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Many months ago, I went cherry picking at Lakeview Orchard in Lanesborough. I'm big into picking local fruit when it's ripe, freezing it, and baking or making pancakes with it for the next six … more
It's that time of year again. You know, the one where I make lists that have lists of other lists. The season of wearing a different pair of gaudy earrings every day for a month. The season of … more
Our second recipe is from Jennifer Huberdeau, editor of UpCountry Magazine. These chocolate gingerbread cookies are simple to make, but require the baker to make sure they only cool on the pan for no … more
Matzo ball soup can be controversial to make, but there is no question that this version hits all the marks, delivering tender dumplings and a savory broth.For matzo balls that were substantial, but … more
CHEF TO DISCUSS SILVERFINWilliams College invites the community to attend a discussion with Chef Philippe Parola, a renowned Baton Rouge, La.-based chef who is developing a human consumption market … more
PITTSFIELD — What was a longtime greasy spoon could soon make way for an alternative fare. "The meat of the story is I am opening a vegan diner," said Shari Peltier, smiling from a booth in the … more
The wind might be howling outside, but that just means it's the perfect time of year to grab a warm beverage in a cozy spot with a book or friend. What makes a coffee spot cozy? Comfortable seating, nourishing beverages (and/or food), inviting atmosphere; a space that welcomes you to sit down, take your time with a warm mug of your favorite beverage for a couple of hours. So put on your comfy sweater, make a date with your closest friend you've been meaning to call and check out some the comfiest and coziest places to grab a coffee or tea in the Berkshires. more
Grab your oven mittens, make sure you have enough powdered sugar and don't be shy, put on those stretchy pants — it's cookie season.We're bringing back our popular cookie of the week series … more
It's deer hunting season in New England and the odds are, at some point, a brown butcher paper-wrapped package of game will find its way to your freezer or refrigerator. But, how do you cook … more
BENEFIT BOOK SIGNING There is no more essential way to show up for people than with food. "Extra Helping: Recipes for Caring, Connecting & Building Community," written by writer and teacher Janet … more
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