From the monthly archives: April 2017

You know what they say, April showers bring May flowers. Hopefully the forecast changes a bit because this weekend is filled with outdoor spring festivities, food festivals, and other ways to celebrate all that is good in this community.

Start off your Friday evening with Bristol’s Restaurant Week, head over to DelVal for its annual […]

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We couldn’t have asked for a better spring weekend for the holidays. Hopefully you enjoyed the nice weather as much as we did!

There are so many interesting and fun food-related events happening this week. Consider filling up on fresh tacos and Happy Hour small plates, viewing a film about saving seeds, and learning about […]

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It’s safe to say those chilly days are behind us. The sun is shining, flowers are poking up, and greens are starting to show up at area farmers markets.

This weekend, you can take full advantage of the warm weather. Just step outside and shop for all your favorite goodies at a local farmers market, sample […]

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by guest blogger, Martine Bertin-Peterson,

Maybe our local peas aren’t coming up yet, but one still yearns for them this time of year. Anything green. So here are two lovely, bright spring soups featuring the beautiful pea. Warm or chilled, either of these soups will be welcome at your table (great for the holidays too!).

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What a beautiful spring weekend that was! The nice weather is finally here, and just in time for both Passover and Easter festivities. Passover begins tonight and this weekend is Easter Sunday, so there is plenty to eat this week no matter what you celebrate.

Check out what’s happening this week, like Passover-friendly […]

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It’s a hops-filled weekend! And we’re not just talking about beer.

Kick off Friday with a nice cold brew in honor of National Beer Day (a perfect excuse to enjoy those happy hour specials), check out a new restaurant as part of Foodie First Friday. Later you can see the Easter Bunny (more hops!) but […]

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It’s one of those places that everyone knows. It has been there forever, with many owners and incarnations over the years. So it’s sad when it lies neglected and empty.

Bill Haas couldn’t agree more. That’s why he jumped at the chance to renovate and restore the Water Wheel Tavern on Old Easton Road, just […]

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What a lovely weekend! This week is filled with a few rainstorms, but you know what they say—April showers bring May flowers.

In between the rain and sun, there is plenty of spring-y events to look forward to in the coming weeks. Outdoor farm markets are reopening for the season, restaurants are opening up their […]

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This post was updated 4/3/17

I am 49 years old, and I am baking matzah for the first time in my life.

Not that baking your own matzah is a normal thing for an average Jewish-American woman to do. In fact, my mother’s response was, “Why would you want to do that?”

All my life […]

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