Deer, Dogs and Turkeys

I'm still new enough to Wycombe that discovering a nest of deer bedded down in the hedge is a thrill. My neighbors, who are careful gardeners, are less thrilled, as is Cody, whose only...
Hershberger hens on pasture_photo credit Lynne Goldman

Meet Your Farmer: Hershberger Heritage Farm

When you can't find good eggs or poultry, raise your own, right? That's what the Laytons decided to do and now they've got a whole farm. NOTE: The Laytons moved to a new location in...
Rolling Harvest Food Rescue. Photo credit Lynne Goldman

A Day in the Life: Rolling Harvest Food Rescue

Are you ready? Let’s go for a ride. I’ve known Cathy Snyder for almost five years, since she first decided to step into the food waste stream and do whatever she could to divert some of...

Here’s to good coffee

My coffee is roasted on a small Bucks County country road not half an hour from my house. I think that’s pretty cool. “We’d go out on a Sunday afternoon and couldn’t find a decent...

Figuring It Out: Pure, Safe, Organic, Local…?

A lot of things have been swirling around in my head lately. Maybe too many. But as we've gotten deeper into the Bucks County food scene, I've been forced to pay attention to some...
Malaika Spencer; photo credit Lynne Goldman

Meet Your Farmer: Malaika Spencer, Roots to River Farm

The past ten years—the last five in particular—has seen a large influx of young farmers in Bucks County. They are passionate about growing healthy, fresh food using sustainable and organic practices. In this series,...

Bucks local food photo of the week: Chocolate, cheesecake or peanut brittle?

Yes, Valentine's Day is around the corner so my mind is on sweets (and why not?). This week our social media fans had to pick their favorite local food photo. Here were the choices: ...

Conversation with a chef: Honey

In this series, Bucks County Taste sits down with some of the best chefs in Bucks County and shares their thoughts on food, life, and running a successful restaurant. If you were to throw out on...

Serving up breakfast in Riegelsville

Updated 8/18/17 I grew up in Philadelphia where firefighters are municipal employees. In fact, our nearest fire house was right across the street from my junior high school. Every Wednesday at noon, the air raid...

Meet Your Farmer: Chris Whitney, Locktown Farm

by guest blogger Katie Lutzker, It's a crisp fall morning. Chris Whitney kneels down and pulls back straw from the beds of his summer garden to reveal beautiful, dark, loose soil, rich in humus. The...
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What we’re reading [Oct 1 2017]

This week, we start a new feature on Bucks County Taste! We've perused the internet and chosen interesting and informative content about local food, cooking, living in Bucks and nearby, and beyond. Let us know what...

France here and there

Martine Bertin-Peterson has the best of both worlds. She organizes amazing culinary trips to France, focusing on food and wine, and she teaches how to make simple, Mediterranean-inspired dishes in her cooking classes here...

Baking matzah for the first time

This post was updated 3/22/18 I am 49 years old, and I am baking matzah for the first time in my life. Not that baking your own matzah is a normal thing for an average Jewish-American...

Home in this Wycombe

Finally, we've made our way through the piles of laundry, e-mail and regular mail, restocked the fridge, and have resettled into our cozy home in Wycombe. England, specifically the Cotswolds, was relaxing and fun,...
Fish at Indian Ridge Provisions_photo credit Lynne Goldman

Indian Ridge Provisions: A cut above

I love going "behind the scenes." And what better place than to see where all the good meat and seafood comes from, before it reaches our restaurant plates? Maybe you've seen an Indian Ridge Provisions...
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