The weather may be a little iffy this weekend but hopefully it will hold off raining. Saturday is New Hope’s 10th Annual Pride Parade (starting at noon) and I would hate for that parade to get rained on!
Farmers Markets. The Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers Market at Dvoor Farm in Flemington [...]
Oh sure. The kids get to have all the fun. There are all kinds of summer camp programs for children but what about us grown-ups? We like to pet animals too.
Here’s your chance. Fulper Family Farmstead, a fifth generation dairy farm just outside Lambertville, is hosting a weekend getaway for adults on [...]
Welcome to spring showers! Yes, we’ve been getting some much needed rain, but unfortunately it will be coming on Saturday this weekend. Mother’s Day looks good, though. Sunny and 67°. And there is plenty going on this weekend too.
Farm markets. Two markets are opening this weekend. The long-awaited Sandy Ridge Farm Market [...]
When you walk into Caffe Galleria’s new digs in Lambertville the overwhelming impression is, well, comfy. And that’s just the way Dawn Raia likes it.
Raia, chef and owner of Caffe Galleria, opened this third incarnation of her restaurant in the former parish house of the First Presbyterian Church on 23 N. Union [...]
A beautiful weekend, wine tour, beer tastings, farmers markets and strawberries. Once again, so much going on it’s hard to choose what to highlight.
If you’ve been frequenting farmers’ markets and local food events for the past few years, you may have bumped into chef Matthew Ridgway. I first heard of him through Kristin Perry of the Kitchen Potager in Ottsville. Kristin had organized a great farm-to-table dinner in September 2011 with Matthew doing the [...]
Hey. Did ya notice? Spring is here.
And, wow, is there a lot going on this week, especially this weekend. Looks like the weather will be nice too – sunny and 70°.
This weekend is a biggie. A-Day, the annual agricultural fair put on by students at Delaware Valley College begins today and [...]
It has been happening slowly but steadily. What began as “this is a good thing to do,” has now become, “this is good.” First I had to convince Mark, the big steak guy. “Isn’t it leaner and tougher?” he asked warily. But it wasn’t and we agreed, this is good.
I’m talking about buying grass-fed [...]
By this time of year, I’m yearning for local vegetables. We were recently out in San Francisco and we visited the Ferry Building Farmers’ Market. Wow. I know they are a month or two ahead of us, but, wow. Artisanal cheeses, vegetables, strawberries, oysters, baked goods, meat and porchetta sandwiches.
But…many local farmers are using [...]
Everything is getting greener and it is so welcome. Our magnolia tree is showing its pink flowers and the pear tree is doing its spring thing. And the daffodils!
There is a lot going on this week in Bucks County. Here are some of the highlights.
Doylestown will be celebrating their first Restaurant Week this [...]
The daffodils are sending up their green leaves. The crocuses are blooming. Precious little seedlings are growing in farmers’ hoop houses and green houses all over the county, soon to be transplanted into the waiting soil. I think the snow may be finally gone (fingers crossed).
And we’re taking a spring break. Lots of stuff [...]
The calendar is a little quiet this holiday week, so my post will be short. Rich Baringer, our guest blogger, has two posts about Easter food traditions – including the candy ones! – for you to enjoy. Have a very happy Easter.
If you’ve never gone, consider [...]
by guest blogger Rich Baringer,
Last year I wrote a bit about some of our long-standing Easter traditions that center around food. They are based on the religious meaning of the holiday and date from pre-Christian days.
But come on. We really know what many people think of when they [...]
Oh my. There is so much going on this week. Where to start?
Tonight. This is the last day of the New Hope-Lambertville Restaurant Week. Still plenty of good restaurants out there to give a try for only $29.95 or $19.95 prix fixe. Also, this week is the next to last week (or [...]
by guest blogger Robin Hoy, Bucks County Foodshed Alliance
Spring is here, with joyous signs of new life around Bucks County. Part of our annual Spring welcome is enjoying the classic symbol of new life – the egg. Candy eggs are one thing, but selecting eggs to dye for Easter and eat the [...]
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