Apple pie, caramel apples, pumpkin and cinnamon, cranberry, butternut squash — these are just some of the iconic fall flavors that we crave so much. Forget about all the pumpkin spice hype, there are plenty of tasty fall specials and desserts to try.
We’ve compiled a local list of 16 spots where you can find all your […]Click here to read more →
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.Click here to read more →
Note: We update this list every year, but if we’ve missed your favorite ice cream stand, do let us know.
Everyone has their favorite ice cream place. Usually it’s local, and maybe because it’s associated with sweetness and warm summer evenings, people tend to be fiercely loyal.
That’s why we are not going to rate […]Click here to read more →
The groundhog might have said that winter is on its way out, but we are feeling anything but spring outside. With the bitter cold, it’s easy to feel the February doldrums. But there are lots of things happening this week to keep you upbeat, warm and happy.
There will be a free dinner at the Click here to read more →
Every now and then I meet someone who says, in a very matter of fact way, that they don’t like chocolate. I always have the same reaction: stunned and puzzled. I usually have to stop myself from saying, “You’ve got to be kidding. Really? Really??”
But if you are not one of those kind of people, […]Click here to read more →
Our first snowfall! And this weekend looks like our first real snowstorm is coming. Learn how to make warm drinks, enjoy a free dinner, or pick up something a little sweet to munch on while you look at the snow from your window.
There will be a free dinner at […]Click here to read more →
It’s a week of last-minute shopping to make sure the holiday parties are ready to go. If you’re looking for additions to the party you’re hosting or maybe you just want some food for the week so you don’t have to cook, any of these places will do. It’s the busiest week for a […]Click here to read more →
Friday, May 8, 6 pm to 10 pm
Bucks County Brewery, 31 Appletree Lane, Pipersville, PA
Picture this: sitting at picnic tables, eating some barbecue ribs, washing them down with craft brews to the sound of live music, the 80° […]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 →
Saturday & Sunday, May 2 & 3, 10 am – 6 pm
Peddler’s Village, Routes 202 & 263, Lahaska, PA
Strawberries take center stage at Peddler’s Village’s annual Strawberry Festival. Try the berry dipped in chocolate, in assorted pastries and shortcake, jams, fritters, or just […]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 →
“Grant me the serenity to accept the things I can’t change, change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.” – the Serenity Prayer.
Anybody else need that reminder with the relentless last hurrah of winter Mother Nature is throwing our way? It stinks, for sure. But be wise: […]Click here to read more →
Last night I had the pleasure of eating, drinking and tasting some of the best locally produced food in Bucks County. For those of you who saw my Instagram posts you may have been thinking, “She’s where? Superior Woodcraft in Doylestown? What does that have to do with local food?”
Once a year, for the […]Click here to read more →
This is the last week of February, or for winter-haters like me, the worst month. The last full month of winter will end with a ton to do, so pull out your calendars and get ready to carve out your schedule. On the menu? Bake sales, networking events, dinners, documentaries, fundraisers, parties, and Lahaska’s […]Click here to read more →
Lots of changes going on in Bucks and nearby—openings, closings, new menus, construction, and even, Uzbek cuisine.
Welcome Angelina’s Princess of Pies. This New York style pizzeria just opened in January in Warminster. In addition to all the usual yummy stuff, they are offering SIX types of gourmet egg rolls (Cheese Steak, Reuben, Cuban, Buffalo Chicken, Pizza, Grilled […]Click here to read more →
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