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By Chef Rich Baringer,

I love combining ingredients that many people don’t think as going together. I really enjoy sweet with salty or spicy. Since tomatoes still seem to be in full supply, I thought that I’d pass on this simple recipe that does just that.

It’s a salsa using fresh, ripe tomatoes and juicy […]

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By Chef Rich Baringer,

With farmers’ markets bursting with the best of Bucks County, many of us are getting our share of the great veggies grown in our area. Buying these tasty, nutritious local foods is well worth the money, but it’s always good to know how to get the most bang for your […]

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By Chef Rich Baringer,

While the calendar says it’s September, it’s still summer for a while. And even though the days of fresh watermelon are numbered, they aren’t over yet. So why not try a different way to serve watermelon?

As I’ve said in other posts, I love combining ingredients and flavors that, on […]

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By Chef Rich Baringer,

Whether you go to farmers’ markets or belong to a CSA, Swiss chard is available all season long—from spring through fall. So that leaves (pun intended) us with the question of what to do with all those greens. My old standby is simply to sauté them […]

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By Chef Rich Baringer,

Boy, I love asparagus, especially this time of year when you can find fresh, local spears that taste so good.  Asparagus is such a versatile ingredient — you can sauté it, steam it, boil it, broil it, grill it. And from each different preparation, you get different tastes and textures.

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Openings and new digs

They say that bigger isn’t always better, but sometimes it really is.

Altomonte’s, the popular Italian market and deli in Warminster and Doylestown, has moved its Doylestown store just up the road. Snuggled amongst the car dealerships (the building used to be one of the dealers) the new, […]

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Whew. The holidays are officially over and we can start focusing on other food happenings in Bucks and nearby. Are you ready?

Openings

The Sergeantsville Inn has reopened! When a terrible fire engulfed the Inn last March there was much sorrow in the community for this landmark. But now renovation is complete and the […]

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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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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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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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Guest blogger and vegetarian Sue Gordon writes for Bucks County Taste and Hunterdon County Taste on eating vegetarian in Bucks County and nearby.

by Sue Gordon,

No matter where you go in Bucks County, you’re seldom far from an elegant, upscale restaurant just waiting to dazzle your taste buds. Yet despite our culinary […]

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Veg on the road

On June 19, 2015 By

It’s summer: the time of year when people are often inspired to jump in the car or hop on an airplane and head for parts unknown. Travel is fun and exciting, and occasionally exhausting but always a learning experience. And one of the greatest joys of traveling is finding the perfect café or restaurant, […]

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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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Caleb’s American Kitchen has announced the return of last season’s popular Friend of a Farmer dinner series, held twice monthly on Thursday and Friday nights. Dinners in the Friend of the Farmer series are four course, prix-fixe, and are made using locally sourced, seasonal ingredients with menus posted online a few weeks prior […]

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