One of Mark’s most favorite things is eating grilled meat. Brazilian restaurants are therefore one of his favorite places to go. Until now, we’ve had to trek up to Newark’s Ironbound District to do so – not a great hardship, but a haul nonetheless.
Believe it or not, I really am supposed to surf the web for my job. And I came across two drink recipes that just tickled my fancy, so I thought I’d share them.
The first is for Smoked Lemonade from Slashfood on AOL Food. Blogger Kat Kinsman gives a recipe for smoking lemons [...]
By guest blogger Emily Trostle
Reasonably priced food? Beer that is brewed on-site to complement the menu? I’m there. And the Porterhouse Restaurant and Brew Pub in Lahaska fits the bill.
The beer vats are the first thing you see as you step into this cozy restaurant. Coming around the corner into [...]
Actually, no. It turns out that May is National Barbecue Month. I guess there was some other major event being celebrated on July 4th so they decided it wouldn’t be appropriate.
Not many major food events happening this weekend but that’s okay. It seems an American tradition to have cook-outs on July 4th with family [...]
One Saturday this past May, we struck out with our friends, Sharon and Mark, to attend the 2nd Annual Breakfast on the Bridge in Perkasie, run by the Bucks County Covered Bridge Society.
One of the benefits of maintaining our calendar of Food Events in Bucks County is that I [...]
There was a persistent brightness in the sky today. I think it’s called “sun.” And there is brightness in the forecast for this weekend, although with some clouds and occasional thunderstorms. Be not intimidated. Go forth, eat and drink, and enjoy the bounty of Bucks County.
Lots of stuff going on, more than we can [...]
Alas, the strawberry season is coming to a close but that can only mean one thing…blueberries are coming! And while the rain certainly made a mess of the strawberry harvest this year, apparently it’s done the blueberry crop good, according to an article in the Pressof AtlanticCity.com. Blueberries are much larger and plumper [...]
Early summer has presented us with many bounties. Greens, certainly, and now, for the first time this season, squash flowers appeared at the farmers’ market. So here’s a couple of recipes to get you cooking.
The first is one I’ve been dying to try out. Sharon Schwartz recommended it from the cookbook
Even more tedious than the constant rain is talking about the constant rain. So, with a typical summer forecast for this weekend – chance of thunderstorms – let’s move on.
Time to take Dad out for some fun this weekend – and food and wine. There are three venues doing wine-related events this weekend. On [...]
Catch the latest “Where’s the best…?” contest run by Glen Macnow, sports broadcaster on WIP. This year – hoagies. And who came in number 7? Pallante’s in Richboro. They had to come all the way out to beautiful Bucks County (but South Jersey doesn’t seem far? Hmmpf!). Here’s Glen’s description of the Pallante [...]
I first met Karen McGinn over a bowl of soup. Well, several bowls of soup, to be precise. I attended a cooking demonstration last March hosted by Network Now. You could say that Karen was the main act. She cooked, we watched, we ate and we drank. It worked on so many levels, [...]
I have traveled far and wide, to exotic places like California, Missouri and, even New Jersey, and I have seen alcoholic beverages sold in supermarkets. Yes, yes, it’s true. And, now, here in Pennsylvania we can see it too.
This is what they call a British summer. Rain, cool temperatures, with the sun popping out every now and then just to tease you. The really annoying part is that according to my sister, England is getting our summer weather right now. It’s just not fair. Even the farmers are getting tired of this weather.
It’s a little soggy right now out in our local strawberry fields but the next week or so may be your last chance to eat these wonderful strawberries so get out there as soon as the sun pops back out.
We stopped by Shady Brook Farm on Sunday and I picked up their flyer, “Tips [...]
If you think following good tea time manners is difficult (“pinky up!”), try doing it when you need your hands to “chat.” That’s what a group of high school students from the New Jersey School for the Deaf learned when they visited the Talking Teacup in New Britain recently.
You’ll find [...]
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