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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.

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What makes a great restaurant? A talented chef, quality ingredients, ambiance, good service, for sure. These days, however, thanks to the plethora of food shows, the spotlight shines brightly on the chef, who is supposed to be larger than life.

Ask a chef what makes an exceptional restaurant and he or she will tell you […]

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It’s been a great year for Bucks County Taste. Thanks to all the yummy things going on in the county, and to our loyal and enthusiastic readers, we have doubled our page views and audience, and celebrated our 8th anniversary.

It always gives me a thrill when someone tells me how much they love the site, and how […]

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It’s the first weekend of December and you know what that means. Time to get serious about buying holiday gifts. And there’s no better way to say, “Happy Holidays” than a bottle of wine or a handcrafted item straight out of Bucks County. This weekend, you can buy and see it all, and it’s just beginning.

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By now you’re probably sitting back after a carb-filled, delicious Thanksgiving meal—but that doesn’t mean you can’t plan for the weekend. (Here at Bucks County Taste we are always thinking about our next meal.) When the dishes are done and the in-laws have settled, take the family out to visit some local small businesses. You can […]

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1. Pairing Wine & Sushi
7 pm on Friday, July 31 at Crossing Vineyards & Winery, 1853 Wrightstown Rd, Washington Crossing, PA


Crossing Vineyards’ will treat you to a multi-course sushi tasting paired with eight of their wines, white and red, including Sauvignon Blanc, Viognier, Le Nouveau. Click here […]

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1. Bluegrass & Blueberries Festival
10 am to 6 pm on Saturday and Sunday, July 11-12 at Peddler’s Village, Lower York Road, Lahaska, PA


Just this morning, I told my mom I’d bought too many blueberries, to which she replied, “There’s no such thing as too many blueberries.” (She’s a smart […]

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From Doylestown to Silverdale to New Hope and beyond, there are so many food happenings in Bucks and nearby this month.

One of our favorite stops on the Meat Alley is Bolton’s in Silverdale, right on Route 113. Although they are best known for raising all natural turkeys year round (no […]

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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 […]

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The bad news is that Vintage Grille in Fountainville is closing on May 31. The kind-of good news is that they are going out with a bang. This coming weekend, beginning on Friday, May 29, the restaurant is offering a 3-course prix fixe “Potluck Menu” ($30). The choices will change throughout the weekend […]

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“We’re going where?” Mark said, as we crossed the parking lot on a chilly winter evening, heading towards the entrance of the ShopRite supermarket in Fairless Hills. “Um, someplace called ‘Brown’s Beer Garden’,” I said, not feeling at all sure of myself. We had been invited to a six-course beer pairing dinner. It sounded good.


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