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Stuff to do this weekend

Welcome to the weekend. There's a lot going on and we know you're busy, so here's a list of events we thought you might like to check out. Planning something you don't see here? Tell us about it in the comment section of this post. And whatever you're up to,... (read the rest)

In the mold of Christmas

Come for the photos of the beautiful 19th century cookie molds that are in the collection of the Albany Institute of History and Art, stay for Deanna Fox's look at the many times baking and Christmas cookies have intersected with Albany history. [TU] Earlier: What did Albany eat in the... (read the rest)

A handful of upcoming cooking classes to get tuned up for Thanksgiving

This time of year is a good time to take a cooking class. It's cozy to gather around a kitchen as the weather turns cold. A class can be fun to take with a friend. And, of course, the winter holidays are big cooking months for many people. So here... (read the rest)

Cider donuts, quietly

Autumnal cooking zen: Take a moment to watch as Cooper Nelson quietly makes cider donuts in his Delmar kitchen for his Silently Cooking YouTube channel. See also this profile of Nelson from last year by Deanna Fox.... (read the rest)

Stuff to do this weekend

Welcome to summer. Have a lemonade and some freshly-picked stuff to do. There's baseball, strawberries, jazz, wine ... all kinds of fun things to make your weekend delicious. Doing something that didn't make our list? Drop it in the comments so we can all see. And whatever you're doing, have... (read the rest)

Proost: A Brewed and Boozy Sampling of Mid-19th Century Albany

The Proost! series of beer/spirits/history events continues June 22 at the Stephen and Harriet Myers Residence in Albany. Blurbage: The Albany Distilling Company, C.H. Evans Brewery Company, The Albany Ale Project, and Discover Albany are teaming up with the The Underground Railroad History Project to present "Proost! A Brewed and... (read the rest)

Shmaltz is selling its brewery

Shmaltz Brewing Company is selling its Clifton Park brewery to the Queens-based SingleCut Beersmiths, and the facility (to be called SingleCut North) will produce beer for the company. Shmaltz will continue its beer brands, eventually shifting over to contract brewing at other breweries. And Shmaltz's owner tells Deanna Fox the... (read the rest)

Hudson Valley Hops 2018

The Hudson Valley Hops beer event returns to the Albany Institute May 19. Event blurbage: Enjoy a regional craft beer tasting as well as an exhibition of local brewing history and a special program about brewing history in Troy. Hudson Valley Hops 2018 will feature a one-time blind taste test... (read the rest)

The breakfast sandwich at Stacks

Breakfast sandwiches might as well be an official food of the Capital Region. We have enormous ones. We have taco-styled ones. We have vegan ones. We have everything in between. When a new one comes to the market, it has to be really special to be deserving of page space.... (read the rest)

Enfrijoladas at Cocina Vasquez

I'm down to eat breakfast any time of day. In fact, I would rather eat traditional breakfast food post-noon than any time in the morning. So when I walked into Cocina Vasquez on a recent Sunday looking to try something from this South-Central Mexican menu, I was on-board when the... (read the rest)

Charlie Foxtrot at Mess Hall

It's not lost on me that a military-style eatery is serving up some of my most beloved comfort food, even though I've no military experience myself, and neither do my parents. My grandfather was a WWII veteran, and I have uncles and cousins who have honorably served multiple tours of... (read the rest)

International Tuesday at The Low Beat

How many of you out there went to Valentine's in Albany when it was still around? Raise your hand. (**cups hands over brow bone, squints, peers beyond the spotlight into the audience**) Ok, so all of you. Now, how many of you made the transition to The Low Beat on... (read the rest)

Proost! at Crailo State Historic Site

The beer/spirts/history series Proost! returns March 25 at the Crailo State Historic Site in Rensselaer. Blurbage: Moderated by culinary writer and historian Deanna Fox, "Proost!" celebrates the rich history of Beverwijk's beer and spririts culture. Distiller Johnny Curtain, beer historian Craig Gravina, and C.H. Evan's brewer Sam Pagano will take... (read the rest)

