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Sides include maple cornbread, sweet-potato casserole, and simmered greens. 

One example of an offering at Ritual 518, from the shop’s menu, is the Buddha Bowl, featuring wild black rice, fresh greens, tomato, cucumber, fresh avocado rolled in hemp hearts and cacao, roasted sweet potatoes, homemade hummus, roasted red peppers, slivered almonds, and a lemon wedge. 

Two Fox Farm

The Capital District Farm to Fork Local Food Expo was held Wednesday at Guilderland High School. About 40 buyers were on hand to taste local products at the free event.

Tara Kitchen

Aneesa Waheed, originally from India, met her Pakistani husband in Morocco. They offer the Morrocan food they enjoy at home in their restaurants; the third will open in Guilderland soon.

The menu will be an affordable fusion of American and Italian fare that uses as much locally-sourced food as possible, according to Dinovo-Schroeder.

Guilderland High School recognized National School Lunch Week on Wednesday.

The Foxenkill will no longer be a tavern, says new owner Joe Plouffe, but a family-style Renaissance-themed restaurant.

 Patroon Land Farm in Knox, New York

Patroon Land Farm in Knox has helped feed hundreds-of-thousands of hungry people. Its mission will endure even though its owner, Pauline Williman, has died. 

In previous years, Indian Ladder Farms has shipped around 300 bushels, or 1,200 pounds, of apples to local schools. This year, the amount will increase seven or eight times over.

Berne-Knox-Westerlo staff said that one way the community can support the Farm to School program is for parents to complete the free or reduced-price school meals application. If 40 percent of BKW students qualify for free meals, the district would be able to serve free meals to all of its students.

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