What a whirlwind of a weekend! If you were lucky enough to join us at the 5th Annual Bucks Bacon and Beer event, you’re probably feeling it – but wasn’t it worth it?! (see a recap of the event on our Instagram or Facebook). Thanks to everyone – including our great local food purveyors – for coming!
Cinnamon Bun Bake Sale
Sweet, sticky, a bit nutty. These are the cinnamon buns you want to eat hot out of the oven with a steaming cup of morning coffee.
This could be your breakfast if you stop by the Central Bucks Senior Center to buy some of their fresh-baked cinnamon buns, handmade daily by the members of the center. You can pick them up all this week beginning on Tuesday, March 27.
Enjoy the buns plain, with raisins or nuts, or both. Learn more about the sale here or call the center for more information. Save some for the Easter weekend, or eat them all as soon as you get home!
Book Signing: The Farm Cooking School
Join your friends at the Doylestown Bookshop for a talk and food demonstration with The Farm Cooking School’s Ian Knauer & Shelley Wiseman on Tuesday, April 24 at 6:30 pm. In their “A Case for Seasonal Eating,” they discuss the health and environmental benefits and impact of eating locally and in season, giving guests approachable and realistic methods to incorporating these practices into their own lives. In addition to the talk, they will demo several recipes utilizing locally sourced ingredients which guests will be invited to taste. Come learn something (and taste something) new!
Easy Italian Cooking Class
No time to cook? Want to know how to make three quick and easy Italian meals during the work week? Gregorio down at Altomonte’s Italian Market in Doylestown is here to help you out. Join them for this fun and tasty class where you will learn how to feel like an Italian chef in your own home. Tickets are $60 per person, and pre-registratio
All About Olive Oil – McCaffrey’s Markets
Ever wonder about the benefits and flavors of various olive oils? If you’re all about olive oil, join registered dietitian Jill Kwasny for a free program featuring Ed Zulin(of Lucini Olive Oil). Ed will answer your questions about olive oil, including the difference between virgin and extra virgin oils. He will also explain how you can recognize the highest quality oils and avoid those oils that are not what they appear to be. While you’re there, you will also have the opportunity to taste some of the delicious and versatile oils available at McCaffrey’s Markets. This event runs on Thursday at 10 am.
For the full food calendar, scroll down or click here.
The 5th annual Bucks Bacon & Beer was a yummy success!
The Pub Scout showed up too at Bucks Bacon & Beer for his first time. Kurt Epps has been writing about – and enjoying – craft beers for over twenty years. Here’s his review of yesterday’s fun event: It’s Always Sunny at Beerfests, Especially Indoors–Part Two
A shout out to our purveyors for all the delicious food…
Clusters Handcrafted Popcorn
The Cook & His Books
Dad’s Hat Whiskey
The Farm Cooking School
Flint Hill Farm
Folk City Roasters
Fulper Family Farmstead
Great Barn Brewery
House of Jerky
Stone & Key Cellars Cider
Two Sisters Canning
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Bucks County Taste Dinner Club
Join us at Hamilton’s Grill Room
Sunday, May 20, 6 pm
Hamilton’s Grill Room has a new owner! Chef Brian Held (Brian’s, Bistro Rouget) is taking the reins of the iconic Lambertville restaurant.
We’ll have more details and the full menu for the event coming out within the next week. Stay tuned.
For more details on any of these events, please go to our full calendar, Food Events in Bucks County.
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