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Dutchess development now valued at $1B; above-ground construction begins

A mixed-use development of 2.1 million square feet that has been positioned as a future economic powerhouse for Dutchess County is now being valued...

PepsiCo and Culinary Institute of America team on new pepperoni pizza...

The new topping recipe includes a Pepsi Zero Sugar reduction instead of the water.

Sake brewery in Hyde Park to be operating by next summer

Japanese firm Asahi Shuzo International’s plans to open its first U.S. brewery in Dutchess County have been rescheduled due to the coronavirus pandemic. Creators of...

Culinary Institute of America launches online food business master’s program

The culinary college touted the program as a first-of-its-kind offering that allows working professionals to advance their careers on their own schedule.

Future $28 million sake brewery to bring Japanese traditions to Hyde...

The Culinary Institute of America welcomed officials from Asahi Shuzo, the company that plans to open New York's first sake brewery about a mile north of the CIA in Hyde Park.

Gov. Cuomo touts airport investment, sake partnership in Marist College speech

Gov. Andrew Cuomo's speech promised better traffic flow at Woodbury Common, a new sake brewery and more funding for Stewart International Airport.

Anthony Bourdain calls for action against restaurant industry culture in speech...

In the wake of a sexual harassment claims in the restaurant industry, Anthony Bourdain has become a voice in the aftermath of the #MeToo movement.

Medical center fundraiser at Culinary Institute of America

Six master chefs prepared a six-course feast to benefit the Westchester Medical Center Health Network’s 10 hospitals in the Hudson Valley. 

On bad reviews and rising costs: Hudson Valley chefs speak out

When minimum wage goes up a dollar or restaurants have to provide health insurance for more employees, the answer is to raise the price on menu items as needed, Andy Nusser said.

Culinary Institute of America launches degree aimed at transfers

Aimed at career changers and college students, the program allows transfer students to use college credits they have already earned to speed up their path to a degree.

How can restaurant startups avoid a recipe for business disaster?

Insufficient capital and inadequate promotion offer two strikes against aspiring restauranteurs.

Bellefield Development names Oates managing partner

Oates will be responsible for overseeing and managing tenant real estate needs, handling government relations and marketing Bellefield to culinary companies.

Napa East? Hudson Valley crafts its beverages brand

When Rob Mitchell, vice president of craft, wine and spirits for Manhattan Beer Distributors, described where he lived in Orange County to people outside...

Education, evolution and eating: CIA celebrates 70 years

Experiential learning is becoming an increasingly popular trend in higher education. But for The Culinary Institute of America, emphasizing learning through firsthand experience is...

Healthy fare comes knocking

Head chef Steve Linder is the founder of Zone Manhattan, a meal delivery service that serves clients in Westchester and Fairfield counties, as well as New York City, Long Island and northern New Jersey.