Asha Cornell: 2017 Spring Dinner

My food was definitely worth the 12 dollars I paid, and there was the bonus both of discovering new authentic Indian dishes and knowing you are donating to an organization that promotes education throughout India.

Pg-8-Chilifest-by-Katie-Sims

Forecast: Chili Outside

Cincinnati’s chili is unique, but I was excited to expand my views on “real chili” by attending the 19th Annual Great Downtown Ithaca Chili Cook-Off. This was my first year attending in four years, and I wanted to taste all that the competitors could cook up.

Anabel’s Grocery, to be located in Anabel Taylor Hall.

Anabel’s Pop-Up: A Successful First Run

The long-anticipated Anabel’s Grocery made a brief appearance last week with a soft-opening pop-up shop in Willard Straight Hall. The store was able to show off products, as well as test out its equipment and check-out process.

Photo courtesy of Louisa Heywood

Inaugural Brunch Fest

Well, Brunch Fest was certainly popular. The event, one of many food-themed Ithaca events, took place last Saturday with local businesses pitching tents on the Commons and serving up brunch bites.

Cameron Pollack / Photography Editor

Cider Week: Apple Fest’s Older Sibling

You’ve heard of the Apple Harvest Festival, but have you heard of Cider Week? Cider Week, Apple Fest’s lesser-known older sibling, kicked off this weekend, offering a variety of events around the Finger Lakes through October 9.

Qijia Yu / Sun Staff Writer

Jackman’s Vineyard Tomato Tasting: A Myriad of Colors, Shapes and Flavors

Under the glowing yellow lights engulfed by the night drapes, visitors were enjoying wood oven broccoli pizza, freshly made dolsa and wine tastings from one of the local vineyards. But these foods were not what I had come for; I had come to do a little tomato tasting at stall 53, where Alex Jackman introduced passersby to more than 50 varieties of tomatoes grown at his farm.