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WURTSBORO, NY — Belle looks like something that crawled out of a grave, a skin-crawlingly creepy sculpture. What the mostly-bald, one-armed… thing... does not look like: food. The … more
What’s better than a meal that provides its own vessel for serving? Well, obviously a meal that tastes good. After all, coconuts come in their own little container, but I’m still not a … more
I’ve always loved to sculpt, and this is the skill that has primarily gotten me into most of my competitions on Food Network. But while shooting “Holiday Wars” in 2019, I became … more
Healthcare heroes honored by Radio Catskill JEFFERSONVILLE, NY — Radio Catskill, the public radio station for the Catskills and northeast Pennsylvania,  announced its 2021 Community … more
Shop with the Sullivan County shopping bus MONTICELLO, NY — The shopping bus is back at work. It’ll take seniors from their homes to Monticello stores and back, and there are rules … more
“Why make art with food?” It’s a question I’m asked every once in a while when people find out what I do, and it’s a good one. After all, food does seem like a … more
HONESDALE, PA — Honesdale Rotary members raised $3,000 to buy the Wayne County Food Pantry a refrigerator and new shelving for their Honesdale branch. The money raised matched $3,000 in … more
My wife and I have been moving out of our house for what seems like the last half-century. However, as a result, our diet has diminished in creativity and quality as we have begun to frequent the … more
I was disappointed, even frustrated, when my sister, Janet, discovered an allergy to shrimp. At a Japanese hibachi meal in upstate New York, we had a delicious lunch, then headed for the parking lot, … more
Honesdale Rotary cleans up pavilion HONESDALE, PA — The Fred Miller Pavilion on Main Street got a super-sprucing up on Saturday, June 12 from Honesdale Rotarians, their families, … more
WAYNE COUNTY, PA — In early 2019, the Wayne County Agricultural Development Plan was drafted, stressing the need to revitalize the area’s existing agricultural facilities. Nothing made … more
Hello everyone, I hope you are all doing well. The tax books for the Town of Cochecton are closed. If you were not able to make a payment, you can call the Sullivan County Treasurer for your new … more
While it may seem that spring has just sprung and fall is a long ways away, folks are already thinking about the catalyst events of the year: namely, the county fair. We just found out that the Wayne … more
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In November of 2004, my sister, Janet, and I were making the long trek from our house in the Catskills to visit family in a suburb of Philadelphia. Anticipating the long drive ahead, we wanted to … more
I once had the responsibility of teaching health and nutrition to incoming students at Job Corps. This residential program run by the Department of Labor offers impoverished youth from ages 16 to 24 … more
Every farmer has an internal clock. As the weather shifts, it pressures toward the next season, creating that sense of motivation that reminds us, “Hey, it’s time to get ready.” … more
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I write to you on this bitter January day, wherein such bitterness is not the day’s, but my own. You see, what should be a cold winter morning is instead a fraught (not frosted) warm-weather … more
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