What’s your favorite way to spend a rainy day? I like to cuddle up with a snack, a cup of tea, and a nice book. Since it was chilly with wind and rain this past weekend, I bet there was plenty of time spent indoors. Hopefully you still found time to get out and enjoy the town, and if your plans got washed out, here are a few Bucks County options to make up for it.
New menu at New Hope Tandoori Grill. If you’re a big fan of Indian food and live in Bucks County, it’s your lucky day. New Hope Tandoori Grill, in the heart of scenic New Hope, presents a special Indian menu with dishes inspired by the cooking of Chef Human Kabir’s mother.
Kabir has brought his skills from 18 years working in Manhattan Indian kitchens here to Bucks County. His menu incorporates dishes from both north and south India, as well as Indo-Chinese selections. New Hope Tandoori Grill is open for lunch and dinner. Right now the restaurant has 4.5 stars on Yelp. Some guests mentioned that the restaurant is great for vegans and vegetarians. Check out the new menu here.
Food for Thought book club. This Tuesday, October 11, come to Bucks County’s only food-related book club, sponsored by the Doylestown Food Market. They meet every second Tuesday of the month at the Doylestown Book Store.
This Tuesday, the featured book is Blessing the Hands that Feed Us: Lessons From a 10-Mile Diet, by Vicki Robin. The author takes the local food movement to heart, and discusses her pledge to eat food only sourced within a 10-mile radius of her home for one month. The book club meets at 6:15 pm and all are welcome to join. Even if you don’t have a chance to read the book, it’s still worth stopping by.
Harvest time. Get ready for a harvest dinner with food from Homestead Farm Market this Wednesday, October 12 at Hamilton’s Grill Room. Join the other guests for a step-by-step open kitchen demonstration as part of Jim Hamilton’s Atelier Cooking Class. At the end of the cooking class is a delicious four-course dinner. The menu includes: roasted beet and greens salad, stuffed pork tenderloin with fennel apple slaw and roasted root vegetables, and pumpkin pie. It’s $65 per person inclusive and BYOB. To reserve, contact the restaurant directly at 609.397.4343.
Upper Bucks Foodie.What is a “foodie?” The best definition is a person or event having an avid interest in the latest food fads. And that my friends, is what this year’s Upper Bucks Foodie is all about. Join the Upper Bucks Chamber of Commerce for the 11th annual Upper Bucks Foodie, on Thursday, October 13 from 5:30 – 8 pm at the Sands Chrysler Jeep Dodge in Quakertown, PA.
This event was created to showcase the area’s local wine, beer and spirits, entertainment and have some fun while networking with other businesses. There will be a sampling of gourmet food, top local breweries and wineries. Some of the vendors include: Jamison Publick House, McCoole’s at the Historic Red Lion Inn, Spinnerstown Hotel, Stone Brewing Co., The Brick Tavern Inn, Unami Ridge Winery.
The event supports the Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Foundation, Upper Bucks Chamber of Commerce Foundation, as well as Leadership Upper Bucks. Tickets to the event are $40 per person in advance and $45 at the door. Purchase your tickets here.
Swappin’ recipes. If you had the chance to check out writer and blogger Jeanette Moser-Orr’s event at the Chimayo Gallery & Gift Shop last week, you’ll be happy to hear she’s back this Thursday, October 13 for more thought-provoking conversations about food. At this event, Moser-Orr will present some of her writings on food, followed by a recipe exchange and potluck, where participants can share a story about their offering. Bonus: The event is BYOB. Call or email to reserve your spot.
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Cocktails at the Castle: The Mercer Museum is hosting its fall gala this Friday, October 14. Guests can attend the silent auction and bid on live auction items, enjoy cuisine from Bucks County, and sip wine and spirits. Buy tickets online for $150 per person.
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