+00:00 May 8th, 2014|farmers market|0 Comments

Walk the Farmer’s Market with Chef Kennardo

The White Plain’s Farmer’s Market kicked off this month, and lucky for shoppers, the Ritz-Carlton returned with the “Farmers Market Trip with Chef.” The once a month experience (free and open to the public) allows guests to shop with Executive Chef Kennardo Holder. Simply meet Chef Holder at the The Ritz-Carlton Westchester lobby at 2 p.m. Participants will join him on his trip to the farmers market, where he’ll share his favorite fresh produce ingredients, and tips The program runs until September. {The Ritz-Carlton Westchester: 3 Renaissance Square in White Plains.} Read more from the IntoxiKate Spring Guide

By | 2014-04-17T23:36:05+00:00 April 22nd, 2014|farm to table, farmers market|0 Comments