The Weekender: Food
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Maple’s becoming more popular than ever, and with this year’s syrup sweeter than ever, Maple Weekend in Madison County, which will be held over the weekends of both March 18-19. more
The 9th Annual “Let’s Get Crocked! And Eat Some Soup!” event took place on Saturday. more
The research of Pamela Cooley into “Amelia Simmons and America’s First Cookbook” will be presented at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 15, in a virtual Zoom lecture. more
When Route 12 takes you through the historic village of Waterville, a glance at the almost perfectly preserved 19th-century Main Street is a must. more
The Second Annual Chili Cook-Off sponsored by the Lee Center, Point Rock and Taberg United Methodist churches will take place at 4 p.m. Saturday, March 11, at the Taberg United Church. more
At Callee 1945, you don’t have to be chary when choosing your cheeses. more
Hemstrought’s Bakeries, 900 Oswego St., is planning an expansion to become an innovative culinary destination for both locals and tourists alike. more
From the eclectic decor to the overall welcoming atmosphere, Tramontane Cafe provides their customers with more than what a typical coffeehouse does. more
Woodland Farm Brewery owner/brewer Keith Redhead says renovating the historic Hulbert House taproom in Boonville was the business’ major accomplishment of 2022. more
“Honest customer service” was the top priority of Olde Kountry Market during 2022, and now that dedication to service continues moving into 2023. more
New Hartford is seeing an influx of new and expanding businesses, marking a promising start to 2023. more
What started as a small roasting business on Genesee Street has grown into a national business that is waking up coffee lovers everywhere. more
Stockdale’s Bar and Grill, 103 River St., has been awarded a Conditional Adult-Use Retail Dispensary License from the state’s Cannabis Control Board and the Office of Cannabis Management. more
The annual CNY Wing Wars fundraiser at Hart’s Hill Inn, 135 Clinton St., raised nearly $10,000 for the JM Chubbuck Foundation. more
St. Anthony and St. Agnes Church, 422 Tilden Ave., will hold eat-in or take-out fish fries for the Lenten season on Fridays beginning on Feb. 17. more
The fan-favorite Chili Bowl Luncheon will celebrate its 16th year at View, the Center for Arts and Culture, from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 18. more
A “Sunday drive” on an icy January morning, meandering up Old Route 8 in a float of snow swirling around the evergreens and foothills, really needs no destination. more
Kimberly Button normally skips breakfast. But on vacation, the hotel breakfast buffet is a highlight. more
Oneida Nation Enterprises has announced plans for its fourth Maple Leaf Market store, which will be located at the intersection of Route 365 and Route 31 in Verona. more
The Rome American Legion, Henry P. Smith Post #24, at 325 Erie Blvd. W., will host a chicken barbecue takeout fundraiser on Saturday, Feb. 4. more
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