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 Click here to read more →
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 […]Click here to read more →
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 […]Click here to read more →
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 […]Click here to read more →
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.
by […]Click here to read more →
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 […]Click here to read more →
I had to get out of the house. That’s what happens when you work from home. “I’m just running out to get a few things,” I told Mark and the dogs. “I shouldn’t be long.” Mark smiles, thinking, “Ri-i-ight.”
Really, I was just going to get some strawberries at Fairview Farms around the corner, stop […]Click here to read more →
Salad is not high on my list of favorite things.
I can think of literally hundreds of other foods
That I would much rather eat besides a bowl of leafy greens;
But come late spring,
When the first strawberries make their appearance
At the farmers’ market,
Right […]Click here to read more →
Being as my birthday is only a few days before the Kentucky Derby, I’m usually completely unaware of this popular horse race. Typically, I mention doing something on that day with a friend and they’ll say, “Oh, but it’s Derby Day!” Right. Really?
But I have finally realized that a lot of folks enjoy celebrating the […]Click here to read more →
Lynne, the wonderful woman behind this website, and I are both fighting colds. We’ve both turned to our own Hot Toddy recipe for comfort (it just goes to show that we only post what we can back up). If you’ve got the early spring sniffles, too, we recommend it. Find […]Click here to read more →
About this time last year, I sat surrounded by tissues, with a headache pounding in my head, unable to smell, breathe very well, or think. I was so utterly defeated by the common cold that the thought of heading out into the frigid weather to pick up over-the-counter cough syrup filled me with dread.
I […]Click here to read more →
by guest blogger Kelly Madey,
Santa has a serious sweet tooth,
But even he gets tired of eating all those cookies on Christmas Eve;
Chocolate chip, snickerdoodle, gingerbread…..
By the time he reaches Pennsylvania,
That jolly old elf is pretty much all cookie’d out;
So this year, […]Click here to read more →
by guest blogger Wendy Yurgosky, Holistic Health Counselor,
Is there anything better on a blustery fall day than a warm pie with a flaky crust that crumbles as it yields to your fork? My mouth is watering just thinking about it. The only disturbing thought that muddies this idyllic image is the stomach discomfort […]Click here to read more →
In this series, local chefs give us their favorite recipes, full of fresh, seasonal ingredients. Here’s a great one for your Thanksgiving table.
By Executive Chef Bill Murphy, Earl’s Bucks County, Peddler’s Village
The key to taking simple dishes and making them rock is using locally grown, quality ingredients. We’re lucky to live here in […]Click here to read more →
In this series, local chefs give us their favorite recipes, full of fresh, seasonal ingredients, just in time for the weekend.
By Chefs Blake Faure & Jon Ramsey, The Golden Pheasant Inn,
As the seasons turn, so do we at the Golden Pheasant Inn turn to our local farms for the best ingredients, be […]Click here to read more →
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