From the monthly archives: March 2016

We have a confession to make. Bucks County isn’t the best place to eat and dine.

April Fools! Well, technically April Fools day is tomorrow, but I am looking forward to pranking people. Have you ever done a really crazy April Fools day prank? One time, I had my friend call my dad pretending he […]

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I have a bumper sticker on my car that asks, “Who’s Your Farmer?” so I decided to begin a series of articles profiling our local farmers. Meet Amber Parise of Rising Hill Farm.

The past ten years—the last five in particular—has seen a large influx of young farmers in Bucks County. They are passionate about growing healthy, fresh food […]

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One hundred thousand square feet of local food, local beer, wine and spirits, and classes on everything from cheese making to how to stuff a sausage. Are you coming?

On Sunday, April 10, Philly Farm & Food Fest (PF3) will return with their biggest and best line-up ever. More than 130 exhibitors […]

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Easter is one of those holidays where everyone has a different tradition. I asked several friends what they do, and eat, for Easter Sunday. I heard glazed ham, lamb, lemon cake, and even pasta. I had a friend tell me for her Greek Easter tradition they eat what is called Mayiriritsa soup.

Whatever your traditions, […]

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Sometimes I really can’t believe how fast time goes. How is it possible that it’s almost Friday and this weekend is Easter Sunday? For some families, Easter is a great time to get together and celebrate old traditions.

But in between all the reuniting, egg hunts, and baked goodies, there are a few other things […]

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By guest blogger Wendy Yurgosky, Certified Holistic Health Counselor,

Easter is time for traditions and family. One of my favorite family traditions is to make kolache.

The funny thing about growing up Czech is that foods seemed to be spelled differently every time you turn around. For example, kolache is also spelled kolachi, kolach, kolace, […]

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I’ve recently been stepping up my kitchen game. Spring is a time for good produce, fresh recipes, and getting out of the winter rut. And you can find real inspiration from eating at one of your favorite local restaurants.

Every time I go out to eat, and I have a good dish, I make a mental note to […]

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This weekend, we’ve got some typical March weather. Although it feels like spring now, the daffodils are in for a shock — it looks like we may get some snow Sunday night (yuck). But don’t let it get you down. Forge ahead.

It’s almost time for Easter which means plenty of time with the Easter Bunny, sweet […]

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The crocuses are popping up, the forsythia are starting to burst and the daffodils are getting ready . It can only mean one thing. Saint Patrick’s Day is approaching!

Those who are truly Irish tell me that yes, it is a great day to drink. More importantly, it’s about getting together with family and taking a minute to appreciate one’s heritage. Raise […]

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Want to go out for Easter this year? Bucks is full of restaurants offering lovely brunches and dinners for the holiday. And we’re not just talking ham. There is some very creative and delicious food being offered out there. Peruse the choices below and click-through to the menus where available.

Easter is Sunday, March 27 this […]

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By guest blogger Chef Kelly Unger, The Rooster & The Carrot,

March is National Noodle Month and today, March 11, is Eat Your Noodles Day!

March is also a challenging month for finding local produce (other than root vegetables and some hardy greens). Luckily, Pennsylvania mushrooms are always available and can be […]

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The sun is shining, the birds are singing—it’s finally smelling like spring. What a wonderful weekend it will be, because not only is the weather looking good, it’s a weekend filled with food events. Enjoy a lobster feast, sample a seven course meal, or pick up some local wines for a weekend of lounging in the […]

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Openings and new digs

They say that bigger isn’t always better, but sometimes it really is.

Altomonte’s, the popular Italian market and deli in Warminster and Doylestown, has moved its Doylestown store just up the road. Snuggled amongst the car dealerships (the building used to be one of the dealers) the new, […]

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It’s that time again. Local towns are bringing back their “restaurant weeks” so they can showcase their
variety of eateries and bring new (and returning) customers to the town. This March is just bustling with restaurant weeks, so we compiled a list of where to dine and what specials you’ll find.

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I’d say everyone has a little case of spring fever. Stop teasing us Mother Nature and get on with the good weather, please? Good thing you can have some tastes of the spring season in Bucks County this week. Try a beer dinner, sample some Irish specials, or slurp some oysters. Hopefully this will keep us all […]

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