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I went to graduate school in East Tennessee many years ago – so long ago, in fact, that the Dollywood theme park (actually, theme parks, plural...

Hawlemont School in Charlemont is justly renowned for its pioneering H.A.Y. program. H.A.Y. stands for Hawlemont Agriculture and You. Taking...

A colorful salad and its colorful creator


I rejoice that local asparagus is with us once more. Asparagus is my favorite vegetable bar none. I love it so much that I purchase asparagus even...

‘It grew out of walking in the woods and being hungry for knowledge – and also good things to eat.”That’s how Paul Lagreze describes the birth of...

Dreams of rhubarb


I’m impatient. The rhubarb in my yard (I hesitate to use the word “garden” as I am emphatically not a gardener) is coming up. It’s not yet ready to...

A useful new book for ‘every baker’


About 20 years ago I attended a class at the King Arthur Baking School in Norwich, Vermont. I didn’t actually bake that day; instead, a group of...

A salsa for Cinco de Mayo


I have been celebrating Cinco de Mayo since I was in graduate school in Texas. This holiday commemorates the Mexican victory over French forces at...

Jim Moseley of Petersham abounds with energy and enthusiasm.He runs a delivery company and writes religious books at a prodigious rate. He also...

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