Siegel Bros. Marketplace In Mount Kisco, NY is Now Open! Craft Butchery, Fishmonger, Cheese and Charcuterie, and Prepared Foods by Renowned Chef David Nevins

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Siegel Bros. Marketplace In Mount Kisco, NY is Now Open! Craft Butchery, Fishmonger, Cheese and Charcuterie, and Prepared Foods by Renowned Chef David Nevins

Lots of activity has been seen through the window wrapped storefront of Siegel Bros. Marketplace this past week. Large refrigerator cases were stocked with domestic and imported charcuterie and wheels of Parmigiano-Reggiano and Jarlsberg cheese. Prosciutto was hung from above and the guys could hardly contain themselves when they received grass fed beef from Ease Acres Farm in Berne, NY, pasture raised lamb and pork from Arcadian Pastures in Sloansville, NY, ready to be hand butchered and trimme...    

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23 Things You Have to Eat in Westchester County

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23 Things You Have to Eat in Westchester County

23 Things to Eat in Westchester County Before You DieNew York is one of the greatest places to get some grub. But what most New York City transplants don't know is that there are a ton of food options outside of the five boroughs. In fact, the second richest county in New York State is the home to killer tacos, gelato to-die-for and even hipster-friendly farm-to-table dining....    

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”SPRING BLOSSOMS” FLOWER SHOW SET TO OPEN LYNDHURST 2017 SEASON

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”SPRING BLOSSOMS” FLOWER SHOW SET TO OPEN LYNDHURST 2017 SEASON

Floral Decorations throughout Mansion Recreate Lyndhurst’s Heyday When Jay Gould and his children owned Lyndhurst, the mansion was constantly bedecked with flowers from the vast Lyndhurst greenhouses. To recreate this, Lyndhurst Mansion will open its 2017 season of tours with an extravagant spring flower show featuring Westchester’s finest florists displaying lavish arrangements throughout the rooms of the mansion. Visitors may either take guided tours of the historic home...    

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Sing Along to the History of the 1950’s and 60’s through Popular Song

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Sing Along to the History of the 1950’s and 60’s through Popular Song

Join New York Blues Hall of Fame inductee, Marc Black, for a musical tour through these two historically defining decades. You’ll sing along with wonderful songs as diverse as Itsy Bitsy, Teeny Weeny Yellow Polka -Dot Bikini and Blowin’ in the Wind, as well as tunes by artists ranging from Dean Martin to George Harrison. In addition to the music and discussion, this popular program features a slide show that’s sure to slide you right back in time. Marc will also perform his own group’...    

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No Ordinary Bridal Event

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No Ordinary Bridal Event

Don't Miss This Fun 'A-List' Bridal & 'Mother Of The Bride' Gowns Sample Sale! For Every Age and Every Size. RSVP for Sunday February 26th 1-3pm at the Fabulous Delamar Greenwich Harbor. Plus complimentary wine, lite fare, door prizes and valet parking....    

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Twisted Valentines An evening of non Hallmark one acts in honor of Valentine’s Day

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Twisted Valentines An evening of non Hallmark one acts in  honor of Valentine’s Day

This coming weekend - Axial Theatre in Pleasantville will present Twisted Valentines, a quirky collection of one-act plays that takes an offbeat and unsentimental look at love and related emotions in many and varied guises. The production is part of Axial’s year-long schedule that includes everything from contemporary theatrical hits to timeless classics to original works. Treat yourself and your significant other, your bestie or hey, just yourself – you deserve it. For more informatio...    

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Eat Your Heart Out at The Cookery This Valentine’s Day

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Eat Your Heart Out at The Cookery This Valentine’s Day

It Takes Tongue and Tail to Get To The Heart For the special occasion, Chef David DiBari has put together his own menu, “It Takes Tongue and Tail to Get To The Heart" which includes a three-course prix fix dinner composed of dishes such as Crispy Duck Tongue, Oxtail Ravioli with Bone Marrow Butter and Fresh Sprout Creek’s Cow Cheese, Grilled Grass Fed Beef Heart, and Fried Chocolate Spicy Cream. The Cookery will also be offering an additional three-course dinner with a prix-fi...    

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Bulletproof Chocolate! #eatdessertfirst

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Bulletproof Chocolate! #eatdessertfirst

No need to deprive yourself of chocolate!! Your Bulletproof Valentine's day (And every other day!) option? Their chocolate products are made from our best organic, raw Upgraded Chocolate Powder and Cacao Butter. Sweetened with non-GMO xylitol, Chocolate Fuels Bars, Chocolate Protein Bars, and Fudge Brownie Collagen Bites (and MORE!) are sugar-free and a low-glycemic alternative that works anytime of the day. Experience the Bulletproof Lifestyle with high quality, tasty, chocolate that will...    

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Do You Suffer from Hair Loss/Thinning?

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Do You Suffer from Hair Loss/Thinning?

What you Need to Know About Non-Invasive Hair Replacement Solutions For many men and women, their hair is what defines them and makes them unique. As we know, a haircut and change in hair color can transform, and even enhance, a person’s look. Unfortunately, for many Americans hair loss and thinning hair is a painful reality. Styling thinning hair and booking appointments with hair stylists who question balding spots can be embarrassing and disheartening. Elaina began losing her hair at...    

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Important Purchases To Make In Your Twenties

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Important Purchases To Make In Your Twenties

The financial decisions you have to make in your twenties can be a bit overwhelming, especially for those fresh out of college who have real life knocking at their front door. Your twenties come with a lot of firsts; like your first apartment, first job and first steady paycheck. It can be hard to part with your money, however, purchasing a few great quality items for yourself, can benefit you in the long run. It is important to note that not everyone has the same needs and priorities, but, it i...    

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How to recover from a “diet disaster”

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How to recover from a “diet disaster”

When you’re trying to lose weight, please don’t think that one misstep, one off-day, one anything is a diet deal breaker. Don’t be so hard on yourself! Remember your plan, lean on your support system, keep a positive attitude and anything is possible. When you do fall off your plan (we're only human after all!), you can recover with my Protein Day Strategy. A Protein Day is a super-effective tool that will help you reset your eating patterns by eating primarily protein. A Protein Day coul...    

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Top NYC Aesthetic Nurse Jane Scher Shares her Winter Skin Survival Guide

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Top NYC Aesthetic Nurse Jane Scher Shares her Winter Skin Survival Guide

As you well know, winter can wreak havoc on your skin. Dry heat and plunging temperatures can make it seem as if dull, dry and clogged skin will never go away! Thankfully, today’s skincare pros know the secrets to ensure you’ll survive the cold winter months gorgeously! New York City-based Aesthetic Nurse Jane Scher RN BSN is sharing four essential winter beauty tips to help you survive the remaining chilly months ahead. Moisturizer: In cold weather, the skin has a higher tendency...    

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