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This is the podcast for all you supporters of the local culinary and restaurant scene here in New York State. We sit down with chefs, owners, influencers, and producers in the local scene to find out who they are and what they're doing. Make sure to subscribe to the podcast and follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @EatLocalNYState and @EatLocalNewYork and online at EatLocalNYstate.com
 
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Louise Salas: Host, Gina Chersevani: Craft Cocktail Master

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Come under the influence of the DESIGNATED DRINKER SHOW™, a weekly podcast that's raising the bar on craft cocktails. On each episode, host Louise Salas invites a different Designated Drinker to infuse their unique perspective and story into the conversation, while resident barkeep Gina Chersevani distills this distinctive flavor profile into a custom cocktail.
 
A NEW Beekeeping Podcast with a global perspective. Honeybee keepers, farmers and scientists love talking about bees and honey production and their audience will be intrigued by this hidden, female-led, democracy producing one of the most ancient of sweet treats. What most beekeepers don’t talk about is their personal journey to mindfulness, reinvention or business success. In an increasingly stressful world where we are all looking to improve our sustainability, lighten our footprint and re ...
 
Discover the Passions that drive us, the purpose that defines us and the stories that connect us. A one on one conversational format with those who are driven by what they love to do. Unlock the secrets People with a Passion share on their journey to self discovery and fulfilling their dreams and goals. Join us when you relax or while on your commute and you will feel not only part of our conversation, but realise we all share one another's journey. Please Listen, Enjoy, Share and Rate! Thanks.
 
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Get the featured cocktail recipe: For the Keeper Jump right into this buzzworthy epi, to learn some of Keith’s secrets on how to achieve that beautiful garden you’ve been dreaming while letting the bees do most of the work. Considering we are losing over 1/3 of our bee population, annually, your ever-blooming all-you-can eat buffet for these hardwo…
 
Get the featured cocktail recipe: Rum Rumaway Shiver me timbers! This week’s epi features lawyer turned author and pirate, Laura Sook Duncombe, whose work uncovers the bounty of female pirates history has long ignored. From Grace O’Malley, who terrorized shipping operations around the British Isles during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I, to the earl…
 
Do you remember what it was like when you first started keeping bees? Beekeeping was easier years ago, and most of us wanted more bees, more hives, more skills, more of everything beekeeping. But there’s a next chapter. Beekeepers today are better educated because there’s more to do now. So, it’s not wrong to want to take a day, a week, a whole sea…
 
Get the featured cocktail recipe: Hoby’s Delight Dr. Hoby Wedler, founder of Tasting in the Dark, takes us on a deep dive into sensory literacy on this week’s “super geeky” epi. An insightful, disarming, and passionate thinker, Hoby loves bringing people together to help them expand their minds and their palettes. He shares his experience of living…
 
There are, in most places, a mix of native and invasive plants that our bees will visit because they don’t distinguish good from bad, noxious from native. They are looking for food, regardless of the source. This week Kim and Jim touch on a few of these, and try and come up with some recommendations and perhaps some plans on dealing with invasive p…
 
If you have to feed your bees this fall, something probably went wrong this summer. Spring feeding, or feeding packages or splits is maybe more common, but there are some things to think about if you have to feed your bees in the fall. Is what went wrong the fault of your bees, your management, or the environment your bees have to live in. Too many…
 
Get the featured cocktail recipe: Sangria That Will Make You Sing & Dance After spending time with—and being mentored by—some of the “giants” from the Civil Rights Movement, Xina has dedicated her life’s work to fighting for racial equality. In 2018, she established UNMUTE, an initiative that arms the workforce with tools to foster those tough-to-h…
 
Think about honey bees overwintering in a tree. There’s 4 to 6 inches of insulation, pretty good ventilation, and it’s lined with propolis. Now think of our bees living in a box with less than an inch of wood for protection. We pretty much don’t think of wintering anymore. There’s lots of bees, swarms, we can replace what we lose easily…. well, it …
 
Join Justin and Andy this week as they take a lunchtime classic, Peanut Butter and Jelly, to flavor town. Ever add bacon, sriracha, or cheese to your PB&J before? You might after this episode.Dont forget to call our voicemail and leave us a message at: 315-313-5456You can follow us on Instagram, Facebook, Reddit , and Patreon . Also, check out our …
 
Welcome to the Eat Local New York podcast. My guest this week is MaryEllen Clausen from Ophelia's Place and Cafe at 407. This is an important episode for us. Not only are we announcing the release of the new Eat Local New York Card but we are pleased to announce that Ophelia's Place will be the non-profit organization we're supporting this year. Ea…
 
Get the featured cocktail recipe: Sparking Peach Cobbler We are baring it all on this epi with Julie Socher, a crazy talented boudoir photographer on a mission to empower her subjects in order to bring out their inner beauty and confidence. She shares the methods behind her process of creating truly breathtaking portraits that captures the strength…
 
