Culinary
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When I first heard about folks grilling romaine lettuce, I was pretty skeptical. Lettuce is supposed to be crisp. Grilling would make it soggy. What's the point?Now, having tried it myself, I see the point. Grilling the romaine not only really … more
Did you know "kale" autocorrects to "Jake"? I found this out over Labor Day weekend when I jotted down this month's recipe in the notes section of my phone. I don't know how many of you regularly send texts about kale, but it seems like good info to … more
For the better part of the summer, I have been delighted by the enthusiasm my niece, Reese, has had anticipating starting kindergarten this year. From shopping for school clothes, visiting her school and meeting the teacher, looking forward to … more
I have a running joke with a friend about a book with a list of great careers it never dawned on us to go into. Beer brewer would have been a perfect topic for a chapter. When I was in college, however, it never occurred to me that such a job … 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
When it comes to landing dinner on the table on a weeknight, fish fillets are among the very quickest dishes you can prepare, rarely requiring more than five minutes to go from raw to ready to eat. And given the relative mildness of a fish's flavor, … more
I'm on vacation this week. Pretty much a staycation with a lot — and I do mean a lot — of catch-up laundry and house cleaning and running errands. While I was running errands yesterday, I noticed there were two coolers placed for the AT … 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
By Benjamin Cassidybcassidy@berkshireeagle.comCLARKSBURG — Located in the middle of a hairpin turn, the Golden Eagle Restaurant wouldn't be difficult to find by vehicular accident. After all, visibility of oncoming traffic and margins for … more
LENOX — At Tanglewood, some lawn spectators may be able to ignore the elaborate picnic set-ups surrounding them. But they probably don't sit anywhere near the Tanglewood Competitive Picnic League."It's not barbecue!" Stockbridge resident Nancy … more
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