by guest blogger Elisabeth Villarroel,
I tend to drive the same route to and from work everyday and, although there are a few ways I could get home that would take about the same time, for two years I’ve stuck to my routine. Then…there was a road closing. (A strange occurrence in Bucks County, right?) […]Click here to read more →
by guest blogger Elisabeth Villarroel
I am lucky enough to pass Solly’s Brothers Farm Market in Ivyland on my drive home from work. Many delicious last-minute dinner plans were created by what I found there this summer. And now that fall is here I have been enjoying their beautiful displays of […]Click here to read more →
The forecast may not be sunny this weekend, but it is cooler and things are still happening. Kind of a relief after all the heat and humidity, and a nice taste of fall.
Alert to any backyard farmers currently overrun with tomatoes, zucchinis and squashes. Carousel Gardens, on Route 413/Durham Road just north […]Click here to read more →
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 ice cream purveyors in Bucks County (ha!), or even attempt to be comprehensive in our list. But for those of […]Click here to read more →
This is what they call a British summer. Rain, cool temperatures, with the sun popping out every now and then just to tease you. The really annoying part is that according to my sister, England is getting our summer weather right now. It’s just not fair. Even the farmers are getting tired of this weather.
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It’s a little soggy right now out in our local strawberry fields but the next week or so may be your last chance to eat these wonderful strawberries so get out there as soon as the sun pops back out.
We stopped by Shady Brook Farm on Sunday and I picked up their flyer, “Tips […]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 →
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