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There is a Season with Molly Parr: A galette so good it bore repeating: Lemon Caper Galette, inspired by the Pie Bar, with a Jacques Pepin crust
01-19-2024 11:07 AM

By MOLLY PARR

I’ll be first to admit that I look to restaurants for menu inspiration in my own kitchen. Broccoli Caesar Kimchi Salad from Vegan Pizzaland, I’m looking at you. And my friend Andrew, to whom I totally owe the recipe for the Kale Caesar Salad from Paul...


Weekly Food Photo Contest: This week’s winner: Shel Horowitz of Hadley
01-19-2024 11:05 AM

When it’s this cold outside, I don’t simply want to eat this savory baked french toast, I want to be it: warm, tucked cozily into a pan, full of cheese. Specifically, “rosemary, brie, whole grain mustard, and frozen raspberries from our own bush,”...


Valley Bounty: One good thing to come from pandemic: Mass Food Delivery service maximizes access to farms
01-12-2024 12:15 PM

By LISA GOODRICH

Farms are the foundation of our local food system, with farmers markets, farm stands, and community markets providing the predominant means of providing local food to customers. And for some members of the community, the ability to order fresh, local...


Weekly Food Photo Contest: This week’s winner: Shel Horowitz of Hadley 
01-05-2024 3:07 PM

This sauteed fresh spinach with lots of garlic and a few pomegranate seeds was actually the more photogenic side dish to the Tunisian-style sweet couscous with raisins, apricots, and almonds behind it, according to photographer Shel Horowitz. D. Dina...


Weekly Food Photo Contest: This week’s winner — Jason Kahn of Amherst
12-29-2023 9:04 PM

Jason Kahn started making fruitcakes when he was eight years old with his family and has now been making them for more than 50 years. While not a fruitcake, he made this Rose Apple Tart for Christmas dinner, a recipe from the NY Times. “Not so heavy...


Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources Commissioner Ashley Randle visits Smith Voc, meets with students 
12-26-2023 10:52 AM

By ALEXANDER MACDOUGALL

NORTHAMPTON – Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources Commissioner Ashley Randle returned to her native western Massachusetts and paid a recent visit to Smith Vocational and Agricultural High School, touring the school’s horticultural...


Weekly Food Photo Contest: This week’s winner — Pia Wise of Amherst 
12-22-2023 2:18 PM

Pia Wise, 13, of Amherst, made these cozy apple gingerbread pancakes to warm up the holidays. They were delicious with yogurt, maple syrup and a dash of cinnamon on top, according to Wise. How to enter: Snap a pic of something delicious-looking and...


$85K grant to boost CISA’s Buy Local initiative
12-17-2023 1:00 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

SOUTH DEERFIELD — Community Involved in Sustaining Agriculture’s Buy Local campaign will get a boost in the coming months on the heels of a Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources grant.CISA received the $84,737 grant on Nov. 27 and will...


Weekly Food Photo Contest: This week’s winner — Nina Kleinberg
12-15-2023 11:44 AM

Nina Kleinberg of Florence took this photo of eight homemade everything bagels, which she said are “fun to make and even more fun to eat!”How to enter: Snap a pic of something delicious-looking and send it with your name, town and a sentence or two to...


Valley Bounty: New Hadley Winter Farmers Market aims to keep farmers, consumers connected
12-08-2023 4:45 PM

By JACOB NELSON

With considerable effort from organizers, a new winter farmers market is coming to Hadley this year. Located on the grounds of Wancyzk Nursery at 166 Russell St, it will run every Saturday from 10 to 2. The market will offer local farms and businesses...


Weekly Food Photo Contest: This week’s winner: Suzanne Kurtis of Florence 
12-08-2023 4:39 PM

Suzanne Kurtis of Florence said her niece and nephew, Amy and Marc, have been honing their charcuterie skills over the past couple of years and created this platter for her family’s Thanksgiving gathering this year. How to enter: Snap a pic of...


New Banchan Korean Deli in Sunderland offering ‘generational cooking at its finest’
12-06-2023 12:10 PM

By CHRIS LARABEE

SUNDERLAND — Nestled in the former Dove’s Nest restaurant, a new deli is steadily gaining traction.Across from Cliffside Apartments and sharing a plaza with Frontier Pizza, resident Hilda Bailey has been whipping up all sorts of food at Banchan Korean...


Local Burger to open 4th location in old Riff’s Joint spot in Easthampton
12-05-2023 1:20 PM

By ALEXANDER MACDOUGALL

EASTHAMPTON — Restaurant chain Local Burger plans to open a fourth eatery next month when it takes over the former Riff’s Joint space in Easthampton. Local Burger, with locations in Northampton, Haydenville, and the New Hampshire town of Keene, serves...


Food for all: United Way, HCC team up to open new food pantry in Holyoke that’s open to all who show up
11-23-2023 10:00 AM

By EMILEE KLEIN

HOLYOKE — The Holyoke Community Cupboard, United Way of Pioneer Valley’s newest food pantry with Holyoke Community College, seeks to tackle stigmas of emergency food supplies by offering refrigerated and frozen staples to anyone who needs to...


Different name, same mission: Belmonte back with annual march against hunger
11-17-2023 4:17 PM

By DOMENIC POLI

Don’t worry, radio personality Christopher “Monte” Belmonte will still push a shopping cart 43 miles from Springfield to Greenfield to raise money to combat food insecurity. The journey will simply have a different name.This year marks the first March...


Charting state’s course toward food security: Special agriculture panel focuses on bolstering food banks
11-16-2023 5:25 PM

By JAMES PENTLAND

NORTHAMPTON — While extremist Republicans in Congress are trying to gut programs that provide food to those in need, Massachusetts could become the first state to end hunger, U.S. Rep. Jim McGovern told a special state commission on agriculture...


Budding chefs at Smith Voc branch out by opening new food truck
10-19-2023 1:00 PM

By ALEXANDER MACDOUGALL

NORTHAMPTON — A stove and oven, along with a 36-inch grill and deep fryers, are just some of the equipment inside Smith Vocational and Agricultural High School’s new food truck, which launched on Wednesday, staffed by students in the school’s culinary...


Three County Fair back for another ride: 35K expected to attend annual event that kicks off Friday
08-29-2023 6:13 PM

By MADDIE FABIAN

NORTHAMPTON — With a sunny forecast and a schedule packed with agricultural events, music, motor sport activities, food and local art, the 206th Three County Fair is set to kick off Friday and run through Labor Day on Monday.First been held in 1818,...


UMass Amherst dining takes top honors again
08-16-2023 12:43 PM

By SOPHIE HAUCK

AMHERST — The University of Massachusetts Amherst has won bragging rights for having the best campus food in the country for the seventh consecutive time, the Princeton Review determined, based on feedback from college students across the country.The...


Pork producers ready to challenge voter law in court
08-14-2023 1:08 PM

By CHRIS LISINSKI

BOSTON — A group of pork producers who want to block new livestock regulations in Massachusetts will get a chance to go before a judge, but not until after many of the new policies that were already targeted in a prior lawsuit take effect.U.S....

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