Autumn Food Events

chiles at the Alemeda farmers' market in San Francisco

Chiles at the Alemeda farmers’ market in San Francisco

Lucky me, I’ve spent the last few weeks trotting around — first, a long stop in San Francisco to visit friends and attend a wedding, then a shorter stop in Cambridge, MA, for a yoga workshop. (Didn’t you know I was a New Age-y yoga dork? “Bring me back some patchouli,” said a surprised friend upon learning of my plans.) Unfortunately, my camera seems to have bit the dust (perhaps literally) during the spectacularly lovely wedding of my fashionable friends, so I can’t show you anything I’ve made to eat since I returned home. Instead, I’ll tell you about some upcoming Berkshire county food events. Although I’ve already missed a few — the big tomato-canning session for the Berkshire Food Project at Caretaker Farm was at the top of my list, but was not logistically possible (though Ali Benjamin has a great write-up of the event from 2007) — there are many more wonderful events coming up.

Preserving the Bounty Workshops

Learn to preserve late-summer fruits and vegetables at various locations in Berkshire county: tomato ketchup, poached pears, herbs, pickling workshops for adults and children.
More info at Berkshire Grown »

Berkshire Grown Harvest Supper

Monday, September 20
Eastover Hotel, Lenox, MA
Locally-sourced food and drink created by Berkshire Grown member chefs. A benefit for Berkshire Grown, featuring a silent auction
More info at Berkshire Grown »

Plate of Taste Symposium: An Exploration of Food, Culture, and Community

Saturday, October 2
Williams College, Williamstown
This daylong symposium will feature writers, artists, scholars, and chefs. Highlights include keynote speaker Adam Gopnik of The New Yorker, White House pastry chef Bill Yosses, Blue Hill chef-owner Dan Barber, and artist Pepón Osorio.
More at iBerkshires »

Talk & Dine at the Bascomb Lodge

Wednesday, October 6
Bascomb Lodge, atop Mt. Greylock
Join Barbara Zheutlin, Executive Director of Berkshire Grown, for a discussion on local foods in the Berkshires, then stay for a home-cooked meal.
More at Bascomb Lodge »

See you there!

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