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Weekly Food Photo Contest: This week’s winner: Ethan Arsenault of Northampton
03-22-2024 9:51 AM

Readers, there is a future chef among us! These ravioli were made by 13-year-old Ethan Arsenault of Northampton. “For me, it’s about everything from scratch,” he said. “Homemade is always the best made.”How to enter: Snap a pic of something...


There is a Season with Molly Parr: A delicious soup, just not for me: Sharing this Hungarian Sweet and Sour Soup with Farro recipe so others may enjoy it
03-22-2024 9:50 AM

By MOLLY PARR

Have you ever loved something that hurt you? I’m not referring to a bad relationship — rather, a dish that you love, but your body hates? Maybe it’s something that gives you a headache, or makes your tummy uncomfortable. For me, it’s this sweet and...


Growing along with the land: Piyush Labhsetwar joins Grow Food Northamton as new farm and land stewardship manager
03-21-2024 2:08 PM

By PAT JAMES

Visiting his great-uncle’s farm in central India was a “magical experience” for Piyush Labhsetwar, Grow Food Northampton’s new farm and land stewardship manager. He relishes memories of picking ripe mangoes and oranges, drinking fresh cow’s milk, and...


Weekly Food Photo Contest: This week’s winner: Erin Carey of Easthampton
03-15-2024 3:31 PM

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! To celebrate, Erin Carey of Easthampton served her son corned beef and cabbage dinner while he was home for spring break.How to enter: Snap a pic of something delicious-looking and send it with your name, town and a sentence...


Weekly Food Photo Contest: This week’s winner: Linda Marston of Amherst
03-09-2024 10:01 AM

If you’ve yet to try cauliflower crust pizza, a gluten-free, higher-fiber alternative to traditional wheat-based pizza crust, Linda Marston’s Artichoke Pesto Pine Nut Pizza may make you a convert. “Cooked in the toaster oven on a pizza stone” for that...


Weekly Food Photo Contest: This week’s winner: Raisin Horn of South Hadley
03-01-2024 11:49 AM

Raisin Horn of South Hadley sent us this photo of John Horn’s bacon and scallion quiche, with a perfectly crispy top, along with the note “Dinner is always great with the fresh ingredients we find in the Pioneer Valley since moving here in 2023.”...


Greening our brains and our thumbs: The many opportunities in the Valley to increase your garden knowledge and skills
02-29-2024 2:22 PM

By PAT JAMES

After moving from the city into a rural home with land 25 years ago, I was excited that the property was mostly bare ground that I could bend to my will and create beautiful gardens over time. As a kid, I’d helped in the garden a lot, so how hard...


Hillside Pizza closes Hadley location, but business brisk at other locations
02-24-2024 11:20 PM

By GRACE LEE

HADLEY — Hillside Pizza has closed its 15-year-old location at 173 Russell St., though owners report that the Super Bowl marked a record-breaking year in sales and fundraising efforts for the other two locations in South Deerfield and Bernardston....


Best Bites: Ordering off the kid’s menu: 9-year-old budding food critic shares his top 15 places to eat
02-23-2024 2:23 PM

By AZAI DUGGER and ROBIN GOLDSTEIN

Note from Robin Goldstein: For this column, I asked my 9-year-old nephew and co-author Azai Dugger to choose his favorite restaurants and briefly describe each one — the same task as I undertook for my last Gazette column.With great difficulty and...


Valley Bounty: Empowering our local food system: River Valley Co-op invests in regional farms and the interests of community
02-23-2024 2:22 PM

By JACOB NELSON

In just 15 years, River Valley Co-op has grown into an indispensable part of the local food economy. For local farms, food businesses and community members who want easy access to local food, their continued growth is something to celebrate.“River...


There is a Season with Molly Parr: Inspired by an old favorite: Mushroom Infinity is delicious, vegan and can be gluten-free
02-23-2024 2:21 PM

By MOLLY PARR

Not quite 30 years ago, I studied in Manhattan. I had my first computer and went online for the first time. Back then I still found most of my news from actual newspapers, and social media didn’t exist. Even though the “Seinfeld Diner” was practically...


Weekly Food Photo Contest: This week’s winner: Robert D. Shycon of Northampton
02-23-2024 2:20 PM

‘Buns both naked and glazed,” writes winning photographer Robert D. Shycon of Northampton. “My wife, Linda Dell, makes these cinnamon buns with sourdough starter she began in the Great Sourdough Start-up of 2020.”How to enter: Snap a pic of something...


$1M in grants to boost local food system in Hampshire County
02-18-2024 9:30 AM

By JAMES PENTLAND

NORTHAMPTON — Area organizations are welcoming grant awards that will boost the supply of fresh, local food available to those in need and provide support for local farmers.“We’re really thrilled to have been selected,” said Lev BenEzra, executive...


Weekly Food Photo Contest: This week’s winner: Mary Chicoine of Easthampton 
02-16-2024 3:48 PM

Mary Chicoine of Easthampton took this photo of hot onion rye bread on a cold day.How to enter: Snap a pic of something delicious-looking and send it with your name, town and a sentence or two to features@gazettenet.com.


New owner for Haymarket? Former worker, now NYC chef, plans to take on troubled cafe
02-15-2024 7:46 PM

By ALEXANDER MACDOUGALL

NORTHAMPTON — A New York City chef originally from Northampton has entered into negotiations for a partial buyout of Haymarket Cafe, with the intention of eventually taking over operations from current owner Peter Simpson as well as repaying former...


Best Bites: Where to eat dinner right now: The top 35 Valley spots for dinner and what you should order
02-09-2024 12:36 PM

By ROBIN GOLDSTEIN

If I were writing the Pioneer Valley chapter of a travel guide to New England, this would be its section for “dinner with table service.” I list restaurants first that I feel are most essential to the local dining scene, the ones we can’t live...


Weekly Food Photo Contest: This week's winner: Richard B. Newton of Easthampton
02-09-2024 12:32 PM

Along with this photo, Richard B. Newton of Easthampton wrote, “Found today at the Big Y — Turnover opens up about the joy of being raspberry!”How to enter: Snap a pic of something delicious-looking and send it with your name, town and a sentence or...


Weekly Food Photo Contest: This week’s winner: Rachel Markowitz of Northampton
02-02-2024 11:52 AM

With this winning photo, Rachel Markowitz of Northampton brings us closer to granola than we’ve ever been before. Her homemade batch “adds the necessary crunch and spice to my morning yogurt-and-fruit bowls.”How to enter: Snap a pic of something...


Weekly Food Photo Contest: This week’s winner: Robert Boulrice of Florence
01-26-2024 12:33 PM

Robert Boulrice of Florence wins the prize for best subject line of an email: “Antipasto!” This one, which he created, “features grilled asparagus wrapped in prosciutto, eggplant seasoned with Italian herbs then breaded and fried, sweet red peppers,...


If the land could speak: Community gardens on land with social justice roots
01-25-2024 3:54 PM

By PAT JAMES

Community gardens grow on all kinds of land. Many gardens start as derelict lots, long abandoned by owners who sometimes reclaim the property after community gardeners reveal its beauty and productivity.Schools and parks are common sites for community...

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