Weekly Recap and Local Links

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There are a lot of opportunities to get creative in the kitchen this weekend, between Derby Day and Cinco de Mayo. Fortunately, Small Bites has you covered with recipes for both mint juleps and a classic margarita. Here is what else you might have missed from the LoHud Food Page and some Hudson Valley local links.

This Week on Small Bites and LoHud.com

Luminesque, Nyack

New on the Dining Scene: Luminesque Cafe in Nyack.Nyack Hot Bagels

9 Great Spots for Mother’s Day Brunch

Roasted Peppers in Mamaroneck, blends cuisines with style

People wait in line for these hand-rolled bagels.

Hudson Valley Local Links

NY Times: The Season When Local Chefs Go Wild. We may be hankering for spring greens in early April, but Mother Nature isn’t always on board. Chefs committed to locally sourced produce are “heading in to the wild.” Featured in the article are Jeremy McMillan of the Farmhouse at Bedford Post Inn, Vincent Barcelona, the corporate chef at Harvest on Hudson and Chef Michael Kaphan, of Purdy’s Farmer and the Fish.

Two new lunch spots in Valhalla, via ChowHound.

Fulton Fish Market Sweepstakes. Enter for a chance to win a visit to the famous market with Rick Ross, owner of Eastchester Fish Gourmet. Rick will meet you at the New Fulton Fish Market at 2:00 am and assist you in selecting your fish of choice for your dinner, which will be prepared for you and three guests the following night at the restaurant.

From WNYC, listen to this Leonard Lopate segment discussing foraging in spring and what you can pick in the wild to use in your kitchen.

 

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Megan McCaffrey is a food writer for The Journal News and contributor to the Small Bites Blog. She has a degree in Digital Media from Fordham University and a fondness for good craft beer. She loves to bake, read cooking blogs and taste all the Lower Hudson Valley has to offer. Megan lives in Ridgefield, Connecticut with her husband and three kids.

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