Stuff to do this weekend

First, a public service announcement: Daylight Savings Time starts this weekend -- the one where we spring forward, losing an hour -- so remember to set your clock ahead before you go to bed on Saturday, and prepare to be a little groggy early next week. Now on to the... (read the rest)

Doner kebab at The Olde English

I recently showed up an entire hour early for a meeting at The Olde English Pub in Albany. Well, more than an hour, I guess: I thought I was finally overcoming my chronic lateness by providing myself an extra 15 minute window to park and account for traffic. Turns out... (read the rest)

Stuff to do this weekend

And other weekend arrives in the Capital Region. We know you're anxious to make some plans, so we'll get right to it. After the jump you'll find our list of stuff we thought might interest you. If you're doing something we missed we hope you'll tell us about it in... (read the rest)

Sampling at Farmers Hardware

I'm back in Saratoga today. That means I've hit my quota for dining out in Saratoga for the year, right? Maybe not, since the city keeps opening up restaurants with a velocity reserved for more urbane nooks in bigger cities. Maybe it's because of the high turnover (and higher rents)... (read the rest)

Muffaletta from Harrison's Corner Market

A muffaletta sandwich is a glorious thing. Rich, unctuous, and briny, it has enough substance to make typical sandwich accoutrements (pickle, chips) seem superfluous.The trick is getting the proportions right and keeping each flavor profile balanced. A new (long awaited) eatery -- Harrison's Corner Market in Troy -- seems to... (read the rest)

Oxtail egg rolls at Buddha Noodle

You know those online memes that show a horrifically frozen snowy scene and ask, "Why do I live in a place where the weather hurts my face?" I know the answer: It's because the soup tastes better here. Soup -- loosely defined -- could include anything from chicken noodle to... (read the rest)

Where to get a custom pint glass?

Sean emails: Do any of your readers know of any local places where I could have a pint glass etched with a custom logo? There are tons of websites out there that do this, but I'd love to go local if possible. These sorts of custom glasses are so common... (read the rest)

Nutella bacon bagel at Wired Coffee

There are certain foodstuffs that really only exist for those moments when you just don't care about life anymore. Those items that make it hard to believe the eater actually places value on their health, life expectancy or general well-being. For those moments when all hope is gone, there is... (read the rest)

Galaktoboureko at Blue Ribbon

Galactic burrito! That's not what we're talking about today, but it's how to phonetically sound out galaktoboureko, the subject of this edition of Eat This! The galaktoboureko -- a 3-inch high pastry -- is difficult to pronounce at first, and perhaps that's why it often goes by it's more common... (read the rest)

Benedict Trio at Tipsy Moose Tap and Tavern

Thrice I've attempted to dine at Tipsy Moose Tap and Tavern, just off Latham Circle. The first time, not long after the comfort food destination opened, the wait time was over an hour. The result was a visit to Celadon Thai. The second time, during happy hour, was equally unsuccessful.... (read the rest)

Pollo mofongo from Mi Ecuador Juice Bar

I'm not a fan of molded foods. I'm not talking about moldy foods -- though funky cheese and fermented foods are always ok in my book -- I'm talking about the foods that are manipulated into cutesy forms to somehow exude superiority and sophistication. Save for cookie cut-outs, any food... (read the rest)

Schenectady budget narrowly passes, persons of interest questioned in gun shop robbery, Cuomo signs e-cigarette ban, no clowns on campus

Schenectady budget The Schenectady City Council voted 4-3 on Tuesday to pass an $85.2 million budget that contains a 1 percent tax cut. [Gazette][TU] Foam spill Damage from a foam spill due to a fire suppressions malfunction a Commutair hanger at Albany International Airport could cost millions of dollars. [TU]... (read the rest)

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