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The Berkshires

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I"ve been eating a Nudel in Lenox, MA for the past 2 years. And each and every time it is excellent and provocative. Tonite I said to Bjorn Samlo the chef, I'd like a small dish tasting menu. Here are the courses:Mighty Food Farm Roasted Beets, grapefruit, black pepper and Rawson Brook chevre...carrot risotto, radish, cheddar and more carrot....lamb pastrami, pikckles, cabbage and mustard and to finish a charred octopus taco, almond romesco, tortilla and hominy stuffing, roasted onions..

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Brix in Pittsfield- small storefront filled with a mix of local hipsters, families and tourists. Tasting flights of red or white wine, simple French bistro fare, it's a great find for the area.

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