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DELMAR — The Bethlehem Chamber of Commerce is teaming up with local restaurants to present Bethlehem Restaurant Week on Monday, May 15, through Sunday, May 21.  Participating restaurants will offer a three-course dinner for $25.

The hope is that the future vegetables and flowers will teach students about nutrition and agriculture, as well as provide for school lunches and other school programs.

Peter Blackman, owner of Altamont’s fine-dining restaurant, has made the fare and prices more accessible since it bought it in June. The eatery now has a new name as well.

New York State should require large facilities that regularly throw out quantities of food to give it to food banks instead. 

At the site of the former bar Pixie’s, the pizzeria and tavern serves the Feura Bush hamlet and surrounding areas.

Three new local businesses — a sandwich shop, a dog groomer, and a men’s grooming salon — have opened in Guilderland. They are all located in Hometown Dental Plaza, formerly known as Park Place Plaza, near Carman Road.

It’s important to knead it, stretch it out a bit, and then let it rest.

GUILDERLAND — The promise: artisanal pizza that cooks in three minutes.

Different Blend bakery, Guilderland

A graduate of the Culinary Institute of America comes home to Guilderland to open a gluten-free bakery.

“Everything we make is exactly the same,” Brian Farley, a new co-owner of Emma Cleary's Cafe, said about the shop's menu, which kept the same food choices and added new specials. 

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