Culinary
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My parents live about a mile from me, so I get to eat my mom's cooking all the time. I'm a lucky woman. A few weeks ago, I headed to their house for dinner, and when I got there, she was already grilling, brushing a beautiful, chestnut-colored … more
HUMANE SOCIETY FUNDRAISERWild Oats Market, a cooperatively owned natural foods grocery store, caf and bakery, will host its annual ice cream social to benefit the Berkshire Humane Society from 1 to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 5.Customers can create … more
Traditional recipes seem to be part of a collective conscience of sorts, and eggplant caponata is no exception. All around Italy (and the world), chefs and grandmothers and uncles are making a variation of this sweet and sour eggplant dish. And … more
Summer, summer, summer. The word is fat and round and breezy and rolls around nicely on the tongue. And we want our food to be breezy, too.If you have basil and tomatoes growing in your garden, make this. If you have a farmers' market near you, make … more
A recent Sunday morning found me taking inventory of my refrigerator and freezer. Two and a half dozen eggs, four boxes of brown-and-serve sausage, a gallon of orange juice and a quart of half and half for coffee. I moved to the pantry. A whole loaf … more
Details: Rouge Restaurant & Bistro, 3 Center St., West Stockbridge. Open: Sunday, Wednesday and Thursday: 5 p.m.-8:30 p.m.; Friday and Saturday: 5 p.m.-9:30 p.m.; Closed: Monday and Tuesday, 413-232-4111, rougerestaurant.comRecipe for success: … more
Maybe an 8-pound pizza topped with chicken nachos and 24 Blazin' Saddle wings doesn't sound appetizing to you. Or maybe it does — if you're looking for a challenge, that is.If extreme eating is your thing, bring your appetite (and maybe some … more
Hot summers all over the world share many traits: bright sunshine, lush flower beds, boisterous family trips, kids out from school, long days, and sweat dripping off foreheads. In the midst of all this is a common thread: thirst. And what better way … more
Green Goddess Dressing was created at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco, an opulent 19th century hotel noted for its celebrity chefs. In those days, celebrity chefs were not Food Network Stars, but usually white-toqued men either from, or trained … more
Peeling peaches is the pits. And if you're like us, you end up eating your weight in fresh peaches (ideally over the sink, with juice running down your arms) before you ever work up the motivation to cook or bake with them.But also if you're like … more
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