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Spiralizing zucchini into “noodles” often translates into a wan and watery dish, a poor imitation of the pasta it attempts to emulate. Generally...

Farmers know better than most people that everything is connected. Physically, weather and elements connect to grow food. When people connect to...

National Strawberry-Rhubarb Pie Day


I tend to celebrate National Strawberry-Rhubarb Pie Day, which falls each year on June 9, because I love food holidays.I also celebrate this day...

Like many cooks and eaters, I am thrilled when I spy the first bunch of seasonal, local asparagus. Hadley Grass — so called because of the historic...

My mother always served asparagus at her seders, regardless of when Passover fell on the calendar. Whether it was at the end of March or at the end...

I recently finished viewing the delightful HBO Max mini-series “Julia.” It tells the story of Julia Child’s first foray into television at WGBH in...

A cheery spring dip


We’re about to dig into a number of spring crops, literally and figuratively. Asparagus, rhubarb, and even peas will be with us soon. While we’re...

Pie Day in Charlemont


Two different days of the year are generally associated with eating pie in the United States. One is National Pie Day, Jan. 23. It was originally...

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