Food

When I visit the Saratoga Farmers’ Market, I see beautiful vegetables and fruits. I cannot resist taking a photograph. “Look at me. I’m pretty,” I imagine a red pepper or a striped delicata squash saying to me. “Take my picture.” And I do. Starting a food blog, My Saratoga Kitchen Table, created an excuse to visit the market and take photographs. I make a dish, arrange it on the table, take several photographs, select ones I like and post them…
Hello My Foodie Friends. In kitchens throughout the world, there is one piece of technology that has been the same since the Stone Age: the mortar and pestle. The mortar and pestle is one of the most primitive kitchen tools. You place ingredients in a bowl usually made of stone or ceramic — and pound them with a tiny club. Why should every good cook—and everyone who loves herbs—own and use at least one mortar and pestle? For history: the…
Ingredients Shared by My Saratoga Kitchen Table Serves: 8 * Ingredients can be found at the market - 4 large russet potatoes* - 2 Tablespoons olive oil* Herb Salt: - ¼ cup kosher salt - 2 teaspoons paprika - 1 teaspoon turmeric - 1 teaspoon fresh ground pepper - ½ teaspoon dry mustard - ½ teaspoon onion powder - 2 teaspoons chili powder - 1 teaspoon poultry seasoning - ½ teaspoon ground ginger - ½ teaspoon celery seed - ½…
Did you know that a potato contains more potassium than a banana? I picked up this nutritional gem from Sheldon Farms at the Saratoga Farmers’ Market. It came in late February, between the end of butternut squash and the beginnings of chives, when potatoes were one of the few local foods available. The idea that a potato could out-potassium a banana amazed me. I checked it out. Sheldon Farms was right. The U.S. Department of Agriculture reports that an average…
SARATOGA SPRINGS — A feast of flavors will be offered on the streets of downtown Saratoga Springs this weekend in the third annual Saratoga International Flavorfeast. The one-day event – which takes place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday - offers $1 samples from area restaurants representing a variety of nationalities of cuisine. “One-dollar samples and free admission allow attendees the opportunity to enrich their palates and taste ethnic foods they may not have tried in the past,”…
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  • COURT Temujin V. Bozeman, 60, of Saratoga Springs, was sentenced Feb. 7 to 1 year in jail, after pleading to felony DWI.  Mason A. Weber, 25, of Stillwater, pleaded Feb. 6 to felony burglary in Malta. Sentencing is scheduled for  April 10.  Sean D. Knight, 32, of the Bronx, pleaded Feb. 5 to felony DWAI, and aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, a misdemeanor. Sentencing scheduled April 9.  Justin P. Rock, 32, of Saratoga Springs, pleaded Feb. 2 to felony burglary. Sentencing scheduled April 13.  Donald P. Gilbert, 22, of Milton, was sentenced Feb. 2 to five years of…

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  • TOWN OF BALLSTON  Lot 17, MacKenna Court, $356,194. John Paul Builders LLC sold property to Thomas and Michele Stamas.  4 Red Barn Dr., $444,853. Barbera Homes Kelley Farms LLC sold property to Gregory and Audrey Michalski.  Scotchbush Rd., $65,000. Charles Morris sold property to William Heflin. 136 Kingsley Rd., $80,000. Shawn and Rory Adair sold property to Rory and Timothy Adair.   CHARLTON 47 Crooked St., $400,000. Glenn Cook (as Trustee) sold property to David Griffiths and Allison Studley Griffiths. 1327 Sacandaga Rd., $249,000. Trustco Realty Corporation sold property to Jennifer and Lucino Venditti, Jr.   CLIFTON PARK 63 Westbury…
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