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Updated 2/21/17

I decided several years ago that Bucks County folks needed to know where to go to get good meat—locally. Not from a supermarket, but from some of the great butchers and farms right here. So here is a post on where you can find locally raised, locally butchered good meat. Click on […]

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Breakfast in Bucks

On January 3, 2017 By

This post was updated 1/3/2017. Thanks for all your recommendations!

Ask friends to suggest their favorite breakfast place and the recommendations come pouring out like hot coffee on a busy Saturday morning. The passion and loyalty is intense as well. At the risk of treading on dangerous ground(s), I picked a couple of […]

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This week’s food photo of the week goes to Manoff Market Gardens in New Hope, PA. Manoff Market Gardens has plenty of seasonal produce available, along with jams, butters, gift baskets, apple cider, and other goodies to get you ready for wintertime. Check out their Facebook page here.


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It’s quite possible Melissa Matarese is the living embodiment of Mother Nature herself.

Matarese, a Doylestown resident, runs Mesa Lifestyle, a business that focuses on “empowering and awakening the inner teacher through art, yoga and nature immersion.” She also teaches yoga classes at Delaware Valley University and at Bucks […]

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My mouth is already watering thinking about some of the traditional Thanksgiving sides I get to eat this year. For me, the holiday was always about reflecting on health and family. Before we ate, we would go around the table and share a few things that we were thankful for, and then gorge on the […]

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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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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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Breakfast for Dinner. Spinnerstown Hotel has a beer dinner scheduled, but with a twist: they’re serving breakfast! Join them for their Allagash Beer Dinner this Thursday, February 19, from 7 to 9 pm. Start off with Session Brett Ale before digging in to the first course—cream chipped beef and grilled cheese with a […]

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Who’s going to let a little winter get in the way of having fun? The calendar is chock full of great foodie events this week. Here are some of the highlights.

Oysters and charcuterie, two of my favorite food groups, are coming together at the Pass in Rosemont. Every Sunday, […]

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Do you love bacon? How about beer? How about bacon and beer?

Then you’ll want to come to the 1st Annual Bucks Bacon & Beer on Sunday, March 23, 2014, from 1 – 4 pm.

The event, co-sponsored by Bucks County Taste and Triumph Brewing Company, will feature […]

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I think I will skip talking about the weather and just move on. Is that okay with you?

Be my valentine. It’s Valentine’s Day this Friday and all weekend. Hopefully you’ll be able to get out and about. If not, snuggle in. There are many restaurants doing special dinners and prix fixe. Here’s just a […]

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Growing shiitake mushrooms

On February 10, 2014 By

I first encountered shiitake mushrooms at my brother’s wedding in 1983. Although he and his bride lived in the San Francisco area, the wedding was in Detroit, her home town.

At the time, Rob was the chef at the Bay’s top French restaurant, Narsai’s. Of course, he created the menu for […]

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Wine and food pairing. Whiskey and food pairing. But tea and food pairing? You bet.

Choosing the right tea to pair with a meal is an art. The subtle flavors and aroma of a tea need to enhance the food, but not overpower it. Kathy Heck, owner of The Talking Teacup, understands this […]

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I think there’s a football game or something this weekend? Never mind, Bucks County Taste has you covered.

Bring on the wings and BBQ. Looking for something different from your typical chips and dips for Sunday night’s game? I’ve updated our previous post on where to get barbecue in Bucks […]

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Blooming Glen is one of those Bucks County villages you could easily miss as you travel west on Route 113. Cows grazing, an auto repair shop, a few offices and some modest Victorian homes.

But don’t blink. Blooming Glen has three special food spots. Pasqualina’s, an Italian deli and market,

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