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Foraging at Cricket Creek Farm with Berkshire Chefs Last Friday morning, a group of local chefs visited Cricket Creek Farm in South Williamstown to take part in a foraging walk hosted by Mezze Restaurant Group and led by expert forager Evan Strusinski. Coffee was a required prelude for this gang and a bit of bramble [...]
We’re thrilled to have been featured in The Bride’s Cafe for Nicolina + Luke’s Wedding, which was catered by Mezze Catering at Stonover Farm in Lenox in autumn of 2010: Take a look at this beautiful short video produced by Parris Whittingham: Thanks to Parris Whittingham Photography for the video!
$40,000 Generated at Berkshire Grown Holiday Farmers’ Markets in November; Next One Scheduled for 12/18
Photos Courtesy of Fran Duncan of platetoplate + durablegoods The numbers are in. Well… just one or two missing from vendors who don’t check their email, but that means the total figure is even higher than what was reported, which is amazing! More than 2,500 community members attended the second annual Berkshire Grown Holiday Farmers’ [...]
Bring Back the Holiday Party in 2010! The other side of Thanksgiving looks a bit daunting. Holiday shopping, meals to prepare, lists to make, cards to mail, gifts to wrap, packages to deliver. Where does the stress end and the holidays begin? You tell yourself every year that *this* will be the one when you [...]
You’ve probably seen the announcement somewhere already (we hope)… but we wanted to make sure you knew WHO was going to be there so we can make sure YOU get there. GOING LOCAL FOR THANKSGIVING There aren’t many one-stop shopping opportunities to buy all-local ingredients for your Thanksgiving dinner. In fact, it’s a rare occurrence [...]
On Monday, November 15, the Williamstown Theatre Festival will host its 2010 benefit in New York City — SING! Celebrating the Musicals of WTF. We’re excited to tell you about it because Mezze will be catering the event at the Prince George Ballroom on East 27th Street! The evening reception begins at 6:30 pm with [...]
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