Culinary
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It's almost Halloween and creepy, scary things are everywhere, and parties pop up when and where you least expect them. Maybe it's a get-together with family or friends or maybe … more
GREAT BARRINGTON — Maybe you love kimchi, or you've discovered the awesome, soothing qualities of kombucha. Maybe you're a budding foodie who wants to learn more about the science that creates sauerkraut. Or maybe you've gone full on into … more
Local produce is short lived in our neck of the woods but absence makes the heart grow fonder or should I say absence makes the produce tastier! Well, the wait is over. Backyard gardens are producing and farmers markets are now loaded with fresh … more
WILLIAMSTOWN — A meatless burger with academic origins has arrived in one of the county's college towns.The Impossible Burger debuted at The Tavern at The Williams Inn on Sept. 25, making the … more
Late summer fruit is perhaps my favorite. Berries are juicy and sweet, in their last flourish before slipping away into elite and expensive status. Peaches and plums are soft and caramel-like in flavor. Even the humble pebbly-skinned cantaloupe … more
My son, David, his girlfriend, Casey, and I traveled to Pittsburgh, Pa., for the long Labor Day weekend. I know you're thinking, "Pittsburgh?!" I've never in my life said, "Gee, I'd really like to visit the city of Pittsburgh." So, what was the … more
Early in my marriage, I went through a stage where I felt the need to preserve summer's bounty by canning tomato sauce or making jams and jellies. Then God blessed us with a child, which left me no … more
We've all got a favorite stuffing recipe, or turkey technique, but what about all that leftover Thanksgiving food? What's your favorite way to use up what's left of your turkey, or mashed potatoes or … more
Who doesn't love an egg roll? For generations it's been Chinese cuisine's No. 1 hit in America. And why not? They're ubiquitous, they're fried, they're delicious, and you can eat them with your … more
With the fall season almost here, winter squash varieties line the produce shelves, and farmers markets and farm stands. The skin is hard and inedible, while the inside is firm and flavorful. Because of their tough outer shell they keep well for … more
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