If you’ve lived in Pennsylvania, it’s safe to say there is a good chance you have picked your own produce at one point. Hopefully you’ve had the pleasure of picking strawberries, straight from the vine after a long day in the sun. I remember being able to bike from my house all the way to Brumbaugh’s Farm […]Click here to read more →
Don’t start stressing out about the holiday just yet. Although everyone is gearing up for Thanksgiving and family time, there are still a few things to check out this weekend in Bucks County. A relaxing weekend might even help you prepare for a relaxed holiday.
1. Big Q BBQ Smoked Buffalo Burger Giveaway Fri, Nov. 20, noon – […]Click here to read more →
April showers bring May flowers? Then what does April snow bring? Jeez. Let’s hope for the best!
Lots of interesting things happening this week, food-wise. Here are some tidbits I’ve been collecting for your munching.
A new Community-Supported-Agriculture (CSA) farm begins its first season. Welcome to Sandbrook Meadow Farm located on 50 acres […]Click here to read more →
Rain, rain go away…in time for a beautiful autumn weekend.
Wines, ham dinners, beer and fall festivals – we got ’em. Unionville Vineyards in nearby Ringoes, New Jersey will be holding their 13th Annual Harvest Festival this weekend full of food, music and, of course, wine. The 5th […]Click here to read more →
Nope, not talking about Christmas. Throughout Bucks County, May and June will be filled with the opening of seasonal farm markets. Here’s our rundown.
Springtown: Wednesdays from 3 to 6 pm, Springtown Firehouse, 1030 Main Street/Route 212 (begins May 6th) New Hope: Thursdays from 3:30 to 7 pm, New Hope-Solebury High […]Click here to read more →
Just in time for Spring, the Del Val Farm Market has reopened its doors. The Market by Shady Brook Farm at Delaware Valley College will have its grand opening this weekend, Saturday, April 4th and Sunday, April 5th, with fun activities for kids and product samples for all visitors.Click here to read more →
A recent piece in the Intelligencer tells us the farm market formerly run by Delaware Valley College may reopen this spring, to be run by the owners of Shady Brook Farm in Lower Makefield. This is great news for folks around Doylestown. The “new” farm market is a beautiful facility, and the folks at […]Click here to read more →
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