This week’s food photo of the week goes to Manoff Market Gardens in New Hope, PA. Manoff Market Gardens has plenty of seasonal produce available, along with jams, butters, gift baskets, apple cider, and other goodies to get you ready for wintertime. Check out their Facebook page here.
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It’s happening. Winter is coming. I heard it on the news this morning, they say get ready for colder mornings and temperatures dropping below 40 degrees. We must enjoy the brisk weekends while we still can! This weekend, check out new wine from the Bucks County Wine Trail, and stop by a few local holiday […]Click here to read more →
Happy November! This exceptionally warm weather makes it feel more like April than November, but it does make for better weekend plans. Take advantage of the sunny, warm afternoons this weekend by perusing your area farmers markets. They’ll have locally grown produce like squash, cabbage, greens, onions, potatoes, broccoli, radishes and apples.
Now that it’s November, it’s […]Click here to read more →
By guest blogger Debra Wallace,
Roaming the aisles of the Newtown Pennsylvania Dutch Farmer’s Market is my definition of wall-to-wall comfort food.
Like many people, I used to just dart in one entrance, head for my favorite vendors and dart out. So I started exploring the market looking for, and easily discovering, so many hidden treasures.Click here to read more →
This warm October weather is certainly unusual, but when you live on the East Coast, you expect Mother Nature to abide by her own rules. Remember the one year it snowed near the week of Halloween?
Despite the wonky temperatures we have experienced in 2016, the harvest season for local wineries has been great. Many vineyards […]Click here to read more →
The best part about living in Bucks County (or Pennsylvania in general) is seeing the season change right before your eyes. Pumpkins appear in the patches, farmers markets are still bursting with fresh produce, and you can’t drive anywhere without seeing those colorful fall trees.
Another great part about Bucks County in the fall is […]Click here to read more →
What a beautiful day! Get a head start on your weekend because there are things to do and eat in Bucks County from Thursday until Sunday. Drink beer on historic grounds in Lansdale, check out a chef demo from one of Bucks County’s favorite BYOBs, and stop by the grand opening of a new and […]Click here to read more →
With the mini heat wave we’re about to endure, you would almost think it’s the middle of July again. The weather may have you fooled, and so will this weekend of foodie events. It’s a nice mix of autumn festivals, end-of-summer BBQs, and a few ways to celebrate the fall harvest.Click here to read more →
Welcome September! It’s Labor Day weekend, which means Bucks County is jam-packed with things to do. The weather should be clear for most of the weekend, so catch the season’s last fireworks, head to the farmers market for fresh produce, or pick-your-own grapes at a local winery.Click here to read more →
Hard to believe but August is coming to a close — and with it summer. So make the most of it and this weekend, eat breakfast with your local firefighters, sample food truck cuisine with Middle Eastern flavors, and purchase all the delicious summer produce that’s still available!Click here to read more →
Shopping local is one way you can give back to the community and support your area’s farmers. You might know that agriculture is Pennsylvania’s largest industry, but did you know that there are more than 1,000 farm markets and community farmers’ markets in the state? You’ll find Pennsylvania produce year-round, but some of the tastiest fruits and vegetables flourish in […]Click here to read more →
We think we’ve done a pretty good job at hyping up all the end-of-summer produce, and we don’t plan on stopping! This week’s farmers market report covers what’s new as well as some good tips on tomatoes—like how to cook and freeze them. As for what is available, just about everything you can grow in Bucks County […]Click here to read more →
Sorry to interrupt your day but this message is brief: You can now pick your own watermelons.
You can also buy local, fresh watermelon at certain farmers markets in the area, but at Peace Valley Winery, you can pick-your watermelons as the fields open today, August 3 at 10 am. The price is […]Click here to read more →
You see it on all the Facebook pages of local farms and farm markets: When are the blackberries? Are the pick-your-own blueberries available? When will the tomatoes be ready? Do you have any cantaloupe? Before you post all those questions, let us help out — with this week’s farmers market report.
Summer is in full swing (in case you hadn’t noticed the […]Click here to read more →
Blueberries, raspberries, cherries, oh my! And it’s July, which means the blueberries are coming in, followed by the cherries, and then raspberries.
Farmer Caleb Torrice, who with his wife, Patricia, own and farm Tabora Farms, says their blueberry crop will be more spread out this year due to the cold weather we had earlier this spring. […]Click here to read more →
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