From the monthly archives: November 2016

This week’s food photo of the week goes to Manoff Market Gardens in New Hope, PA. Manoff Market Gardens has plenty of seasonal produce available, along with jams, butters, gift baskets, apple cider, and other goodies to get you ready for wintertime. Check out their Facebook page here.

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Just like that, Thanksgiving has come and gone—well, some of it remains, if my bathroom scale is any indication. We hope your bellies were filled with good Thanksgiving food all week long, and that you were able to stretch those leftovers through the weekend.

One major holiday down, several to come. December is just around the […]

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Bet you thought we weren’t going to have a list of things for you to do this weekend! Despite all of the turkey we gobbled down, we managed to round-up a few fun activities for you to enjoy.

And don’t forget, although the post-Thanksgiving weekend is often all about shopping, it’s important to keep it […]

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It’s quite possible Melissa Matarese is the living embodiment of Mother Nature herself.

Matarese, a Doylestown resident, runs Mesa Lifestyle, a business that focuses on “empowering and awakening the inner teacher through art, yoga and nature immersion.” She also teaches yoga classes at Delaware Valley University and at Bucks […]

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My mouth is already watering thinking about some of the traditional Thanksgiving sides I get to eat this year. For me, the holiday was always about reflecting on health and family. Before we ate, we would go around the table and share a few things that we were thankful for, and then gorge on the […]

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Time is of the essence. If you are planning a Thanksgiving dinner, or you’re headed to someone’s house this year, you only have a few more days to plan dishes and pick up ingredients.

In between all the last-minute shopping, take time to hang out in Bucks County. Grab a pasta dinner […]

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by guest blogger, Martine Bertin-Peterson,

As the weather gets cooler, my go-to dinner is often a hearty soup and a winter salad.

Sturdy vegetables available in the late fall and winter such as squash, root vegetables, broccoli and cauliflower often combined with dried legumes and mushrooms lend themselves to a slow simmer […]

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You can feel the hustle and bustle of the holiday season approaching. Black Friday sales are already being promoted, and families are gearing up for Thanksgiving dinner. Is it too early to start thinking of what appetizers I’m going to make for New Year’s Eve?

This week, take some time to de-stress with […]

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If you have a veteran, active service member or military personnel in your family or social circle, show them how much you appreciate their support by taking them out for a good meal. This Veteran’s Day, there are plenty of local places where vets and military members can get major discounts and free […]

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It’s happening. Winter is coming. I heard it on the news this morning, they say get ready for colder mornings and temperatures dropping below 40 degrees. We must enjoy the brisk weekends while we still can! This weekend, check out new wine from the Bucks County Wine Trail, and stop by a few local holiday […]

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November has started off quite nice. Sunny days, chilly nights, and plenty of seasonal treats (at least 16!) to go around. This week, check out some new fall menus, sip autumn cocktails, and learn about returning vets who have become farmers. And Thanksgiving, is right around the corner. Check out our

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This weekend, whiskey drinkers are in luck.

Local distillery Dad’s Hat Pennsylvania Rye is releasing their first Bottled-in-Bond rye whiskey this Saturday, November 5 at 8 am at their distillery in Bristol, PA. What’s so special about Bottled-in-Bond whiskey, you ask?

First, the liquor must be the […]

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Happy November! This exceptionally warm weather makes it feel more like April than November, but it does make for better weekend plans. Take advantage of the sunny, warm afternoons this weekend by perusing your area farmers markets. They’ll have locally grown produce like squash, cabbage, greens, onions, potatoes, broccoli, radishes and apples.

Now that it’s November, it’s […]

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Can’t face the hot kitchen, pulling out the nice dishes and the clean up afterwards? Here’s a thought. Why not suggest to all that Thanksgiving is “out” this year.

In Bucks County and surrounding areas there are SO many restaurants offering great Thanksgiving meals. Here’s an extensive list we’ve prepared for you (so you can do […]

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Tired of those nasty frozen supermarket turkeys? Here’s a list of local farms, markets and caterers that can get a fresh turkey on your table this Thanksgiving. Many also offer sides and other full meal options updated for 2016.

How much turkey should you order? A good rule of thumb is 1 pound per […]

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