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Kringle Farm Table Bernardston, Ma
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The hubs and I drive 2 hours (from NY, we cut through Vermont and go south) and sister and BIL drive an equal distance from the Boston area to meet for lunch and to "pass off" my mom for her visits to us. We chose a new place this time (last experience with the 99 was not good ) in a remote little town called Bernardston, Mass......and just check out this menu!!

Huge selection of gluten-free items and I questioned their prep method.

They " get it." Food was fabulous, fresh and filling. (that's a lot of Fs)

Here is the funny part.... BIL reads the part about "gluten free bread add $1.00" and add more $$ for the gluten-free pizza too...and he says to me --earnestly--"That's not right! It should be cheaper, 'cause they're taking something out, right?"

Makes sense to me. :D

well, if you're ever in Western Mass....eat here.

PS they also have a giant Christmas barn, full of decorated Christmas trees, ornaments, etc...a BIG separate candle store and a chocolate factory. I did not get to see those last 2 as we still had to drive back home.

It's like a little "compound" unto itself. ...and the buses were pulling up as we were leaving...apparently, it's a day out for the seniors. j

Just a suggestion for travelers.

http://www.kringlefarmtable.com/Menu.html

website:

http://www.kringlefarmtable.com/Home.html

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I wish I could, K.

They offered us a "birthday treat" (my BIL, my sister and I all have a B day this week--she is 63, he is 59 and I am... 39)

I was too FULL from the squash soup and the salad with toasted pecans, blue cheese, grilled chicken.

I would have had the macaroons. Maybe next week, when we pass her back :)

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Thanks for posting this - I'm only an hour away, but had never heard of it. I'll be checking it out soon!

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