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Looking for that last-minute Valentine's Day sweet for your sweetie? Nothing says love — or war — like a cupcake. At least, that is for the members of The Berkshire Eagle staff who went out of their way — and, for some, out of their comfort zone — to create cupcakes for a cupcake war held Friday afternoon. more
Doing a cupcake contest at The Berkshire Eagle (see story on this page) seemed like a good idea — at least to Lindsey Hollenbaugh, managing editor of features. Me, not so much. Cupcakes have … more
In Mexico, the dish known as cochinita pibil is made by rubbing a whole suckling pig with warm spices and juice from bitter oranges, then wrapping it in banana leaves and slowly pit-roasting it until … more
Macaroni and cheese has always been on my "must-explore" list. It's just eaten too often in this country for us to ignore it. Kids in particular say yes to macaroni and cheese when they turn up their … more
Butternut squash soup is a winter staple, but many recipes fail to live up to their potential, ending up too sweet or with too little squash flavor — plus, prepping the squash can be … more
CHESHIRE COA DINNER-DANCEThe Cheshire Council on Aging will hold a Valentine's dinner-dance beginning at 6 p.m. Friday.Dinner includes chicken noodle soup, a choice of a roast beef, turkey or Italian … more
For your Valentine's eve celebration together, a delicious, perfect wine is required. However, selecting from aisles and racks of mass-produced wines is a daunting task. We have searched the world … more
PITTSFIELD — "I always come in and say, `I'm going to try something else. I'm going to try something else,' and I never do," Jennifer Glockner said before placing her usual Naked Burrito Bowl … more
One of the things I love most about cooking is that there's always a way to elevate what you're making. A subtle technique used in just one step or on one ingredient — like roasting or … more
Do your kids a favor, teach them how to cook. Fearlessly bring them into the kitchen and let them cook with you. Let them measure, pour, stir, mash, knead, roll, spread, taste, season, create. In … more

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