Virtual presentations by leading women in food and beverage, food and cookbook authors and food activists. Starting at 10am May 9th or just catch the replay anytime later!
Andrea Young - Sweet Vegan Chocolates - "Chocolate Making"
Alicia Walter - Harlem Valley Homestead - "Farmers & Chefs Panel"
Alisha Albinder-Camac - Hudson River Fruit Distributors - "All About Apples"
Amy Wu - "From Farms to Incubators" - "Women in AgTech"
Audrey Powell - Spicegrove - "BBQ Marinade Demo"
Carmen Ng & Evelyn Li - Ocka Treats - "Cheesecake Demo"
Charlotte Boyle - Charlotte's Home Kitchen - "Cake Recipe Demo"
Chris Baker - Chicory Naturalist - "Foraging Demo"
Cindy List - Red Head Hot Sauce - "Words of Wisdom"
Danielle Gaebel - SuperFine Social - "Social Media for Food"
Erica Frenay - Shelterbelt Farm - "Glamping on the Farm"
Jenna Liut - What Doesn’t Kill You Podcast - "Pitching Your Story"
Judy Joo - Food Network / Author - "Kimchi 101 Workshop"
Kathleen Finlay - Glynwood - "Tea at Glynwood - Panel on Herbs"
Katy Keiffer - Eating Matters Podcast - "Pitching Your Story"
Kristin White - Chicken Librarian - "Sourdough Starter"
Leslie Lennox - Hope's Gardens Pesto- "PestoDemo"
Linda LaViolette - NY Ag & Markets - "Getting Into Markets"
Lisa Held - Farm Report Podcast - "Pitching Your Story for Radio"
Liz Neumark - Katchkie Farm / Great Performances - "Farm Tour"
Maneet Chauhan - Food Network / Author - "Words of Wisdom"
Marianne Williamson - Marianne Williamson - "Food Consciousness & Reverence"
Marie Vorhees - Hidden Spring Lavender - "Tour of Lavender Farm"
Pam, Reuwai & Tannwen Mount - Terhune Orchards - "Farm Tour"
Suin Chin - Forward Roots - "Labeling / Design For Your Products"
Yancey Migliore - Whitecliff Vineyard - "Winery Tour"
Elizabeth Ryan covers Cider 101! She has a degree in Pomology from Cornell University and has studied cider making in England. An original GrowNYC Greenmarket farmers, she received the Cornucopia award from Stone Barns Center. Her products can be found in Greenmarkets and Fulton Stall Market.
Resident judge on the Food Network's Iron Chef America, restaurateur and executive chef, Chef Judy Joo's expertise in Korean cooking led to her own shows: Judy Joo’s Return to Korea and Korean Food Made Simple. Since then she published her debut cookbook, Korean Food Made Simple. Join Chef Joo for a kimchi 101 workshop.
Marianne Williamson is a NY Times bestselling author, former presidential candidate, activist, and spiritual thought leader. In 1989, she founded Project Angel Food, a non-profit that has delivered more than 13 million meals to homebound patients. She has worked throughout her career on poverty, anti-hunger and racial reconciliation issues.
Audrey Powell spent her formative years on her family’s farm in Jamaica with organic produce, ginger and hibiscus - ingredients that found their way into her beverage product Spicegrove Roselle. Join Audrey as she mixes up a spicy BBQ marinade, perfect for your next outdoor grilling party.
Liz Neumark is an American chef and entrepreneur, a member of the New York State Food Policy Council and the founder of The Sylvia Center, a nonprofit organization that inspires healthy eating. Join Liz as she takes you on a virtual farm-to-fork tour!
Atina Foods adapts traditional Ayurvedic recipes to incorporate global and locally available produce for unusually delicious fermented and preserved condiments that help to balance health and life. Join Carrie Dashow as she creates a delectable frosting out of their INJI PULI (Ginger Tamarind Herbal Jam), a south India digestif, traditionally used for feasting!
