Here’s a look at this week’s stories.
From the stock market to the farmer market. (The Journal News/Judith Hausman)
Marketplace: Hungry Hollow Co-Op. (Rockland magazine/Karen Croke)
Big Girl Baking Company. (InTown Westchester/Ted Hesson)
Budget-friendly dining: Ireland’s 32 in Suffern. (Rockland magazine)
Spendthrift (A meal for 4 with leftovers for less than $10): Grilled Lemon and Sage Chicken. (The Associated Press.) (By the way you can find all our recipes, including reader’s submissions, in our recipe database here.)
What’s so great about couscous? (The South Florida Sun-Sentinel) (Includes a recipe for Summer Couscous Tabbouleh)
Farmers Markets the Lower Hudson Valley. (Also don’t forget to check our interactive map… it’s in the sidebar on your right.)
Also, last Friday, JN staff writer Linda Lombroso had a story on Luke’s Brew, a new cold-brewed coffee created by 20-year-old Mamaroneck resident Luke Kelly.
(See, I don’t just blog! I’ve got a real job, too!)