As it turns out, Didi Mercier and I have known each other for a long time. Something clicked when I saw her name. That’s because Didi Mercier has been making delicious, sweet things for a long time. We actually worked at an auto parts store company over 15 years ago […]Click here to read more →
It all started with drinks, chocolate drinks to be specific. Laurie Douglass got into chocolate through hot cocoa. Then it was chocolate making classes, and more classes, and, well, you know how it goes. Nine years later and a couple of states later, she’s making four kinds of hot cocoa, buttercrunch toffee, caramels, truffles and […]Click here to read more →
An addendum to our calendar post about Shad Fest. If fried stuff with stuff isn’t your idea of a healthy lunch, check out Kindle Café’s food booth at Shad Fest. Yummy, vegetarian/vegan, locally sourced food. Here’s what Chef Vince will be serving up!
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Here we are at the Bucks County Chocolate Show, sending you our devoted readership, photos and updates on the most favorite convection in the world. Yes, you might still be shaking the sleepy cobwebs from your eyes and sipping your coffee, but we’re here doing the hard work – tasting chocolates and other […]Click here to read more →
As I sit here, looking out the window at this lovely day, I wonder why I chose work that chains me to a computer. Ah, but this weekend. There is so much going on that my head is spinning. And the weather! Today, Friday, mostly sunny, with a high near 65°; Saturday, sunny, with a […]Click here to read more →
by guest blogger Rich Baringer,
Even thought the weather hasn’t been reminding us, it is springtime. And that means fresh, local veggies are starting to appear. How long we’ve waited.Click here to read more →
Check out Thursday’s article in the Intelligencer/Courier Times by Rachel Canelli about local food. Rachel interviewed me, in my role as administrator for the Bucks County Foodshed Alliance, about CSAs (community-supported-agriculture farms), community gardens and food co-operatives in Bucks County. Here’s the link to the full article.
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Things are a little quiet this weekend due to the Easter holiday. But that’s okay. Hopefully you’ll be eating some good food with family and friends.
Farmers’ Markets. If you need a couple of last minute items – including breads, pastries, cheese, sweets, eggs, spring greens and maybe even local asparagus – check out the […]Click here to read more →
A friend sent me an email to tell me that Jules Thin Crust Pizza was offering a Passover Pizza this year. This I had to check out.
Just a little background for non-Jews. In observance of the eight day holiday, Jews not only eat lots of matzah, but we also avoid any leavened products. […]Click here to read more →
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