Adirondack Pavlova – a foraged locavore indulgence

Adirondack Pavlova – a foraged locavore indulgence

It is not very often you meet a dessert worthy of carrying delicate Adirondack wild raspberries, but Adirondack Wild Raspberry Double Chocolate Maple Pavlova is up to the task. Like most wild fruit, wild Adirondack raspberries are smaller, sweeter, and more fragile...
Adirondack Pavlova – a foraged locavore indulgence

Adirondack Pavlova – a foraged locavore indulgence

It is not very often you meet a dessert worthy of carrying delicate Adirondack wild raspberries, but Adirondack Wild Raspberry Double Chocolate Maple Pavlova is up to the task. Like most wild fruit, wild Adirondack raspberries are smaller, sweeter, and more fragile...
Lake Placid Powder Alert

Lake Placid Powder Alert

And Here Comes Spring!     Yesterday’s surprise band of snow squalls left six inches of delightful fresh powder at 2,200 feet in Lake Placid, N.Y. , and more at higher elevations. The mini-dump was the perfect treat — just what upstate New York...
Celebrate the Cold with Adirondack Maple Mocha Jo

Celebrate the Cold with Adirondack Maple Mocha Jo

Bullet-proof Recipe Included in Honor of the Current Ski Conditions Surely by now you’ve heard about the cold weather currently plaguing the Adirondack region. The weather people predict the “real feel” wind-chill temperature will reach -64 (minus...
Adirondack Eye Candy Treats

Adirondack Eye Candy Treats

Spring is coming on slowly in the Adirondacks this year.  The maple sap was partially frozen this morning when we collected morning tea water.  Evergreens, lichen, and moss provide what little green we see. The nights have been cold but many clear Adirondack blue...
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