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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

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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 – […]

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By Chef Rich Baringer,

Butternut squash has become a pretty trendy vegetable, showing up in lots of recipes. And for good reason.

It’s delicious and versatile. Butternut squash can be roasted and boiled and sautéed and steamed and mashed. You can pair it with sweet or savory flavors in soups and pasta dishes and desserts. You can […]

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This week, many restaurants are focused on Thanksgiving (see where you can dine out here) and our guess is you’re probably busy getting ready for the big holiday too. When you’re done picking up last-minute items, consider giving back to the community to help the hungry, or plan to do so in the near future. […]

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By Chef Rich Baringer,

I know.  The last thing you want to see now is another pumpkin recipe.  But this isn’t one of those “pumpkin spice” recipes that seem to be everywhere this time of year.  This is something different.

It may sound a little odd, but all the flavors work great together–sweetness and creaminess […]

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By Chef Rich Baringer,

I see acorn squash as sort of the black sheep of the winter squash family.  Butternut is sweeter.  Delicata is less fibrous.  Kabocha and pumpkins make better pies.  But what acorn squash has going for it is its shape — it’s a perfect receptacle for all sorts of things that […]

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by guest blogger Laura Brandt,

How this unassuming, pale vegetable “dresses up” for dinner.

Cauliflower may be a forgotten vegetable, but it really shouldn’t be. This crunchy white crucifer packs a nutritional punch of vitamins and antioxidants, and shows promise as a cancer-deterrent.

But when it comes to flavor, boiled or steamed cauliflower is—let’s be honest—lacking. […]

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By Chef Rich Baringer,

Well, we’ve just about gotten to the end of tomato season—although with lots of sunshine this week, we should have some for a little while longer.

But once they’re finished, there’s no need to forget about them. There are always plenty of tomatoes on the vine that never get to […]

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By Chef Rich Baringer,

We had a picnic at our place recently and as I was deciding on what to make, I remembered that I had a bunch of tomatillos in the fridge from Blooming Glen Farm.  (They last a long time in the refrigerator.)

For those who aren’t familiar with them, tomatillos […]

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By Chef Rich Baringer

In my newsletter last month, I wrote an article about what I call the Summer Trinity—three foods that epitomize summer for me: sweet corn, peaches and tomatoes. Nothing makes me think of summer more than the taste of these foods freshly picked. This recipe—a simple and tasty one from

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By Chef Rich Baringer

I love combining flavors that don’t always seem to go together–especially sweet and spicy.  If you’ve ever had chocolate with hot pepper you know what I’m talking about. There’s just something about those two tastes together that does something to your taste buds.

Well, here’s a recipe that will satisfy […]

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The corn this year – like the peaches – has been awesome. I haven’t tasted mediocre corn yet. I’m trying to work my way around to all the farms, but hey, it’s putting the weight on. And Mark is still trying to do low-carb (I gave it up in the face of all these delicious summer […]

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One of the best things about summer is the leisurely pace. As the heat picks up, the days seem to slow down, bringing with them a sense of relaxation. This week’s food events match that leisurely pace. There’s nothing out of the ordinary on the calendar for Monday through Friday… just the usual. But the […]

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You’ve driven past them, maybe even seen them in the woods. Think about it. Grape leaves. Guest contributor Wendy Yurgosky, who loves foraging on her property in Hunterdon County, gives us a primer on grape leaves and how to make your own stuffed grape leaves, or as the Greek call them, Dolmades.

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We hope you had a great Independence Day weekend. Now, it’s back to the grind… but the fun doesn’t have to end completely. This week is low-key, which is good if you had a little too much fun over the weekend, but there are still great things to do if you want to let the […]

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