Posts by: Madison Moore

Another beautiful August weekend ahead (well, maybe a little rain mixed in). What’s in store? The Grange Fair (don’t miss the Dancing Diggers), food trucks, wine events, a brewfest and even Harry Potter. Enjoy!

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What’s there to eat and drink in Bucks County this week? Ice cream, cool cocktails, lobster specials, and fresh farmers market produce — and don’t forget our end-of-summer brunch at Golden Pheasant Inn on Sunday, August 27.

Enjoy!

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National Farmers Market Week runs through August 12 this weekend, and we plan on celebrating it at the many local farmers markets scattered around Bucks County!

The Farmers Market Coalition reports that farmers markets go beyond just feeding the community. They help stimulate the local economy, preserve farmland, and promote a healthy […]

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Peaches, corn, tomatoes and fresh cocktails. And cool weather in August! Does it get any better?

What a weekend! Delightful breezes, clear blue skies…and no humidity. Our Bucks County Taste Dinner Club event at Wycombe Vineyards and the Fancy Fig Cafe this past Friday evening was amazing.

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Looking at the calendar this morning, I thought: How is it August already?!

Soon we’ll send the kiddos back to school, take those final trips down to the shore, and soak up the remainder of summer days. Until then, spend time at local farmers markets because the summer bounty of fruits and vegetables […]

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Ah, the lazy days of summer. As we drift into August this week (with some nice weather!), make sure you take the time to enjoy Bucks County and all its food delights. Go sip a summery drink by the river, take advantage of a local restaurant’s

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Sweets have always been my weakness, but lately I’ve been trying to cut back and introduce natural sweeteners into my meals. My new favorite dessert is greek yogurt, fresh (farmers market) peaches, and some sliced almonds. Serve it in a large wine glass and make it fancy!

If you’re looking to satisfy your sweet […]

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The forecast this week calls for some much-needed rain, but no need to stay huddled inside! This week we’ve got events that are perfect for an evening with friends.

Can’t bear the thought of going outside? Make something new and seasonal for dinner this week. We’ve got plenty of recipes to choose […]

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Have we reached the peak of summer yet? It sure does feel like it. It is H-O-T.

But, instead of huddling around the air conditioner this weekend, venture outdoors (briefly) for some summer food events. You can feast on seafood, explore Puerto Rican cuisine, shop for summer veggies, and cool down with some late night […]

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When it’s this hot, a cold beer, or a crisp white wine, or even a fun summer cocktail, really hits the spot.

Fortunately we’ve got lots of good, cold adult beverages in Bucks County, now more than ever (compared to five years ago…wow!). Bucks County has a beautiful wine trail and beer […]

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Over the weekend, I like to plan our meals for the upcoming week. I do this to avoid spending extra money (and to prevent myself from wandering into the nearest pizza place…).

In Bucks County this week, there are plenty of summer specials for those that want a nice meal for a reasonable price. The […]

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The summer heat has brought us some real treats! The big news this weekend is peaches, available at area farms and farmers markets, as well as tomatoes, blueberries, and greens.

Stock up on this fresh produce for the weekend and plan a Sunday cookout, or check out the other foodie events happening […]

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by guest blogger Martine Bertin-Peterson,

Zucchini, that summer garden staple is just about ready to pick — or to buy at market. We all know zucchini in its tried and true forms — zucchini bread, grilled zucchini, fried zucchini, zucchini “spaghetti” (created with the recent “hot gadget,” the spiralizer) and for the very ambitious, stuffed zucchini blossoms.

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It’s easy to list things I don’t like about July: the humidity, the heat, the stickiness, the Phillies place in the National League standings.

But here are the things I treasure about July. The night sounds of crickets and frogs, fireflies, the deep “greenness” everywhere, a bursting herb garden, pastel blue […]

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The 4th of July festivities may be over, but that doesn’t mean the fresh fruit, BBQs, and outdoor events are going away. Tired of hot dogs and hamburgers? Opt for Foodie First Friday in Doylestown or check out a new beer and restaurant spot in New Hope for some grub.

Mid-summer veggies are starting to […]

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