There is still a place where you can eat, stink, and be in Upstate New York.

The 21st Annual Mohawk Valley Garlic an Herb Festival is the perfect event for you to do all of those things.

You can join them on Saturday, September 14th at Canal Place in Little Falls with garlic growers, produce vendors, fine artisans, food product producers, herbs and flower vendors, and of course amazing festival cuisine. The event runs between 10AM - 5PM.

WARNING- This is a family friendly event, Vampires not permitted.

More than 90 carefully curated vendors. Garlic growers, herb and produce vendors, fine artisans. Garlic-centered food, family activities, live music all day.

A donation admission of $5 per person or $15 family/group is asked. You can check the festival website closer to the event for a full schedule of events.

Is Lemonade A Juice?- Central New York Debates Summer Drink

One simple question for you to answer- Is lemonade a juice? Central New Yorkers share their thoughts.

Apple juice, cranberry juice, grape juice.....all easy to answer whether or not they are a juice, it's in their name. But what about the ultimate summer time beverage lemonade

According to Wikipedia, juice is defined as the following:

"A drink made from the extraction or pressing of the natural liquid contained in fruit and vegetables. It can also refer to liquids that are flavored with concentrate or other biological food sources, such as meat or seafood, such as clam juice."

So with that logic, lemonade is squeezed from lemons no? Read more here.

5 Upstate New York Sauces For Your Italian Dinner Parties

There is nothing wrong with buying jarred sauce at your local grocery store. Not everyone has the time it takes to make amazing sauces every day. When you buy a jar of sauce, try buying these 5 amazing Upstate New York brands:

Gallery Credit: Dave Wheeler

From A To Z- Chicken Riggies You Need To Try In 2024 Central New York

These are just a few of the riggies that you can try in Central New York, from A to Z. What restaurant serves up your favorites?

Gallery Credit: Dave Wheeler

What Is The Oldest Chinese Restaurant In New York State?

Nom Wah Tea Parlor opened in 1920. This has the honor of being the oldest continuously running restaurant in the Chinatown of Manhattan in New York City.

The restaurant serves Hong Kong style dim-sum and is currently located at 13 Doyers Street in Manhattan."

Take the trip to New York City and enjoy. Here's a look at some of the amazing food:

Gallery Credit: Dave Wheeler



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