Ithaca is Foodies @ The New York Times Travel Show
Sarah Barden and Seth Wraight,
founders and owners of Ithaca is Foodies Culinary Tours, took their professional food knowledge to the next level. On Saturday January 26th, Sarah Barden presented a Culinary Travel across New York State and The Finger Lakes at The New York Times Travel Show. She demonstrated how to make Finger Lakes inspired food, with a strong focus on our local producers and the quality of their work.
The New York Times Travel Show
is attended by over 30,000 travelers and industry professionals. As a representative of Ithaca, Tompkins County and now the Finger Lakes, Visit Ithaca is very proud of our local business owner and agriculinary tourism partner for achieving this high honor.
Presented at the Show:
New York’s Finger Lakes Cheese + Charcuterie Board
A balanced spread includes a variety of flavors and textures. Use today's board as inspiration when curating your own selection!
Herbed Chèvre (Tangy + Herbaceous) *
Lively Run Chèvre, Full Plate Farm Collective Garlic + Fresh Herbs, + F. Oliver’s Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Ingredients to source from Ithaca's surrounding areas:
Sunflower Farmer’s Bread *
Wide Awake Bakery
Turkey Pepperoni (Aged) + Rillettes (Spreadable)
The Piggery Farm + Butcher Shop
Tripletree Tomme (Hard)
Northland Sheep Dairy
Crosswinds Farm + Creamery
Apples (Fruit: Fresh or Dried) *
Black Diamond Farm + Cidery
Fruit Jam (Sweet Spread)
Finger Lakes Fruit Bowl
Buckwheat Honey (Sweet) *
Bright Raven Farm + Apiary
Roasted Hazelnuts (Nutty) *
Z’s Nutty Ridge
Sweet + Spicy Mustard (Savory Spread)
F. Oliver’s Culinary Specialties Store
Looking for the foods you tried as a sample? Those ingredients are marked with a * for your convenience.
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