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Berkshire Tidbits: Church Suppers, Guido's Thank-Yous

Almost every Wednesday evening, from the end of summer until the next summer, church members, local service clubs, supermarkets and restaurants spend the afternoon in the kitchen of First Congregational Church in Lee, 413 243-1033, 25 Park Place, making simple but tasty suppers for their community. They welcome everyone. Personally. It's a pretty friendly place. Many regulars take the time to make newcomers feel at home as they eat their freshly made salads, ham dinners, chicken with pineapple

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Berkshire Tidbits: Food Pantry Donations Sought, Farmer's Market Returns

"We are focusing on nutritious food ... We do not want to offer empty calories." — Michelle Derr, CHP's director of family services

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Berkshire Tidbits: Time for Hanukkah, Christmas Foods

I'm going out to get a panettone, a holiday bread and some canelé to keep and nibble for the month leading up to the darkest time of the year and all the holidays we celebrate to counteract the coming drear.

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Berkshire Tidbits: Cooking Classes, Firefly Specials

Dinner ends with a traditionally German sweet, Black Forest cake.

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Greylock Mill Redevelopment Moving Forward With USDA Grants

"This is really based on elevating the dairy production system and making this a fantastic, renowned cheese affinage." — Salvatore Perry

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Berkshire Tidbits: Spooky, Spirited & DeButchery

Friday's pumpkin walk takes place on its new walking trail that will be hung with child-decorated jack-o'-lanterns.

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Berkshire Tidbits: Harvest Fests, Historic Fare Fill Weekend

"I doubt that you will see anything from Betty Crocker come from Barbara," Opperman said with a laugh.

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Sheffield Chef Brings 'Pop Up' Dining Experience To Berkshire County

"Without having a brick and mortar restaurant, this is the way to test out ideas." — Theo Friedman

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Berkshires Wake Up With Busy Spring Weekend

Come out and enjoy activities galore in the Berkshires this weekend.

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Adams Revokes Turn Hall Food Permit; Hears 'Malicious' Hoarding Case

"They can't serve food if they have a baby shower or a wedding reception." — Code Enforcement Officer Scott Koczela

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Take & Eat Food Program Fueled by Growing Need

"Why can't we make meals here for homebound elderly in need of meals on weekends?" — Deacon Francis Ryan

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North Adams Cafe Expands Offerings With Salad Bar

"They really like the idea of making it their own thing, and creating it themselves." — Renee Tassone

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North County EATS! Restaurant Week Set for Jan. 23-Feb. 1

Beginning on Jan. 23 through Feb. 1, area restaurants will offer a variety of prix fixe menus to please any palate and wallet.

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Hanukkah Celebrations Include Traditional Latkes

"Never tamper with tradition. It is frowned upon." — Chef Michael Ballon

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DEP Highlights Food Waste Ban At Red Lion Inn

"We are avoiding disposal and disposal costs." — David Cash

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The Meat Market Offers Offal Dinner for All Hallow's Eve

"In the world of eating, nothing is so creepy to the eater as the unusual." — Jeremy Stanton

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Summer Camp Introduces Children to Healthy Eating

"I strongly recommend next year's sessions for any kids looking for a fun, healthy, creative way to enjoy the bounty of summer." — Katherine Miller

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Vermont Tasting Center Opens Near Mass. Border

"The bar is terrific, made out of red elm, which is very unusual. All in all, it is a nice place to spend an hour." — Peter Hopkins

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North Adams Man Catches 23-Pound Bass in Tourney

"I catch 7- to 8-pound trout in the river." — Andrew Bostwick

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New Concession Operator Chosen for Windsor Lake

"I'm not going to put my name out there on something I don't like." — Michael Marchesi

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Hundreds Line Up for Empty Bowl Fundraiser

"It has just blossomed and grown over the last however many years and people really do cherish their bowls." — Valerie Schwarz

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Pine Cobble Forest Project, Dinner Celebrates Utility of Goats

"The invasives are so heavily invested in the woods at Pine Cobble that the native plants are struggling." — Morgan Hartman

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Vermont Tasting Room Will Offer Green Mountain Goods

"The whole focus of this is on Vermont food and beverage." — Peter Hopkins.

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Five Food Businesses Joining Forces In Pittsfield Building

"This is an amazing opportunity to start a business without having to build it from the ground up." — Jazu Stine

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