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bands-beans-people.pngHey foodie friends! The final weekend of the Lake George Winter Carnival is behind us. It's time to start thinking spring! One annual event that really gets me feeling spring fever is Bands 'N Beans at Roaring Brook Ranch in Lake George

Bands 'N Beans is a great local event that combines 2 of my favorite things; great live music from numerous local bands and a chili cook off!
table-food.jpgHey foodie friends! One of my favorite events of the year is Super Bowl Sunday! short of having Super Bowl Tickets, there is nothing I like more than going to parties on Super Bowl Sunday or having one of my own. Time to round up some of our favorite recipes and get ready for the big game! 
Happy Sunday foodie friends! With the fall herb harvest in full swing, I've heard a lot of people say that they don't like rosemary. 

What? Is my typical response. I usually then continue on and say, rosemary is great in so many things! You're missing out. 

After listening to many friends tell me why they don't really like it, I have learned that most people don't like it because they feel it is like eating pine needles. 

Here is a very simple way to solve that problem and begin to enjoy this delicious herb! 
tina-bapp-5.jpgHey foodie friends! Did anyone make it out for Taste Of The North Country yesterday? The weather was perfect, the crowd was big and the food was delicious! Restaurants in Downtown Glens Falls, QueensburyLake George, South Glens Falls and more of the surrounding areas participated and did an outstanding job!

Queensbury local and awesome photographer, Tina Bapp of Tina Bapp Photography was smart and creative enough to take advantage of the view from the parking garage in Downtown Glens Falls to get some great shots!
crusher.jpgHey foodie friends! We have found the perfect tool for crushing tomatoes to make sauce! Thank you William Sanoma for offering this awesome gadget at a great price. 

This thing suctions to the counter. You don't have to peel the tomatoes. Put them in cut in half, crank the handle and the seeds and skins are separated out, leaving you with pure tomato pulp to make sauce

Awesome find and I wanted to share it with you all. 

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Glens Falls Gourmet Bloggers:

Deb Castellucci is happy to share food related tips & tricks, recipes, favorite restaurants and ideas for entertaining and more! I'm happy to share what I have learned over the years and look forward to learning more from my Glens Falls neighbors! I grew up in the Glens Falls area and I know that there are tons of fellow foodies out there who would love to share what they know too! Feel free to contact me here or like us our Glens Falls Gourmet Facebook page to see daily posts!

Mary Longley Beside cooking being my middle name, most people call me Mary. My cooking experience started out of necessity, and with lots of successes and not so successful gourmet delights, I learned to be a little creative with some foods and found things that stay consistently on my list. Spending time in the kitchen is therapy for me and entertaining to share the successes. I look forward to sharing some of my creativity with everyone.

Amberly Rundell Hey foodies! My name is Amberly and I'm absolutely thrilled to be a part of this blog. One of my greatest passions is trying different foods from around the world - from Asian to Indian, to Thai and Mexican, I love it all! My recent travels have opened up my palette to whole new world of tastes, spices and aromas and I'm so excited to share them with you all. Im also a huge wine enthusiast. I love to cook with wine. (And sometimes, I even add it to my food!) I welcome you to add little "spice" to your life. Explore our blog for some of the best recipes and wines from all over the globe!