We’re thrilled to be partnering with our good friend Matty Matheson on his show Just a Dash. Here’s Matty Matheson’s cote-de-boeuf and green salad recipe from Episode 4.
Josh Applestone answers all of your questions. This month you want to know about holiday ordering and menu planning, plus how to cook roasts consistently.
Josh Applestone is back to answer all of your questions. This month you’re curious about what to make for potluck parties, temperature and timing when roasting whole hogs, and the source of the Mooru’s t-shirt collection.
Recently Applestone staff gathered for a fall celebration at Great Song Farm near Red Hook, where our former crew member is now the farmer. It was a lovely community night and the food was fantastic. Here’s a panzanella recipe from the event.
Pairing fruit with meat is always a good idea. Grab what’s in season at a Hudson Valley orchard — peaches are about to pop at Fix Brothers Fruit Farm in Hudson — and go for it. Here are a few of their recipes for inspiration.
Friday, July 26th, 2019 – We have just learned that one of our suppliers, Mountain Rose Herbs (MRH), has issued a voluntary recall for its whole fennel seed product. MRH is taking this voluntary and precautionary measure due to the possibility that the seeds it sold us may be contaminated with salmonella.
It’s BBQ season! Time to make your own sauce. Here are Josh Applestone’s simple DIY recipes — one savory, one sweet — that are meant to be adjusted to suit anyone’s taste. (For the record, he likes it spicy.) Serve with pork rib tips.
Kitchen supply shops can be overwhelming. It’s hard to tell what will last and what’s even worth it. Here, our staff shares their favorite kitchen gear — and mentions a few things you don’t need to buy. If you’re in the market for a gift or (re)stocking your own kitchen, read on.
Our recipe for grilled sirloin top and chimichurri is just the thing for warm weather crowds. You may even want to make it for Memorial Day. We love that chimichurri is flexible so you can use what’s growing locally. In early spring, try arugula and turnip tops, then slot in other greens as they become available.