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The lactose intolerant gaze forlornly at my brimming cheese case and sigh, "I wish I could eat cheese." "But Sir/Ma'am, I can grant your wish," I say, "There is no lactose in cheese!" I wait for the angel choir and tears of joy, but they never come. … more
I don't really like cabbage, but every time one comes in my CSA, I am determined to use it. (Remember hipster golumpki? Classic!) I don't love the taste and I didn't grow up eating it, so it does nothing for me. But I like the challenge of getting … more
One of the great, great, great (three times, that's how great it is) pleasures of summer is figuring out what to do with all that fruit that floods the markets. Stone fruits like plums, peaches, nectarines, cherries; melons of all stripes; and … more
Growing up in the Southwest, a tortilla was a thin flatbread used to wrap around grilled meat and make tacos. I was in my 30s before I visited Barcelona, Spain, and was served a Spanish tortilla — a completely different dish — and I fell … more
Details: Shire Breu-Hous at The Stationery Factory: 63 Flansburg Ave, Dalton, Mass; Hours: Sunday & Monday, closed; Tuesday - Thursday, 4 p.m. - midnight; and Friday & Saturday, 4 p.m. - 2 a.m. 413-842-8313, www.shirebreuhous.comRecipe for … 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
TOOL EXHIBIT OPENING AND FEASTThe Sheffield Historical Society will hold a feast from 4 to 6 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 27 to celebrate the opening of the permanent Milt Barnum Tool Exhibit in the historical society's barn. Join in the celebration while … 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
"A rose by any other name" ... could be a peach. It's true! Turns out that the peach is a member of the rose family.A nod to William Shakespeare, "a rose by any other word would be as sweet" from Romeo and Juliet and so true of summer's bounty of … more
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