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This nan pizza is a fun way to eat the flavors of India in America's favorite food. The popular chicken tikka masala is widely believed to have been created in England for the British palate and is actually the national dish. But it is so tasty that … more
A melange of bright green peas, asparagus, sugar snaps, and haricots verts is my favorite way to start dinner now that winter is behind us. This classic combination of spring vegetables will wow your guests with a deliciousness far beyond the sum of its minimal parts. After blanching, seasonal veggies are simply tossed with truffle oil, salt and pepper. That's all there is to it, though there are a few tips that will make your life easier and your ragoût extra delicious. more
Quite often, I think a simple Greek salad is perfect as is, no adornments needed. But you may notice that in many eateries, from diners to higher-end restaurants, you often get a choice of added protein, usually chicken, shrimp or steak. And it's … more
A few weeks ago, I wrote about making balloon wine and mentioned my mother-in-law had once made dandelion wine. Her aunt, Anna Robillard, lived in Stamford, Vt., and was well over the 100-years-old mark the summer Corinne decided to make dandelion wine. For all I know, it may have been Aunt Anna's recipe because she let Corinne borrow a large earthenware crock to ferment the wine in. more
Does anyone really need an excuse to eat pie?We don't, here at The Berkshire Eagle, but sometimes we like to celebrate random holidays — such as Pi Day (March 14) by holding a pie contest. more
I'm a discriminating produce shopper. I sniff, squeeze, inspect, hoist and often reject. Actually, persnickety better describes my behavior. I notice other shoppers just grabbing handfuls of string beans and tossing them into a bag and buying them … more
With annual St. Patrick's Day celebrations cropping up across the globe this Friday, revelers in both homes and businesses are preparing Irish-themed meals and stocking up on a staple of the day: Irish beer, particularly the signature Celtic brew, … more
St. Patrick's Day traditions in the United States run deep. We eat corned beef and cabbage, we drink green beer, and we shame our co-workers into wearing green sweaters to the office. If you're looking for a change of pace this year (except for the … more
A lighter version of the classic Normandy dish, this recipe can geared toward children's palate's by leaving out the alcohol. I also don't muddle the taste with mushrooms because, let's face it, most kids will turn their nose up this fungus. And … more
St. Patrick's Day, aka the Feast of St. Patrick, is devoted not only to "the wearing o' the green," but the eating of the green. Both customs nod to the color of the shamrock, one of the great totems of Ireland, of which Patrick is the patron saint. more
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