Inspired by a old newspaper clipping recipe for the house salad dressing from the Changing Scenes restaurant in Rochester, this creamy garlic parmesan salad dressing is super easy to make, and absolutely delicious!
I love to recreate iconic Upstate New York Regional Dishes and “lost” recipes from businesses no longer with us!
Recreate the Northern New York roadside stand staple in your own kitchen! This sauce is a key ingredient for an Upstate New York Michigan, which is a red hot (usually Glacier hot dog) on a New England Style Roll, with meat sauce and onions.
Salt potatoes are an Upstate Summertime staple, they are great to take to a picnic as a dish to pass, and are easy to prepare, especially in the Instantpot! Not only do they cook cup faster, but the pressurized cooking results in a potato with an unbelievably creamy center. You’ll love making salt potatoes in your pressure cooker!
A rich, dense, dark chocolate bourbon pound cake recipe from Chef Paula Stadtmiller of Premier Pastry in Rochester.
Served at both Mario’s Pizza & Pasta and Mario’s Via Abruzzi Customers would often line up waiting for freshly baked rolls to be brought out directly from the oven to the salad bar.
These Butter Tea Cookies from Oak Hill Country Club are buttery and mildly sweet, perfectly accented with a dollop of raspberry preserves.
This Apple Spice Cake is a piece of Rochester history! McCurdy’s Department Store Apple Spice Cake as found in the Junior League of Rochester’s cookbook Applehood and Motherpie.
Dinosaur Bar-B-Que Garlic Dill Pickles are spicy, crunchy homemade pickles. The recipe comes from the Dinosaur Bar-B-Que: An American Roadhouse Cookbook. These pickles require no canning, you can store them in the fridge for up to a couple of months.
This quick and easy tart cherry sauce is the perfect topping for desserts – use it to top pound cake, waffles, yogurt and ice cream! It can be made year-round with fresh or frozen sour cherries. Ithaca, has long been known as an area having some of the best dining in Upstate New York, but …