Looks like we’re snowed in today. What a perfect time for some local comfort food like soup, wine and chocolate, and home-cooked pasta with your fellow (chilly) community members. Stay safe and enjoy a good meal!
Events are listed in chronological order
Fri, Jan 5, 5 – 7 pm
Centenary United Methodist Church
108 N. Union St., Lambertville, NJ
Spend time with fellow community members with a warm and tasty ziti dinner. Call 609.397.2468 for more information.
2Yardley Indoor Farmers Market
Sat, Jan 6, 9 – 11:30 am
Yardley Friends Meeting
65 North Main St., Yardley, PA
A farmers market in the winter? You bet! Come to Yardley this Saturday for fresh, locally grown and produced food (click here for all the details). Here are some of the vendors who will be there:
- Baked goods: fresh-baked sweet and savory pies, soup and more from Solly Brothers; gluten-free cookies, cupcakes, other treats from Sweet Ladybug Baked Goods; and artisan breads, flat breads, rolls, sweet breads from Wild Flour Bakery
- Organically grown vegetables, eggs, seasonal items Snipes Farm & Education Center
- Locally grown certified organic herbs from Barefoot Botanicals
- Artisanal cheeses and pasture raised meats from Cherry Grove Farm
- Covered Bridge Coffee Roasters and Loose Leaf Tea
- Hand crafted hot sauces, mustard, hot pepper jelly from @Fallsington Hot Sauce, and Gourmet Jelly (“Bartender in a Jar” jellies, syrups and candies)
- Local honey and beeswax products from Keystone Colonies Beekeeping
- Exotic mushrooms from KSS Sales
- Mecha Artisan Chocolate (handcrafted caramels, ganaches and more)
- Estate olive oils, vinegars, olive wood products from Medittera
- Gourmet dips, spreads, dukkah, and prepared foods from Nanna’s Secret-Mediterranean Gourmet
- Natural soaps, skin care, shaving creams from Passionately Natural Soap Co.
- Fermented and pickled foods, prepared foods and soups from Right Eats
- Estate wines from Unionville Vineyards
Sat, Jan 6, 11 am – 2 pm
Dublin Fire Co.
Rt. 313 and Rickert Road, Dublin, PA
What’s better than a bowl of soup on a frigid winter’s day? Soup, of course! Pick some homemade soups up from the Dublin Fire Co. this weekend on Saturday. Phone orders are from 9 – 11 am. Call 215.249.3740 for more information.
4Pairing Wine & Chocolate
Sun, Jan 7, 2 pm
Crossing Vineyards and Winery
1853 Wrightstown Rd., Washington Crossing, PA
Haven’t had your fill of spirits and sweets? Enjoy an afternoon filled with tips on how to pair your two favorite foods — wine and chocolate. The event includes instruction, wine tasting, tour and your personal assortment of Pierre’s Chocolates.
Pierre’s Chocolates in New Hope has a line of exceptional single and double origin artisanal chocolates from South America and other parts of the world. Justin Zaslow and his father-in-law, Tom Block, are the creative force behind Pierre’s. Read the full behind the scene story here!
Sunday, Jan 7
All over Bucks County and NJ!
When it’s cold, it’s all the more reason to sleep in a little late and bundle up as you venture off to Sunday brunch. And there are plenty of options in scenic Bucks County and across county lines in New Jersey. What are you in the mood for? A classy brunch with mimosas and small plates? A “Hungry Man/Woman” with three kinds of meat? Or maybe just a classic egg sandwich (or pork roll if you’re in Jersey)? Here’s a few popular, local spots you need to check out.
You know who else is serving brunch? Karlton’s Cafe in Quakertown. Bucks County Taste talked to the owner and chef of the restaurant/cafe, who discussed his love for local and fresh dishes. Read the full story here!
Bucks County Taste Dinner Club Upcoming Events
SAVE THE DATES!
Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm (Sunday, March 25, 2018) We are thrilled to once again bring the Bucks County Taste Dinner Club to the Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm. Chef Josh Homacki will create a wonderful, seasonally inspired meal for us in this intimate dining space. If you haven’t been to the Inn’s restaurant yet, mark your calendar. This is one of the best kept secrets in Bucks County — although increasingly not a secret! Make a weekend of it and stay at the Inn. For more information about the Inn, click here. Details to follow.
The Farm Cooking School – Save the date for a five-course meal sourced from Roots to River Farm and other nearby farms. Chefs Ian Knauer and Shelley Wiseman will also demonstrate some of the dishes before we eat! Saturday, April 7, 6 pm. Details to follow.