Berkshire restaurants, co-ops, markets and farms are adapting to the coronavirus pandemic and the changing world, and many will deliver. Here is a running list of resources for takeout, groceries and more.READ MORE
You can pick blueberries for a picnic … and lean back at a concert with Audra McDonald. You can settle in by a wood fire with a cup of melted sipping chocolate from a Corsican recipe. Or you can sit outdoors looking over the valley and raise a summer lager made with mint from the brewer’s garden. In the Berkshires, we can be laid back and experienced at the same time.
We have third-generation family farms, and we have Brooklyn or San Fransisco chefs looking for a closer tie to the land. And they work together. Sometimes the chefs are farmers, and the farmers are chefs.
Some have come from around the world, from Malaysia to Australia, and Some have been born here. They blend a sense of flavor and a sense of humor.
Looking for a popsicle of the day or purple potato chips? Grass-fed beef burger with blue cheese? Dumplings and shumai? Fresh bread or strawberries still warm from the sun? We can set you up.
In the Berkshires, we can be laid back and experienced at the same time. We have third-generation family farms, and we have Brooklyn chefs looking for a closer tie to the land. And they work together.READ MORE
In the Berkshires farms, farm markets and local makers are finding new ways to bring food to us, and sometimes deliver it to our doors — without touching.READ MORE
Some of Berkshire farmers come to local markets, and some of them welcome you to stop by the farm for a fresh dozen eggs. Some of them have ways to watch, to look quietly at the animals, and occasionally to help.READ MORE