Now that apple season is here, celebrating New York feels more seasonally appropriate than ever.
There’s a reason New York is known for its apples: They’re some of the best in the world. Here at Edible, we celebrate our state’s terroir—which, in so many ways, is defined by its legendary apples—in every story we share. It is a privilege, then, to partner with the New York Apple Association and the New York Cider Association to continue to share the stories of the ‘big apples’ growing just outside the Big Apple itself. Join us as we virtually celebrate Cider Weeks across the state—Hudson Valley in June, Western NY in September, Fingerlakes in October and NYC in November—and as we showcase all that New York apples have to offer: on the plate, in the glass, and beyond.
The chef-owner of four of our favorite restaurants puts Orchard Hill Cider to great use.
This balanced, apple-centric cocktail highlights the best qualities of New York fruit.
Together, Satterfield and Larmer discuss how and why dismantling systemic racism matters to the cider industry, and what we can do as a community to move away from complicity and towards anti-racist alliance with Black and brown peoples.
Since Ivy Mix is, by all accounts, a mixologist who tells cultural stories through her creations, who better to tell a story of cider for all to enjoy for this year’s Cider Week?
From expert-led tastings to DIY projects (and so much more), Cider Week Hudson Valley delivers everything we’ve been waiting for.
Who’s ready for a socially distant Cider Week?
The New York Cider Association cultivates the cider industry. Here’s a map of all their affiliated cideries.
New York is known for its apples for a reason.