There’s a saying – Winter Begins in August and it’s already September. It’s time to start thinking about getting ready for winter. What can and what should you be thinking about? Well, if winter is cold where you are, can you move your bees to somewhere that’s warm? If moving bees is at all possible. What about indoor wintering? It used to be popul…
 
Get the featured cocktail recipe: Happy As A Lark We were happy as a lark to have Jim Rivers, Assistant Professor of Wildlife Ecology at OSU and author of “Don’t Worry, Birds Won’t Become Dependent on You Feeding Them, Says Study,” as this week’s Designated Drinker. Jim comes a wealth of knowledge on our feather friends and shares his appreciation …
 
Join Justin and Andy this week as Brewer Union Cafe loads up the table with creatively crafted diner food! This is a multiple meal episode and the guys need a nap and bigger pants afterwards. Has Andy found his match for biscuits in the north?Dont forget to call our voicemail and leave us a message at: 315-313-5456You can follow us on Instagram, Fa…
 
Right now, you have to make some decisions about how to overwinter your colonies. If you live in the deep south, there probably isn’t much to think about. But if you live north of warm winter weather, there’s a lot that has to be done. One of these tasks is what to do with a couple of small, weak colonies, because they are just not big enough to ma…
 
Join Justin and Andy this week as Brewer Union Cafe loads up the table with creatively crafted diner food! This is a multiple meal episode and the guys need a nap and bigger pants afterwards. Has Andy found his match for biscuits in the north? Dont forget to call our voicemail and leave us a message at: 315-313-5456 You can follow us on Instagram, …
 
Get the featured cocktail recipe: Stoned Paloma On this epi with Victoria Pustynsky, we are getting fancy, dance-y and just a bit sparkly, as she introduces us to her Aurora X Artet—a delicious hemp-infused spritz that is as delicate as it is delicious. Victoria’s journey into the world of spirits started when she entered the hospitality industry w…
 
Beekeepers are very often asked to help friends or neighbors that have “bee” problems…. honey bees, carpenter bees, yellow jackets, hornets, bumblebees and the like. But most of us aren’t exterminators. We don’t have the tools, the experience, or the time to help. But “can’t you just get rid of them for me?” lets you know they think you know how to…
 
Join Justin and Andy this week as they try an evening apéritif. Pulling out the bottle of Lillet Blanc, they try two cocktails: a Corpse Reviver and a Sunday In The Park. Justin has several topics from the Snackdown notebook to discuss, one of which is his recent delve into mastering pizza. Dont forget to call our voicemail and leave us a message a…
 
Get the featured cocktail recipe: A-No. 1 Things get a bit curious on this epi with John Wiseman, the President of Curious Elixirs. It’s easy to see how his background in marketing combined with years spent in the hospitality industry have influenced his latest venture into crafting booze-free cocktails. Driven by the belief that non-alcoholic drin…
 
When you finish extracting your honey crop, you have frames that have sticky, gooey honey in the cells, and on the frame surfaces. There may be some crystalized honey in some of the cells, too. Maybe even some pollen stored there. So how do you clean up this mess so when you go to store the supers with these frames in them for the winter, they will…
 
What do you do about ugly or mean bees? It can be difficult to determine which colony in a beeyard with several colonies is the one, or maybe one of several, that has scouting guard bees meet you at the gate when you go to a beeyard. If you can determine which colony is the one with the problems, why is it behaving so aggressively? Several reasons …
 
Get the featured cocktail recipe: Sweet Bourbon Iced Tea In this week’s epi, meet Jeannine Ingenito an ancestry and spirit enthusiast. As the chapter regent of her local Daughters of the American Revolution group she found much more than just revolutionists in her lineage; everyone from witches to patriots to murderers. Discovering her own spirits …
 
Join Justin and Andy this week as they’re joined by Don for a trip down sugary memory lane. What do cookies, tarts, banana cake, and an Alaskan treat do to jog the old memory? **We're having a Live Meet-Up on August 14th from 4-7 PM EST at Buried Acorn in Syracuse, NY with Anthony of EatLocal NY. We can't wait to meet you!** Call our voicemail and …
 
Join Justin and Andy this week as they’re joined by Don for a trip down sugary memory lane. What do cookies, tarts, banana cake, and an Alaskan treat do to jog the old memory? **We're having a Live Meet-Up on August 14th from 4-7 PM EST at Buried Acorn in Syracuse, NY with Anthony of EatLocal NY. We can't wait to meet you!** Call our voicemail and …
 
Get the featured cocktail recipe: After School Special In this epi, meet Colin Blake—a photographer turned Spirit Educator for Moonshine University. He has found his passion in the world of spirits teaching novices and experts, alike. If you want to learn how to get your own distillery up and running, enjoy a bourbon or take a sensory training cour…
 
