With the arrival of fall, it’s easier to feel close to the ancient food traditions of our ancestors who preserved the harvest in preparation for winter.
This Week's Circulars
ONEONTA - Ann L. Enright, 79, passed away Dec. 1, 2019, at Bassett Medical Center in Cooperstown. A complete obituary will follow. The funeral mass will be 10 a.m. Dec. 14, at St. Mary's Catholic Church, 39 Walnut St., Oneonta. Arrangements are with Lewis, Hurley & Pietrobono Funeral Hom…
TODDSVILLE - Rosalie H. Weir, a mother, daughter, wife, grandmother, great-grandmother and great-great-grandmother, was unexpectedly called home Saturday morning, Nov. 30, 2019, from her home in Toddsville to join her Lord and family. She was 92. Of Polish descent, she was born on Sept. 1, 1…
- Closings, cancellations and delays for Dec. 2, 2019
- Update: Winter storm warning now issued for Delaware, Otsego and Schoharie
- Afton to get new grocery store
- On the Bright Side: Teen brings Eagle Scout ceremony to grandmother, 102
- Sidney church to close after 211 years
- Police Blotter: Nov. 29, 2019
- Polar Bear Jump canceled for 2020
- Police Blotter: Dec. 2, 2019
- Closings, cancellations and delays for Dec. 3, 2019
- Clinton Plaza smoothie bar offers fast, healthy food
Hot dogs and baseball are the quintessential American pairing -- and, as thousands of people prepare to attend this year’s Hall of Fame induction ceremony, my culinary mind turns not just to the hot dog, but more specifically to the accompaniment that truly completes it: sauerkraut.
With more vitamin C than an orange and more calcium than a glass of milk, there’s a reason kale is known as the “queen of greens.” But one of the very best things about kale is that it grows really well here in upstate New York. It is one of the rare vegetables that survives frost -- and even tastes sweeter afterwards.