Here chick, chick, chick. Did you know you can “rent” a couple of small chicks for Easter here in Bucks County? Ya gotta love it. The Happy Farm up in Kintersville does this every year. Here’s how it works: come to the farm at 1911 Gallows Hill Road on April 6th, 7th [...]
The Wycombe Inn, which reopened two years ago as the Wycombe Pub & Grill, closed in December. We were bummed because it is SO local for us and their chicken wings were the best. But word is it has been sold, or at least will be if all goes as planned in early April. The [...]
Whether or not you are Irish, you can still enjoy the St. Patrick’s Day celebrations at many local restaurants and bars. Triumph Brewing Company in New Hope will hold their annual Irish Fest this Saturday from noon until closing. There [...]
The New Hope & Lambertville Restaurant Week begins this Sunday, March 18 and continues through Friday, March 23. This year, 28 restaurants will participate in the week-long promotion of either a fine dining $29.95 prix-fixe dinner or a casual dining $19.95 prix-fixe dinner. It’s a great opportunity to try some new restaurants or go back [...]
I’m craving real green this time of year and Spring is still not quite here. So I popped into some local greenhouses – Milk House Farm Market in Upper Makefield Township and Blue Moon Acres in Buckingham – to take in some beautiful edible greens.
You can buy these greens at [...]
Daffodils. Crocuses. Snowdrops. Oh my! Is it just me or is Spring so much earlier this year?
I’ve been having fun this week visiting some nearby greenhouses that grow edible greens year round. I’ll post the pictures in the next few days. Wow. So green and so delicious. Thanks to Milk House Farm Market and [...]
If you’re like me, I start to crave fresh vegetables this time of year. While we are still some months away from our local growing season, it’s a good time to join up with a community supported agriculture (CSA) farm. Here’s some general information and a list of CSAs that still have shares available.
March is a weird month, no? February is gone, and there’s the cheery feeling of one more winter month down. Ah, but what is March? Not really spring and not officially winter – but still capable of producing winter storms. Or dreary cold days (sigh). A tease, really.
And we’ll be getting some of that [...]
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