Deanna N. Fox, Times Union

Deanna N. Fox

Times Union

Capital District, New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Deanna:

Fair food is back post-pandemic, with some changes

Concessionaires who work the circuit of county and state fairs found their longtime... → Read More

Battle chixwich: Customers hot for fried chicken sandwiches

Nationwide, the sale of chicken sandwiches at restaurants soared by more than 400 percent... → Read More

Saratoga County business behind horseradish brand for nearly 100 years

When Frank Whalen started peddling horseradish door-to-door throughout Ballston Spa and... → Read More

The roots of Irish soda bread to today's treat

It is very likely that the Irish soda bread you have come to love and enjoy each March is... → Read More

Trio of Troy businesses benefit from 518 Craft partnership

518 Craft has grown to include more than a Shmaltz Brewing Co. tasting room, but also... → Read More

How Lansingburgh move affects Troy farmers market

The result was a winter relocation of the Troy Waterfront Farmers Market to a former... → Read More

Local foods to ring in the new year, kick out 2020

Many traditions surround the holidays but those you can eat are most cherished. Edible... → Read More

Number of local home-based food business up in 2020

People selling food and baked goods from their home has proved popular in 2020 in the... → Read More

How to make gingerbread houses last through the holidays

Tips and tricks from Times Union freelance writer Deanna Fox on how to improve the... → Read More

Key to crisp latkes for Hanukkah (or anytime) is ice

With the history of a latke to guide you, making latkes at home, on or outside of... → Read More

Where in-house dining falters, food trucks prevail

It has never been difficult to find Susan Dunckel in Troy. Whether it was behind the... → Read More

Local restaurant owners predict winter's effect on dining

While it may have looked like pod people were invading Schenectady’s waterfront dining... → Read More

Election cake makes going to the polls tastier

When Sarah Diamond was a child, she often accompanied her grandmother and mother to their... → Read More

Hudson Valley a hotspot for heritage wine grapes

Stephen Casscles, the author of “Grapes of the Hudson Valley” and a renowned grape... → Read More

Hudson Valley a hotspot for heritage wine grapes

Stephen Casscles, the author of “Grapes of the Hudson Valley” and a renowned grape... → Read More

Jumbo, stuffed cookies rising in popularity

Stuffed, jumbo cookies are en vogue with Capital Region bakers, including vendors like... → Read More

677 Prime longtime server made career in restaurants

That level of skill is something hard earned over a 29-year career in food service, making Bowman, a Schenectady resident, one of the longest tenured servers in the Capital Region and the most senior member of the service team at 677 Prime. Bowman, who is 54, began his career in 1991 when his friend Leesa Perazzo suggested he apply for a waitstaff position at Glen Sanders Mansion, in Scotia.… → Read More

Former La Serre manager creates Hot Crispy Oil

John Trimble could have been left reeling during the COVID-19 pandemic, and no one would... → Read More

Backyard chickens provide eggs, pets during quarantine

Being “cooped-up” has taken new meaning during the stay-at-home quarantine of the... → Read More

Beer deliveries allow Capital Region craft brewers stay in business

When the going gets tough, the tough put their beer in cans, throw it in their car and... → Read More