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 […]Click here to read more →
Cross the finish line to support local food and farmers this Saturday, September 3, right through Delaware Valley University‘s scenic campus.Click here to read more →
Right here in Bucks County, 1 in 10 residents and 16% of all children (64,000 people, in total) are considered “food insecure,” meaning that they don’t have reliable access to a sufficient quality of affordable, nutritious food.
Among our friends and neighbors, there are children going to bed hungry, families torn between getting food on the […]Click here to read more →
There’s nothing like a basket of fresh picked strawberries, perfectly ripe and still warm from the sun.
This weekend, it’s all about the strawberries. So if you can’t get enough of them, pick one of these strawberry-themed events in Bucks County, and make sure you grab some to go from local farmers […]Click here to read more →
Earth Day is this Friday, April 22. Celebrate what the planet gives us by eating local food this weekend in Bucks County.
Check out local produce available from local farms, support local community restoration groups with a tasting dinner, learn how to make mead and food the way the people did in the 17th Century, and more local foodie events […]Click here to read more →
Easter is one of those holidays where everyone has a different tradition. I asked several friends what they do, and eat, for Easter Sunday. I heard glazed ham, lamb, lemon cake, and even pasta. I had a friend tell me for her Greek Easter tradition they eat what is called Mayiriritsa soup.
Whatever your traditions, […]Click here to read more →
What’s all the fuss about a Leap Year? A Leap Year is 366 days and it only comes once every four years. So let’s really enjoy the last days of February – especially February 29! Here are our picks for the weekend.Click here to read more →
The groundhog might have said that winter is on its way out, but we are feeling anything but spring outside. With the bitter cold, it’s easy to feel the February doldrums. But there are lots of things happening this week to keep you upbeat, warm and happy.
There will be a free dinner at the Click here to read more →
Wintry mix, snow, etc., etc. No worries, there are some food-filled events this week to cheer you up. Donuts, chocolate, New Orleans-styled food, and more chocolate—lots of comfort food and snacks to chase away the winter blues.
You’ve been waiting for it. You read it in our post last week, and now you have a […]Click here to read more →
It’s February 1st! And since it’s a leap year, that means there are only 28 more days left to this month. To kick it off, we found a few unique—but still food related—events for you to attend.
The Bucks County Foodshed Alliance wants to teach you how to raise chickens in your own […]Click here to read more →
Jonas the Blizzard has left us, but not without leaving mounds of snow behind. It’s going to take awhile for this to melt, so you might as well pretend it’s not even there. No sense huddling indoors waiting for the cold to go away. Get out this weekend and enjoy some end-of-January winter food events!Click here to read more →
So there’s a rumor going around. Something about a big snowstorm. Let’s hope it’s not as bad as the reports seem because there are some great events going on this weekend. But if you do want to venture out, check the websites or call before. Stay warm and safe.
1. 7th Annual Burns Night Friday, Jan. 22, […]Click here to read more →
Our first snowfall! And this weekend looks like our first real snowstorm is coming. Learn how to make warm drinks, enjoy a free dinner, or pick up something a little sweet to munch on while you look at the snow from your window.
There will be a free dinner at […]Click here to read more →
Winter isn’t coming, it’s here. Bundle up, hang out in Bucks County and pick up some food to go so you won’t go hungry (just in case there is a blizzard).
1. Grab and Go Pasta Saturday, Jan. 15, 4 – 7 pm, Stockton Fire Company, 9 Mill Street, Stockton, NJ
Pasta is one […]Click here to read more →
This past week, we’ve certainly felt Mother Nature change her mind drastically. Warm up your weekend with new food, and pick up the ingredients locally, here in Bucks County. Stop by a few community events as well for some hot and tasty breakfast and dinners.
1. Doylestown Food Market Fun & Food Friday, Jan. 8, 5 – […]Click here to read more →
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