Dutchess County Videos
- 2012 Dutchess County Tourism Promotional Tours Video
Come explore Dutchess County through this promotional tours video, which highlights the area's historic landmarks, artistic culture, the culinary arts, agriculture, fresh local markets, and the natural beauty of the Hudson Valley. Simple and Sophisticated. You Deserve Dutchess.
This was produced by four Marist College seniors exclusively for Dutchess Tourism. Many thanks to Raymond Girolamo, Katie Meena, Karishna Perez, and Brittany Tommasone; it was terrific working with you all!
Part 1 - History
Part 2 - Arts
Part 3 - Cuisine
Part 4 - Agriculture
Part 5 - Scenic Landscapes
Part 6 - Recreation
- Hudson Valley Food and Beverage Alliance Roundtable
On Feb.2, hosted by The Culinary Institute of America, in front of a capacity crowd of more than 200 of the area's top food and beverage companies, suppliers and elected officials, the Hudson Valley Economic Development Corp. officially launched its Hudson Valley Food and Beverage Alliance. Using a roundtable discussion format, attendees expressed a variety of opinions and discussed issues relevant to the future of this industry in the Hudson Valley.
- CIA Grilling Tips: Turn Your Gas Grill into a Backyard Smoker
Want to turn your ordinary outdoor gas grill into a backyard smoker? Culinary Institute of America Chef Howie Velie has the grilling tips to teach you how.
- Say it with Cupcakes - A Beautiful Spring Cupcake Bouquet for Mother's Day
Sure, every Mom loves flowers...but she might also like something a bit sweeter, too. To help satisfy every deserving mother's sweet tooth, Chef Melissa Walnock of The Culinary Institute of America has a great suggestion for how to create a beautiful "bouquet" of floral cupcakes for Mom that's sure to please.
- A Super Bowl Feast Fit for a Chef: Sauerkraut with Smoked Pork, Sausage, Frankfurters, and Potatoes
While chili, ribs, and seven-layer dips are Super Bowl standbys, why not consider impressing your fellow fans with something different this year
- Delicious Gifts - Homemade Syrups Can be Enjoyed Long After the Holidays are Over
It's that time of year again...the time when bags of cranberries arrive on the shelves of our markets produce sections
- The Flavors of Fall: Vegetarian Butternut Squash & Apple Soup Served in Fresh Pumpkins
Fall is here and every farmers' market and stand is displaying its harvest of squashes. Americans were introduced to winter squashes by native Indians. Pilgrims and early colonists realized how easy they were to grow and how adaptable they were in many recipes.
- Fruit or Vegetable Serving Kids Will Love
School is back in session and now that the kids are set with their usual supplies of pencils and erasers, it is important to consider they also receive the nutritional support they need to succeed both physically and academically in class.
- Relish Summer All Winter Long
to savor the fresh flavors of summer's harvest. It doesn't get any better than delighting in fresh fruit and produce picked straight out of the garden or from local farm stands.
- Chill Out with an Italian Classic
Perfect any time of year, but particularly the warmer months, easy-to-make Affogato al Caffè is an elegant way to serve coffee to your guests, no matter how hot the temperature gets outside.
- Keep Cool with Refreshing Ceviche
You don't have to travel to Central or South America to learn one of the tastiest tricks to keep your kitchen cool this summer. Consider an alternative and fresh way to prepare seafood. A dish that originated in Peru, ceviche was very popular along the coastal regions of the Americas. Today, thanks to refrigeration and modern transportation, fresh seafood is readably available, and ceviche is gaining in popularity.
- Asado de Bodas "Wedding Stew"
When asked to find a recipe to commemorate the Alamo anniversary, Chef de la Vega found Asado de Bodas, a delicious dish typically served at weddings and other special occasions in this region during the early 1800s. "In English, the dish is known as 'Wedding Stew,'" says Chef de la Vega. "Traditionally, it is served with Mexican rice. Today, it is also popular served with pasta."
- Steak au Poivre
Students at The Culinary Institute of America learn cooking fundamentals in Skill Development class, including sautéing; cooking food rapidly in a little fat over high heat. Chef Hinnerk Von Bargen has suggestions for a successful of Steak au Poivre.
- Visit Beacon Video by VISITvortex.
- Visit Rhinebeck Video by VISITvortex
- A Family Outing to Beacon, NY:
Filmmaker Josh Aronson captures the fun of a family visit to Beacon, New York, a city that has benefitted greatly from Scenic Hudson's work to create new parks and revitalize urban centers
- New York Welcomes You™ Video Tour of the Hudson Valley Region