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Berkshire Tidbits: Time for Hanukkah, Christmas Foods
By Judith Lerner, Special to iBerkshires
02:17PM / Monday, November 30, 2015
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Every year, from mid-November through the end of the year, Berkshire Mountain Bakery steps up its fancy baking or, more accurately, its sophisticated sweet-treat baking. Some of their best, most hedonistic breads started as holiday specials.   That's the case for their now-yearround unsweetened cherry-pecan bread and their canelé and their chocolate bouchons, both of which are the size and shape of large wine corks. The canelé is barely moist and a bit chewy, antique in style  from honey and beeswax without the trendy addition of rum or vanilla. The bouchons are dry, rich and deeply chocolate all at once.   Bread and chocolate and the chocolate

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'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2': Clueless in Panem
By Michael S. Goldberger, iBerkshires Film Critic
12:09PM / Friday, November 27, 2015
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Point of disclosure: I am beside the point as concerns director Francis Lawrence's "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2." Not a fan of the franchise, I can only be an object of disdain to the loyal cognoscenti, who will understandably raise their children to distrust me. The fact is, I just don't get it. Then again, I don't understand the whole Justin Bieber thing, either.

Nevertheless, though perhaps only in service to those moviegoers as out of the loop as I, your compromised film critic must trudge on and at least attempt to make sense of this phenomenon which, I am promised, is the final issue of the four-part film series. None of this is to say the

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Berkshire Tidbits Special: Where to Eat on Thanksgiving
By Judith Lerner, Special to iBerkshires
12:07PM / Tuesday, November 24, 2015
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There are not many Berkshire restaurants open or serving dinner this Thursday, Nov. 26, Thanksgiving Day. Many of those that are open and serving are already fully booked. Here are some that are still available to reserve seats for Thanksgiving dinner.   Everyone requires or requests reservations unless otherwise stated. Tax and gratuity are to be added to all prices unless otherwise stated.    
    This is a family-owned and run restaurant which serves mainly Greek food with an emphasis on seafood. But owners George and Irene Cami like to serve Thanksgiving dinner.   On Thanksgiving Day, in addition to their regular menu, they will be serving a turkey or a

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Berkshire Tidbits: More Thanksgiving Specials
By Judith Lerner, Special to iBerkshires
11:39AM / Sunday, November 22, 2015
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Today, Sunday, Nov. 22, Capts. Darlene and Elliot Higgins and church members will cook and serve a free Thanksgiving dinner with all the trimmings for anyone who wants one.

No reservations are needed. The Pittsfield Salvation Army is at 300 West St., Pittsfield

 



For the entire Thanksgiving week, Sunday, Nov. 22, through Friday, Nov. 27, Kripalu, 183 West St., Lenox, is offering a special rest and relaxation retreat to reflect on your own thankfulness and practice self-care at the same time.

The R&R retreat requires a minimum stay of two days. And/or enjoy their whole-foods Thanksgiving feast buffet which, actually,a memorable $18 plus tax.

A day pass, from 6 a.m. to the end

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