Despite the nasty weekend weather we had, spring IS here. And that means the Bucks County Food Calendar is filling up fast with lots of great foodie events. Check out what’s happening in Bucks County this week, like the annual Taste of Doylestown event, a tasty game dinner with wine, and beer from a well-known […]Click here to read more →
One hundred thousand square feet of local food, local beer, wine and spirits, and classes on everything from cheese making to how to stuff a sausage. Are you coming?Click here to read more →
Well, that was certainly a blizzard. Now that we’ve shoveled out our cars and driveways, we can get back to enjoying some great food events this week. Sip on wine, eat some pizza, and pray to the snow Gods that this doesn’t happen again any time soon.
On Tuesday, January 26, join in The After Party 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 →
The holiday season is coming to an end and it’s hard to believe that 2016 is right around the corner. Whether you are dining out—or in—for your New Year’s Eve celebration, here are some great ideas.
If you still haven’t found the perfect place to go out for New Year’s Eve, here’s a few more […]Click here to read more →
In between buying gifts for family and friends, I find myself looking at things to add to my kitchen. Jams and sweets are a big favorite of mine, and I am endlessly pleased at the selection of local goodies in Bucks County. The stores in the area have lots for the holidays, and in […]Click here to read more →
Are you getting sad that October is almost over? Don’t be down yet because there is still time to enjoy the season before it gets too cold. And even if it gets cold, we all know that won’t stop Bucks County from staying active and giving us some festive events throughout any weather, season, or […]Click here to read more →
Running through Delaware Valley University’s beautiful campus is a pastime for students and community members from all over Bucks County. The campus is the perfect place for a stroll or to walk the dog, and on Saturday October 3, 2015, it will be where the Bucks County Foodshed Alliance (BCFA) and the Bucks […]Click here to read more →
by guest blogger, Chef Rich Baringer,
J. Ryman Maxwell believes in the power of “local.” As owner of Perkasie’s popular Down to Earth Café, Ryman has joined in the growing locavore movement by building his café menu around all the great meats, vegetables and other ingredients available in Bucks County.
When […]Click here to read more →
There are over four dozen roads and streets in Bucks County with the word “mill” in their names: Mill Creek, Mill Pond, Mill Valley, Millbrook and Mill Road (over two dozen alone) to name a few. But in fact there haven’t been any active grain mills in the county for decades. Until now.
Mark and […]Click here to read more →
What do you think the “don’t miss” food experiences are in Bucks County and nearby? A delicious burger, a delightful cocktail, a perfect view? Or how about the “feel” of the place, and the way the bartender or wait staff know you, and what you like. What are your favorite experiences and places to go […]Click here to read more →
by guest blogger Rich Baringer
The first thing that you notice when walking into J. Scones bakery in Doylestown is the incredible aroma. It’s just how a good bakery should smell. All sorts of scents hit you—chocolate, fruit and that good old “baked goods smell.”
Once your knees stop wobbling […]Click here to read more →
Beginning May 8th, Crossroads Bake Shop will be selling their delicious bread and baked goods at the Stockton Farmers’ Market. For all you New Jersey folks who may not be familiar with this well-known and much-loved bakery in Doylestown – oh, are you in for a treat!
Marcia Durgin, co-owner and […]Click here to read more →
by guest blogger Susan Sprague Yeske
Forget that old saw about there being no such thing as a free lunch.
Each Wednesday at Centenary United Methodist Church in Lambertville, NJ, more than 100 people dine on a lunch provided by the church for anyone who wants to come.
The lunch is free, […]Click here to read more →
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