Leslie Lennox, founder of the artisan pesto company Hope’s Gardens, and author of thee cookbook "PESTO: The Modern Mother Sauce," shows us that pesto need not be limited to its original ingredients.
Have you jumped on the 2020 sourdough bandwagon? Have you wanted to but don’t know how to get started? Join Kristin White, aka Chicken Librarian, as she shows you how to make, feed, and use your sourdough starter.
Carmen Ng and Evelyn Li, founders of Ocka Treats, an Australian food-inspired, colorful, vegan sweet treats business based in Brooklyn, NY, whip up delectable vegan cheesecake.
Did you know the springtime ramp craze has impacted the plant population in many areas? Certified forager, gardener and mushroom obsessive Chris Baker of Chicory Naturalist shares tips for how to correct course.
Learn how to cook (and eat) with important issues like climate change, local economies and more in mind, from Alicia Walter of Harlem Valley Homestead.
Pam, Tannwen and Reuwai Mount farm together along with father Gary. Join them on a tour of NJ's Terhune Orchards in spring. Learn what makes this family farm so special for loyal local customers and visitors seeking to experience farming and fresh open air!
Hear from moderator Kathleen Finlay, a leader in the regenerative agriculture movement for most of her career, along with Michelle Hughes, Linda Shiue, MD, Kanchan Koya, Ph.D, and Chef Ethan Frisch in a panel discussion on food, farming and spicy health.
Join Yancey Migliore, a co-owner of Whitecliff Vineyard, on a winery tour! This artisanal, family-run winery was created from the ground up by the Migliore family. They are dedicated to sustainability, environmentalism, and producing vegan wines they're proud of.
Join Charlotte Boyle for a Calendula Recovery Cake demo and learn more about her Hudson Valley vegan and gluten-free breads and cakes baked with fair trade, locally sourced ingredients.
The Hudson Valley is booming with microbreweries and distilleries, but the female owned and operated Cooper's Daughter Spirits located in the town of Claverack has a few aces up their sleeves. Learn more from Louise Newsome and team.
Vegan and allergen-free chocolates made with robust flavors, and real, fresh ingredients. Join Andrea Young for a step-by-step recipe for her Vegan Strawberry Sensations!
Business owner, kimchi expert and modern cook, Suin Park of forward ROOTS offers her tips and tricks for designing impactful product labels via Canva -- for free!
Explore the scenic views and furry friends of Hidden Spring Lavender & Alpaca Farm with the farm's owner and operator, Marie Vorhees. Learn more about Marie here.
Learn all about apples and the future of farming with Hudson River Fruit Distributors. Learn more about Alisha here.
Super Fine Social Media expert, Danielle Gaebel, will show you how to strengthen your following through storytelling. Learn how to create a strategy that builds awareness and drives traffic while streamlining the process for proper in-house engagements.
James Beard award-winning chef, Culinary Institute of America alumnus, Food Network television personality, cook book author and founder of Morph Hospitality Group and Hop Springs craft brewery park in Nashville, TN, Maneet Chauhan shares her own story and words of wisdom for women in the industry.
Finger Lakes farmer, Erica Frenay, shares her foray into hosting overnight guests in two furnished glamping tents. By covering topics including zoning, pricing, insurance, guest amenities and more, you'll leave feeling more equipped to make a decision about whether adding lodging is the right decision for you.
Thinking about selling in farmers markets? As a veteran special assistant to the Department of New York State Agriculture and Markets Linda LaViolette shares some excellent entrepreneur resources and her top tips for creating a successful experience.
Amy Wu spent over two decades as an investigative reporter at outlets including USA Today, reporting on agriculture and agtech. In 2021, she was named by Food Tank as one of “27 Inspiring Women Reshaping the Food System.” Join Amy for an inspiring talk on Women in AgTech and her new book due out in May .
Owner and one-woman show at Redhead Hot Sauce, Cindy List offers words of wisdom and encouragement for other women entrepreneurs.
The Food Bank of the Hudson Valley is a member of Feeding America. Feeding America sets standards and acquires food donations from national companies for its 200+ member food banks located throughout the country.