Easter is one of those holidays where everyone has a different tradition. I asked several friends what they do, and eat, for Easter Sunday. I heard glazed ham, lamb, lemon cake, and even pasta. I had a friend tell me for her Greek Easter tradition they eat what is called Mayiriritsa soup.
Whatever your traditions, hopefully it was all good. Now, it’s time to press on into the week and welcome all the plants and flowers that are trying to grow. Let’s think warm thoughts, and maybe the sun will stay consistent. At least there’s food to be eaten this week!
Locals night. If you are a local, Caleb’s American Kitchen is calling your name. If you hadn’t noticed, every Monday night starting at 5 pm you can enjoy a three-course prix fixe dinner for $24 per person. Call the restaurant at 215.794.8588 to see what this Monday has in store. Or, get some ideas of what Caleb’s kitchen is cooking up by checking out a previous menu.
Want to check out more locals’ nights in Bucks and nearby? See our post, Here’s to the locals.
Personal Health Makeover. Sure, maybe you’ve had a fashion makeover, or a cosmetic makeover, but have you ever had a personal health makeover? This Wednesday, March 30, Jane Barg, Duke IM trained Certified Integrative Health Coach, will help you figure out what is keeping you stuck in unhealthy behaviors. Learn how to take control of your health and get the tools to create a personal health plan.
The workshop takes place at the Newtown Township Administration Building in Newtown. Fee is $12 or $10 for Newtown residents. Pre-registration is required. Call 215.968.2800 ext. 239.
A healthy happy hour. The Bucks County Wellness Centre is celebrating its new digs in New Britain with an open house happy hour this Friday, April 1 from 4:30 – 6 pm. See here to register for this free event.
Table talk. If Monday didn’t give you enough of Caleb’s American Kitchen, then Wednesday is your next opportunity. Every month on a Wednesday night at 6:30 pm, patrons are treated to “Table Talk,” an informal chat with a special guest host along with a special prix-fixe menu. Cost is $35 per person including tax and gratuity. This week’s table talk is a special evening of fashion. Kirsten Jensen, chief curator of exhibitions of the James A. Michener Museum in a stylish talk about the upcoming exhibit. The menu includes items like crispy risotto cake, rare ahi tuna, and even pound cake for dessert. Full menu can be viewed here.
Eat for a cause. The Women in Business Committee of the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce presents the 23rd Gourmet Getaway this Thursday, March 31. It’s an evening of food and fun which benefits the Women in Business Scholarship Fund. Proceeds from the event provide education funds for local women in need of financial support. The fun begins at 5 pm. Some of the vendors at this year’s event include:
- A la Maison Personal Chef Service
- Buckingham Valley Vineyards
- Carmel Kitchen and Wine Bar
- Noble Sweets LLC
- Olive Oil Etc.
On the radar: The First Annual Rivertown Wing Throwdown takes place on Saturday, April 9 from 1 – 4 pm at the Event Center behind the Eagle Firehouse, 46 N. Sugan Road, New Hope, PA. It’s presented by the Event Center by Cornerstone, Fran’s Pub and Bitter Bob’s BBQ. Click here for a listing of all participating restaurants.
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