September 19, 2011 § 1 Comment
Another Fork in the Road is now getting their bread from a new bakery in Hudson, New York, called Loaf.
See a review of the bakery at http://hungryinhudsonny.wordpress.com/2011/08/18/an-ode-to-loaf/.
May 23, 2011 § Leave a Comment
This chef-owner wasn’t born with a silver spoon in his mouth, but he did find a golden fork in the road.
Jamie Parry, chef-owner of Another Fork in the Road restaurant in Milan, is one of the new generation of chefs who have the courage to take the risks to cull original sources for a new way of cultivating, preparing and presenting good that’s fresh, local and innovative.
The restaurant, open for just two years, is within sight of the entrance to the Taconic State Parkway, regardless from which you approach it.
“Nothing comes out of a bag here,” Parry said during a recent interview.
“Everything is locally sourced and handmade with French, Spanish and Manhattan influences,” Parry said. He noted that the kitchen ingredients follow a seasonal and natural progression, with, for example, dandelion pesto and frittata with local wild ramps (more on ramps later) on the menu the day the Freeman visited. Parry said he also makes his own soda, with rhubarb, ginger, lemon and root beer among the favorites… (read more)
May 23, 2011 § Leave a Comment
After an eventful Saturday in Hudson, we had some time for more adventuring on our way home on Sunday and naturally, our first stop was lunch. Since we were a bit clueless about the surrounding area, we turned to our favorite restaurant at the Ramp Fest- Another Fork In The Road. After some google mapping and a few wrong turns, we finally stumbled upon this tiny roadside café in the little town of Milan, NY. We were greeted with smiling faces and when we shared the news that we had been huge fans of their ramp creations, they in return shared their excitement to feed us with complimentary dishes that left us itching for more.Plate after plate appeared on our table and we dove right in. The first dish to hit our palettes was a grilled lamb and potato gratin with braised vegetables, including– you guessed it– ramps. My favorite thing about this dish other than the incredible combination of flavors and textures? The meat tasted exactly like my mom’s cooking. Something about the seasonings transported me home and I couldn’t wait to taste more of this home cooked goodness. (read more)
April 4, 2011 § Leave a Comment
Sample the ramp as interpreted by the brilliant minds at:
Fatty Crab & Fatty Cue
March 13, 2011 § Leave a Comment
February 7, 2011 § 1 Comment
5 Course meal, $40
1Brandade Fritters Lamb Ragout
2Warm Fingerling Salad bacon, mushroom, prunes, shallots, arugula
ORSavory Pumpkin Tart goat cheese, fennel marmalade, arugula & dijon mustard vinaigrette
3Crab fennel & mustard seeds, endive & lemongrass vinaigrette
OREscargot black truffles, roasted walnuts, celery root
4Duck (Grilled Breast & Confit of Leg) squash gratin, maple braised endive & black currant mustard vinaigrette
ORScallops pancetta, Pomme Robuchon & spicy Swiss chard
ORQuail quinoa & quince
5Strawberries, Brown Sugar & Sour Cream a napoleon
ORChestnut Custard dark chocolate bark
December 14, 2010 § Leave a Comment
6 Course meal, $65