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Indulgence: Culture and Cocktails | Springfield | Feb. 1

Jan 20 2018
Indulgence: Culture & Cocktails Thursday, February 1 at 5 PM – 8 PM Springfield Museums 21 Edwards St, Springfield, Massachusetts 01103 Tickets Available:  56082.blackbaudhosting.com
Shake up your museum experience with an eclectic mix of culinary treats and cultural entertainment!
An annual favorite! Sample new wines and enjoy chocolate hors d’oeuvres while [continue reading]

Winter Farmers’ Market | Holyoke | Jan. 20

Jan 17 2018
Winter Farmers’ Market Saturday, January 20 at 10 AM – 2 PM Nuestras Raices 329 Main St, Holyoke, Massachusetts 01040 Join us on our new Mobile Market to buy local vegetables and fruits in downtown Holyoke. We will accept SNAP/HIP, and will carry produce such as sweet potatoes, beets, squash, carrots, apples and more. [continue reading]

Intern with CISA!

Jan 13 2018
CISA welcomes interns to work and learn with us. Most of our internships are unpaid, but if you are a student we will work with your school to help you get credit, participate in a school-funded internship program, or earn work-study hours.
Internships for Spring 2018 All positions are based in CISA’s [continue reading]

Greenfield Farmers’ Market | Feb. 3 & March 3 | Greenfield

Jan 11 2018
Winter Farmers’ Market in Greenfield Feb 3 & March 3, 10:00am-1:00pm Discovery School At Four Corners 21 Ferrante Avenue, Greenfield, Massachusetts 01301
The Greenfield Farmers’ Market is a great place to commune with farmers’, stock up on local veggies and meat, purchase locally crafted gifts and home & body products, and meet up with [continue reading]

Hiring: General Manager – Old Creamery Cooperative

Jan 5 2018
Position Type:  General Manager
Apply By:  January 31, 2018
Organization Type:  Co-op Retail
Organization:  Old Creamery Cooperative
Organization Location:  Cummington, MA
Organization Website:  www.oldcreamery.coop
Contact Name:  Kimberly Tobin, Board Chair
Contact Email:  GMjob@oldcreamery.coop [continue reading]

Valley Bounty: Honey

Jan 1 2018
Honey has got to be among the weirdest substances we are in the habit of eating regularly: it’s the only food that is produced by insects (not counting the eating of insects themselves), and it never spoils because most microorganisms cannot grow in it. Honey varies considerably with the environment the beehive is kept in—bees [continue reading]

Off The Menu: Making plans for New Year’s Eve

Dec 24 2017
New Year’s Eve has traditionally been a red-letter night in the restaurant business, with many establishments promoting dinner and entertainment packages designed to tempt revelers intent on celebrating the new year’s arrival.
The Blue Heron Restaurant in Sunderland is typical in this respect. As part of their New Year’s Eve celebration they’re offering two [continue reading]

Amherst Winter Farmers’ Market now held in Hampshire Mall

Dec 19 2017
The Amherst Winter Farmers Market is coming to Hampshire Mall!
What: A collection of local farmers, food-makers, and craftspeople selling fresh produce, beverages, crafts & more!
When: Weekly on Saturdays, 10am-2pm, December 2, 2017- March 17, 2018.
Where: Inside Target wing, near mall entrance.
Who: For an updated list of vendors, [continue reading]

Chef-owner of new Palmer restaurant Humble Pie describes fare as ‘from scratch, comfort food’

Dec 13 2017
PALMER — As the owner of the newest restaurant in town, chef Jordan Langley had plenty to do when the Palmer Redevelopment Authority held its second annual holiday season “Meet and Greet” on Tuesday night at the public library.
Langley, 35, opened Humble Pie on Nov. 17.
He describes his dishes as “from [continue reading]

Bistro at Gateway City Arts in Holyoke a work in progress (review, photos)

Dec 7 2017
Those promoting Holyoke’s Arts and Innovation District, that part of the city surrounding the Heritage State Park, have high hopes for the neighborhood.
Among the many plans for the District are interesting food experiences, such as the opening next month of the MGM-HCC Culinary Arts Institute.
Already doing business in the District, the Bistro [continue reading]

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