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College kids love cereal, and that is an indisputable fact. Even if they don't love it going in, they'll probably be hooked by the third week of their freshman year. College students have lots to juggle, meaning food is often last on their list of … more
I'm not a culinary highbrow by any means, but I'm about to sound like a foodie snob — and I'll apologize in advance for my despicable commentary, but I've been wanting to say this ever since I started writing these food columns. Why in the … more
TURKEY DINNER PLANNEDThe South Readsboro Community Club will have a turkey dinner with all the trimmings from 5 to 7 p.m. on Saturday, July 29. There will be homemade pies for dessert. Adult are $12; children 5 to 11, $6. The clubhouse is on Bosley … more
PITTSFIELD — For some of us, hunger pangs are as common to a museum experience as information panels and guided tours. After meandering through stimulating exhibits for hours — or mere minutes — our minds wander to the items so … more
HOTSPOT: OLDE FORGEDetails: Olde Forge restaurant, 125 North Main St, Lanesborough. Noon-10 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Noon-11 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Noon-9 p.m. Sunday. Recipe for success: The Forge boasts a menu covered from end to end with … more
We're (finally!) entering the dog days of summer. Those hot, steamy New England summer days when the cicadas can be heard singing, the dog is comatose in the shade in the backyard and even the pool or lawn sprinkler isn't enough to cool your kids … more
Steamed pork buns are popping up on menus across the country, and it's no wonder. With their pillow-y softness, rich fillings, and salty-sweet sauces, they represent everything that makes Asian cuisines so craveable.Chinese-style steamed buns, known … more
Cooked hard-shell clams are an unbeatable two-for-the price-of-one delight. You get the clams themselves and the clam liquid they give off as they cook, which creates an instant sauce with astonishing depth of flavor. And it's simple. You just … more
During the summer months, my desire to cook wanes. It's too hot to heat up the oven — or do anything else, I don't want to get out of the pool and prepare a meal, or I'm just too pooped to make anything elaborate. I have a million excuses … more
Long before I knew that the origin of breakfast tacos were a hotly debated topic, I was eating them and loving them. I had my first breakfast taco many years ago in Houston and have enjoyed many more in Austin, Texas. But, I am not about to give … more
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