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I am retired, an Episcopal priest, still serving part-time, supplying in churches as needed. My favorite activities are reading, cooking, knitting, spinning, weaving and dyeing yarn. I have a small flock of shetland sheep, and use their wool for some of my handspun yarn.
I love all kinds of food, and I enjoy the many ethnic restaurants here in Western MA. I have enjoyed cooking dishes from Asia, Europe, and some from from South America and the Middle East. And plain old traditional American is pretty high on my list as well. If you are ever on Rt. 2 (The Mohawk Trail) in Western MA, There is some good eating in Shelburne Falls. On Bridge St., Cafe Martin is a wonderful restaurant. We eat there often. Their bruschetta is delicious, and their flourless chocolate cake is heavenly. The same owner also runs the West End Pub just across the bridge on State Street which has good pub fare. At the other end of Bridge Street is the Gypsy Apple, with New York City quality cooking. His menu prices are higher, but the food is really superb. We eat there on special occasions.