From the monthly archives: July 2011

Another hot but beautiful week ahead. What’s there to eat in Bucks County?

The Bucks County Foodshed Alliance will host their third Summer Farm Tour this coming Wednesday, August 3rd at Shady Brook Farm in Yardley. These farm tours have become very popular – and delicious. The first one at

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Don’t hate us. We spent last evening eating five wonderful barbecue courses, each paired with a fine, small batch or single barrel Bourbon (NOT Jack Daniels – the good stuff). The highlight of the evening? Besides the brisket, which I loved, Mark won a blind test where he had to identify by smell each of […]

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On our way to Bourbon BBQ at Earl’s. Rain, rain go away…for a few hours.

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Just got the latest installment of Canal House Cooking, the seasonal cookbook series by Melissa Hamilton and Christopher Hirsheimer. Yum. A feast indeed for both the eyes and the stomach. Beautiful, luscious photography and simple, enticing recipes. (To learn more about Canal House Cooking, see our previous post.)

This new edition is a […]

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The taste of summer

On July 27, 2011 By

There are lots of things to like about this time of year. Nice weather (recent 100 degree days excluded), baseball, summer vacations, fresh veggies and herbs from the garden. In my mind, though, the true taste of summer is a fresh, ripe, juicy tomato.

Give me a shaker of […]

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Where do you like to eat breakfast in Bucks (& nearby)? If it’s not on the list, we’ll add it

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Let’s not even go there. I am so sick of talking, thinking, feeling and expressing myself about this “lovely” weather. Onward!

The vegetables seem to be enjoying the weather, although we do very much need rain. Tomatoes are showing up, all blushing and red. Corn abounds. Peaches, nectarines, plums, apricots. And you’ll also find at […]

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Sweet corn is here!

On July 19, 2011 By

It’s been slowly popping up – for sale – here and there, but I’ve heard from some of the major farms that it’s “in.” Shady Brook Farm in Yardley (and at The Market at Del Val),¬† None Such Farm in Buckingham, Solly’s Farm in Ivyland, and

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