Join Justin and Andy this week on another late night run to the fridge. It's blueberry season in New York and the table is full of cheese, muffins, danishes, and drinks. The guys talk about Justin's strange choice in dinner and listen to whale songs. Its another fun one. **We're having a Live Meet-Up on August 14th from 4-7 PM EST at Buried Acorn i…
 
Every spring we beekeepers buy packages and set up nucs. Come summer, we start to look at what is going right and what may be going… well… not so right. Or at least, something is going but we’re not quite certain just what! In this episode, Kim and Jim discuss the hives they started this past spring and compare notes. They’re only 30 miles apart an…
 
Welcome to episode 100!! This week we are joined by local journalist, Charlie Miller of Syracuse.com and the Post-Standard. We're so thrilled to have been recording episodes of the Eat Local New York podcast for the last few years and introducing you to so many local restaurant owners and industry people. Thank you to everyone who has listened and …
 
Get the featured cocktail recipe: Mango Mimosa In this epi, meet Georgia Dunn, who’s mission to preserve her family’s ginger beer recipe led to the British West Indies Trading Company. What pasta sauce is to Italy, ginger beer is to the Caribbean—where every family has their own secret recipe. She found her passion in an age-old recipe, which remin…
 
Beekeepers talk a lot about not having enough food or enough good food for their bees due to all manner of development, agriculture spread, and agriculture in general. To help fix that problem beekeepers should be looking at doing some planting for bees, which is what Kim and Jim talk about this week. But it’s not as simple as it might sound. If yo…
 
Welcome to the FIRST EVER SnackDown Podcast episode here on the Eat Local New York Podcast Network! We hope you enjoy these new episodes being released here every Tuesday at 9AM. Join Justin and Andy this week as they welcome special guest and SnackPack member Todd Canterino of Handlebar Craft! See what all the buzz is about as Todd's fresh honey i…
 
Thank you for checking out the Eat Local New York Podcast! This is episode #99 with Kevin Spinner, owner of Naan Ya' Business Food Truck in Central New York. We hope you're enjoying these episodes. If you are, make sure you subscribe to the podcast that way you'll know the moment we release a new episode. You can also connect with us online at EatL…
 
Join Justin and Andy this week as they welcome special guest and SnackPack member Todd Canterino of Handlebar Craft! See what all the buzz is about as Todd's fresh honey is the theme throughout both the food and the drink. **We're Having a Live Meet-Up! A Snack-Up if you will! Come hang out with Justin, Andy, and the rest of the SnackPack on August…
 
Get the featured cocktail recipe: Mindful Rose In this epi, meet the cocktail wizard, Pam Wiznitzer, a powerful creative force in the cocktail scene. She may just have started out taking a bartending class to score free booze but she quickly found her destiny behind the stick. After losing her day-walker job in the ‘08 recession, she quickly climbe…
 
Kim and Jim ask some interesting questions this week, maybe some you’ve asked yourself, or perhaps you asked a close friend. For instance, should a colony being used for honey production spend time and energy raising drones? Or should a beekeeper be getting rid of drones? There are some who believe so. And where do you go to get good information wh…
 
Join Justin and Andy this week as they slip to the fridge in their sleeping caps to snack on pastries all the way from Ohio. On this late night episode, the plates are pilled high with treats from Gartman Model Bakery. From cherry balish to apricot cheesecake, this episode is sure to satisfy your bakery craving. **We're Having a Live Meet-Up! A Sna…
 
Get the featured cocktail recipes: Nearest Perfection Uncle Nearest Whiskey pairs well with a great story and an even better story teller. In this epi, our guest—Mac Newell, the Director of Digital Content and Engagement for Uncle Nearest Premium Whiskey—regales us with the back-story of Tennessee Whiskey and the best way to enjoy a two finger pour…
 
Have you ever had European Foulbrood (EFB) in one or more of your hives? How do you know if it was EFB? What does it look like? What does it smell like? Does it smell like American Foulbrood (AFB), or look like AFB? If you’re not sure, how do you find out? Who can you call? And what can you do about it if it is EFB? Burn, treat, scorch, feed, let i…
 
Join Justin and Andy as they sizzle and smoke up some wings! The podcast returns to the summer camper and Kalin brings them Strawberry Crisp for dessert. You can follow us on Instagram, Facebook, or Reddit , and Patreon . Also, check out our YouTube page! Call our voicemail and leave us a message at: 315-313-5456 Music: "Indie Rock" by Scott Holmes…
 
Get the featured cocktail recipe: Crush it In this epi, meet Milan–founder of the Free Spirits Company–an ad-exec and avid cocktail fan turned alcohol-free spirit creator. As an emerging leader in the alcohol free-spirits industry, he helps keep the party going while giving us more interesting options to reduce how much alcohol we drink. So go ahea…
 
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