Join us on April 29 at the Food Bank of Western Massachusetts' A Recipe to End Hunger Gala! Edible Pioneer Valley is a media sponsor for this fantastic night.
Come out to this exciting event to help raise money for a good cause, enjoy delicious food from across the Valley, and dance the night away!
We're profiling all the chefs and restaurants who'll be giving generously of their time and talent.
Brian Alberg, Executive Chef/Vice President of Culinary Development, Main Street Hospitality Group
Why is it important to support the work of the Food Bank?
Food is a necessity that all people can’t always afford and the Food Bank helps to facilitate that everyone in need gets the opportunity to nourish themselves and their families.
What is the one reason people should come to the Gala?
To support a thoughtful and relevant cause.
What’s on the menu?
Raven and Boar Farm Pork Meatballs with Bayley Hazen Blue Cheese Hominy & Smoked Tomato Gravy…it is a “stick to your bones” comfort food that represents a range of local farms in the Berkshires and Vermont.
About Brian Alberg and Main Street Hospitality Group
Brian is the founding chair of Berkshire Farm & Table, a board member and mentor for the Railroad Street Youth Project, a board member of the Norman Rockwell Museum, and past board president and member of Berkshire Grown. He is actively involved in the Chef’s Collaborative, Boston Chefs, and the James Beard Foundation.
Main Street Hospitality Group is a hotel management company based at The Red Lion Inn, Stockbridge, Mass. Our group offers expertise in all aspects of hospitality as well as hotel development and turnaround experience. As owners and operators, we have a long history of excellence in preservation, innovation and operations. We deliver great experiences for our guests, employees and owners through an authentic approach to hospitality, service and management.