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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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, [...]
Mark suggested we each do a “My Favorite Posts of 2009″ piece. Why not? Everyone else does a summary at year end. And since it coincides pretty closely with our first full year publishing Bucks County Taste, it also felt right.
So I started skimming over our articles, month-by-month, starting back in November 2008. Hmmn. [...]
I think I’ve learned something interesting in the last few months while writing for Bucks County Taste . “Local” means different things to different people.
We all tend to get very comfortable living within a pretty narrow geographical area. Grocery store, school, work, family, friends, a few local restaurants we go to over and over [...]
Another delicious weekend coming up in Bucks County. Here’s a round-up of some of the food stuff happening. Check out our online calendar, Food Events in Bucks County for more details.
Wine Concert Series at Shady Brook Farm, 6 – 9 pm, Yardley. Weather permitting. Free admission. Dogs Playing [...]
Max Hansen is “a Carversville resident who understands our mission and appreciates Bucks County’s artistic heritage,” explains Hollie Brown, the Museum’s Director of Visitor Services and Retail Operations. “Max [...]
Last month we talked with Sharon Schwartz about her evolution into a fine home chef. This month, we offer part two. Sharon talks about why she decided to “go organic,” and her favorite sources for ingredients in Bucks County. In her own words…
I started to get interested in healthy food choices when I was pregnant [...]
Slow Food Bucks County is hosting a Valentine’s Day tasting event of Kallari Chocolate, an Ecuadorian Fair Trade company that produces chocolate from the cacao they grow. The event will begin at 11:00 am on Saturday, February 14th at the Northampton Library, located at 32 Upper Holland Road, Richboro.
As Kimberly [...]
Finally, we’ve made our way through the piles of laundry, e-mail and regular mail, restocked the fridge, and have resettled into our cozy home in Wycombe. England, specifically the Cotswolds, was relaxing and fun, especially from a culinary point of view (that’s all you’re really interested in, isn’t it?). Mark decided he loves pubs and [...]
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