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TRR photos by Jude Waterston

Spinach, gruyere cheese and roasted tomato strata

A Hippies Diet

I was in my early teens when my mother took to wearing a pendant around her neck that read, “War is not healthy for children and other living things.” Around my own neck, I wore many strands of “luv” beads that I had strung myself, some of them made of apple or watermelon seeds.


TRR photos provided by Jude Waterson
Sliced pork tenderloin

Oink Oink

It was the roast suckling pig at a tiny tapas restaurant that did me in. Believing meat to be less healthful than other options, I had not tasted pork, beef, or lamb for over 30 years. There were no moral issues involved for me; I just tried to eat as healthily as I could.

Staying toasty in winter

Why not get right to the point? I don’t like winter. It’s an annual refrain anyone who knows me has heard. The beauty of newly fallen snow aside, there are myriad reasons for my ill feelings about this season. I’m scrawny, with little body fat. Wearing layers of shirts and sweaters indoors, especially when cooking, is cumbersome.


Photo from the Piccolo Paese Ristorante website

Foster Supply Hospitality, already operating several establishments in the area, will assume control of a northern Italian restaurant in Liberty.
 

Foster Supply Hospitality branches into Liberty

LIBERTY, NY — Foster Supply Hospitality, the team behind The Arnold House, North Branch Inn, Nine River Road, The DeBruce and most recently, The Cabin at Hessinger–Lare, will now also operate Piccolo Paese Ristorante, a northern Italian restaurant.


TRR file photo by Isaac Green Diebboll

Martin Colavito, chair of Sullivan Agencies Leading Together, will offer some tips on making pasta and marinara at CCE.

Make your own pasta

LIBERTY, NY — Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County (CCESC) is offering a homemade pasta-making workshops for kids on Saturday, January 26 from 10 a.m. to 12 noon.


Photos by Amanda Reed

Tips on smoking

Not every cut of meat from a harvest, or the store, is the same. Some are tougher than others. Tough meat can be ground into burger, slow roasted, or even turned into stew meat. Another way to make the meat better is to smoke it.

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