Prior to the invention of refrigeration, brewers like Peter Beigen stored their cold-conditioned lagers in caves.
Food for Thought
What is it that finally pushes us over the edge and motivates us to try something new? Even when it’s something we’re pretty sure is easy and know would be rewarding, it can be a real effort to begin a new venture.
Which bugs are good for your garden? Which bugs are bad? Nina Chakrabarti’s handy guide explains.
Well-suited to warm and tropical climates, ginger cultivation is novel in New York. But for farmers like Tejada, with connections to farming that reach beyond New York State, this soil welcomes the revival of old traditions.
Graceful stone arches and gothic traversing vaults conjure up ideas of medieval royalty. When those same architectural bastions are used in a modern dairy barn, there is a dramatic shift in perception about farming, from what it was to what it has become and to what it could be.
Nestled in the heart of New York’s Orange County, the “Black Dirt Region” holds roughly 26,000 acres of the most fertile soil in the country.