Category: Food

‘Flutie Flakes’ back after 20 years; to debut at Buffalo Bills’ game vs. Ravens

‘Flutie Flakes’ back after 20 years; to debut at Buffalo Bills’ game vs. Ravens

Get ready, Buffalo Bills fans. “Flutie Flakes” are coming back. The cereal, introduced in 1998 when Doug Flutie was in the midst of a Pro Bowl season at quarterback for Buffalo, will be reintroduced Sunday when the Bills host the Baltimore Ravens ... MORE
Cookie baking tradition going strong at Midlakes Elementary School

Cookie baking tradition going strong at Midlakes Elementary School

A tradition going 25 years strong kept going Wednesday at Midlakes Elementary School. Staff working in the cafeteria donated their time and ingredients in the morning to make 125 trays of cookies that will go out to the community. From sugar cookies ... MORE
RealEats scores $1M prize in Grow-NY

RealEats scores $1M prize at Food & Ag Summit in Rochester

Geneva Company Wins Top Prize – By Gabriel Pietrorazio RealEats America in Geneva was selected as the inaugural Grow-NY competition first prize $1 million winner at the two-day Food & Ag Summit held in Rochester on Wednesday, November 13th. Grow-NY is a ... MORE
FLX REVIEWED: Nolan’s on Canandaigua Lake (video)

FLX REVIEWED: Nolan’s on Canandaigua Lake (video)

A review of a recent night out at Nolan’s in Canandaigua which was rebuilt after a fire in 2017 destroyed their original home at 130 Lakeshore Drive which opened in 2011. Their concept is quite simple: steak, seafood and pasta, prepared with ... MORE
Romaine lettuce pulled from shelves again amid E. coli outbreak

Romaine lettuce pulled from shelves again amid E. coli outbreak

U.S. health officials are telling people to avoid romaine lettuce grown in Salinas, California, as they investigate a food poisoning outbreak. They also say not to eat the leafy green if the label doesn’t say where it was grown. The U.S. Food ... MORE
Food, Health, Life, News
Can you really serve 10 people on Thanksgiving for under $50?

Can you really serve 10 people on Thanksgiving for under $50?

With three days to go before Thanksgiving, there are many people who still haven’t picked up ingredients for the holiday meal. According to this year’s Farm Bureau Survey, the average party of 10 will cost $48.91 for the entire holiday meal. If ... MORE
Food, Life
Gorham food pantry distributes Thanksgiving meals

Gorham food pantry distributes Thanksgiving meals

Maureen Hackett has a vision to feed the hungry. It was that vision that resulted in the creation of the Gorham United Methodist Church Food Pantry, which opened its doors on Aug. 15 in a lower level room of the church on ... MORE
4 Wines that Health-Conscious Can Indulge

4 Wines that Health-Conscious Can Indulge

Our health is one of the essential treasures we value. The productivity of our daily routine lies in the amount of energy that our body contains. Thus, we need to ensure that we eat the right kind of food, get away with ... MORE
Food, Life
Grubhub comes under fire for fees to restaurants

Grubhub comes under fire for fees to restaurants

Grubhub and other mobile delivery apps are standard for food delivery nowadays, but restaurant owners and now New York legislators are becoming increasingly peeved by the platform’s practices. This week, a letter signed by 30 New York City Council members asked Grubhub ... MORE
Aurelius will get a Dunkin’ location soon

Aurelius will get a Dunkin’ location soon

The Auburn area is getting a fourth Dunkin’ location. The coffee and doughnut restaurant will open in an outbuilding next to Fingerlakes Crossing plaza by early 2020, said Kevin Langan, a leasing executive with the building’s owner, Cameron Group LLC. Located at ... MORE
Club 86’s Bill Legott remembered fondly by friends and family

Club 86’s Bill Legott remembered fondly by friends and family

Bill Legott is being remembered by friends and family as a “true gentleman,” a man of “class” and “integrity.” Well-known Club 86 restaurateur William “Bill” Legott died unexpectedly Oct. 30 of a heart attack, and a steady stream of mourners packed St ... MORE
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RealEats stays focused on growing Geneva, and Grow-NY competition

As one of 17 finalists, RealEats remains focused on winning Grow-NY, a food and agriculture business competition that supports innovative, high-growth startups in the food consumption market. Winners shall be announced at the Grow-NY Food and Ag Summit in Rochester this week ... MORE
Tomato developed in Geneva takes off

Tomato developed in Geneva takes off

Cornell University said it has developed another potential star in the tomato world: the Moonbeam. The new variety is the result of research conducted at Cornell AgriTech in Geneva. “Moonbeam is a very good eating experience from start to finish … from ... MORE
Food, Geneva, Life, Ontario County
FLX WEEKLY: Evelyn Fuller on enjoying the holidays without over-indulging (podcast)

FLX WEEKLY: Evelyn Fuller on enjoying the holidays without over-indulging (podcast)

Evelyn Fuller is a registered dietitian at Clifton Springs Hospital and Clinic. She joins us in-studio with tips on how to enjoy the upcoming holiday celebrations and dinners without over indulging. Also, some great local photos from the past few days in ... MORE
Lyons Farmers Market to hold November indoor market

Lyons Farmers Market to hold November indoor market

The Lyons Farmers Market is holding an “after season” market to extend the availability of fresh produce into the holiday season. The market will have farmers, food vendors and handmade crafts. The hours for the market are 10:00AM to 2:00PM on Saturdays, ... MORE
Food, Life, Lyons, Wayne County
Captain Bill’s building closing in Watkins Glen

Captain Bill’s building closing in Watkins Glen

Captain Bill’s Seneca Lake Cruises gift shop is coming down to make room for a new terminal. All items in the gift shop are being liquidated at a 50% discount until Nov. 3. No plans for the new terminal have been made ... MORE
Food and Ferments spicing up local produce for people everywhere

Food and Ferments spicing up local produce for people everywhere

Food and Ferments is starting to emerge from its small, humble beginnings in a Truxton farmhouse by taking its fermented produce to people anywhere. The company has expanded to a Cortland facility where they make things like sauerkraut, kimchi, and spicy pickles ... MORE
Food, Life, Tompkins County
Seneca County community Thanksgiving dinner set for Nov. 28

Seneca County community Thanksgiving dinner set for Nov. 28

The fifth annual Seneca County Community Thanksgiving Dinner will be 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 28, at the Seneca Falls Elks Lodge. The Elks Lodge, at 2221 River Road, is partnering with the United Way of Seneca County to ... MORE