MUSIC: Kate Blain; ACTIVITIES: Family Yoga at 3 (south lawn); Balloon Gal Jenny; INFO TABLES: Food & Nutrition with Diane Whitten; Eat Smart New York; Cornell Coop. Extension’s Master Gardener
Jerky can be eaten plain as a snack or meal supplement, or rehydrated in a soup or stew. If you’re a camper, hiker, hunter or other outdoor enthusiast, you may take jerky on your outings because it’s lightweight, chewy and tasty.
MUSIC: Geo Beat (pavilion); Bets & Frets (acoustic tent, north lawn); INFO TABLE: Master gardeners
The sweet taste of zucchini bread makes it a classic for just about any time of day : toasted for breakfast with a bit of butter, as a mid-morning snack, or as a light dessert later on.
MUSIC: Jim Marsicano; ACTIVITIES: Yoga, 3 p.m. on the south lawn; FOR KIDS: Balloon Gal Jenny; INFO TABLES: Eat Smart NY food budgeting; Diane Whitten’s Food & Nutrition table (with recipes & samples)
It’s berry season at the market! Preserve some of this summer goodness in the form of easy-to-make jams and jellies.
MUSIC: Lilting Forward; INFO TABLES: Master Gardeners from Cornell Cooperative Extension; Bring Your Own Bag Saratoga
Hard cider takes the place of white wine in this risotto dish.
MUSIC: North Country Harp Band; ACTIVITIES: Family Yoga at 3 p.m., north lawn; FOR KIDS: Balloon Gal Jenny; INFO TABLES: Eat Smart NY program; Food & Nutrition with Diane Whitten, Cornell Cooperative Extension; Master Gardeners
Curious about duck eggs? Because the yolk takes up a larger percentage of the whole egg, duck eggs are 30% higher in fat, have twice the cholesterol and 50% more vitamin A compared to chicken eggs. Bakers love them for their rich flavor and color. Give them a try in this classic omelet.