Bucks Food Calendar: November 4, 2011

It seems we’ll have some more fall days after all, despite the snowstorm last week. The snow is gone, although many people in Upper Bucks are still without power. Let’s hope they get it back soon! Meanwhile this weekend looks seasonally appropriate – sunny with temps in the 50’s.

But it is November. I’ve noticed that Thanksgiving-themed events are creeping into the calendar. The Cooking Cottage in Sellersville is offering a “Thanksgiving done right” class twice this coming week, once on this Monday evening at 6:30 pm and again on this Thursday at 10 am. If you’ve never taken a cooking class at this great little “school”, treat yourself. Classes are held in a charming cottage in a teaching kitchen followed by the dinner that has been demonstrated.  Old York Cellars in nearby Ringoes, NJ will have Maddalena’s Catering pairing samples of their Thanksgiving dinners with Old York Cellars wines this Saturday from 12 – 5 pm. Carlow Cookery is offering a class on Holiday Breads on November 15th as well as a free Thanksgiving cooking class on November 12th at 12 pm. And if you want a fresh turkey for the big day, see our previous post on where to get it in Bucks.

And on November 5th some of us celebrate Guy Fawkes Day, a British holiday honoring a true radical (Will someone explain this to me? It seems very, well, un-British.). If you want to observe the holiday in a culinary way, swing on over to the Yardley Inn on this Saturday for a Guy Fawkes Tribute. A special British-themed menu will be served for lunch and dinner, including Toad in a Hole. I say, what a capital idea!

This Wednesday the Spinnerstown Hotel will be holding a Trappiste Beer Dinner featuring Chimay Beer. The hotel is a quaint tavern and restaurant in the northwestern corner of Bucks County. They also hold a “Meet the Brewer” night on the first Wednesday of each month. Every Saturday they feature a different beer – “something new, odd, or just released “- from Shangy’s ,”the Beer Authority,” in Emmaus. Beer is very important at the “Spinny.” Worth a ride on a beautiful fall day.

Do you love cookbooks? It seems to be a guilty pleasure for many of us. Now there’s a place for you to indulge your addiction. The Literate Epicures meet on the second Tuesday of each month at the Newtown Bookshop to discuss a cookbook and bring recipes cooked from the book. Cookbooks and eating. Sounds good to me. See their blog for more information. They will be meeting this Tuesday, November 8th.

For more details on any of these events, please go to our full calendar, Food Events in Bucks County. Have a cool, crisp weekend. Follow Bucks County Taste also on Facebook and Twitter.

Friday, November 4:

  • Stockton Farmers’ Market, Stockton, NJ [3-7 pm]
  • Beer Tasting, Phillips’ Fine Wines, Stockton, NJ [4-6 pm]
  • Friday Wine & Music @ Hopewell Valley Vineyards, Pennington, NJ [5-8 pm]
  • Barrel Tappings @ Triumph Brewing Co., New Hope [6 – 7 pm]
  • First Friday in Perkasie – Perkasie [6 – 9 pm]
  • Wine and Music Series @ Old York Cellars, Ringoes, NJ [6 – 9 pm]
  • First Fridays in Doylestown – Doylestown [6 – 9:30 pm]
  • 9th Annual Culinary Classics @ Chandler Hall Health Services, Newtown [6:30 – 9:30 pm]
  • Murder Mystery Dinner Train, New Hope/Ivyland Train, New Hope [7 – 9:30 pm]

Saturday, November 5:

  • Doylestown Farmers’ Market, Doylestown [7 am – 12 pm]
  • Wrightstown Farmers’ Market, Wrightstown [9 am-1 pm]
  • Ethnic Food and Craft Fair @ Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church Hall, Levittown [9 am – 3 pm]
  • Autumn Celebration @ Stockton Market, Stockton, NJ [9 am-4 pm]
  • Thai Cooking (class) @ Kitchen Garden Cooking School, Upper Black Eddy [10 am – 1 pm]
  • 40th Annual Peddler’s Village Apple Festival, Lahaska [10 am – 6 pm]
  • Turkey Day & Wine @ Old York Cellars, 8 Ringoes, NJ [12 – 5 pm]
  • Wine Tasting @ Phillips’ Fine Wines, Stockton, NJ [12 – 6 pm]
  • Guy Fawkes Tribute Lunch/Dinner @ Yardley Inn, Yardley [12 – 9 pm]
  • Beer Tasting @ New Hope Beverage, New Hope [3 – 7 pm]
  • Roast Beef Dinner @ Presbyterian Church of Milford, Milford, NJ [4 – 7 pm]
  • Pork & Sauerkraut Dinner @ Riegelsville Fire Company, Riegelsville [4 – 7 pm]
  • Saturday Wine & Music @ Hopewell Valley Vineyards, Pennington [5-8 pm]
  • Evening Star Dinner Train, New Hope & Ivyland Railroad, New Hope [7 – 9 pm]

Sunday, November 6:

  • Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market, Flemington, NJ [9 am-1 pm]
  • Autumn Celebration @ Stockton Market, Stockton, NJ [9 am-4 pm]
  • 40th Annual Peddler’s Village Apple Festival, Lahaska [10 am – 6 pm]
  • Sunday Brunch Train – New Hope & Ivyland Railroad, New Hope [10:15 – 11:30 am]
  • Turkey Dinner @ Zion Mennonite Church, Souderton [11 am – 3 pm]
  • Vinyasa Yoga & Wine @ Crossing Vineyards, Washington Crossing [11:30 am – 1:30 pm]
  • Bobolink Pig Roast @ Bobolink Dairy & Bakehouse, Milford, NJ [11 am – 4 pm]

Monday, Novermber 7:

  • Complimentary Wine Tasting @ Yardley Inn @ Yardley Inn, Yardley [5 – 8 pm]
  • 5th Annual Fall Feast @ Honey Restaurant, Doylestown [5 – 9 pm]
  • Thanksgiving done right (cooking class) @ The Cooking Cottage, Sellersville [6:30 – 8:30 pm]

Tuesday, November 8:

  • Literate Epicures of Newtown @ Newtown Bookshop, Newtown [7 – 8:30 pm]

Wednesday, November 9:

  • Pierogy Wednesdays @ St. Anne Ukrainian, Warrington [9 am – 12 pm]
  • Wine Down Wednesdays @ Old Bethlehem Road Hotel, Quakertown [6 – 9 pm]
  • Trappiste Beer Dinner Featuring Chimay @ Spinnerstown Hotel, Spinnerstown [7 – 10 pm]

Thursday, November 10:

  • Thanksgiving done right (cooking class) @ The Cooking Cottage, Sellersville [10 am – 12 pm]
  • New Hope Farmers’ Market, New Hope [3:30-7:30 pm]
  • Clam Bake @ Logan Inn, New Hope [5 – 9 pm]
  • Full Moon Dinner @ Full Moon Cafe, Lambertville, NJ [5:30 – 9 pm]
  • Oxfam America Hunger Banquet @ BuxMont UU Fellowship, Warrington [6 – 8 pm]
  • Sushi Night in the Wine Cellar – The Inn at Lambertville Station, Lambertville, NJ [6 – 10 pm]

For more details on any of these events, please go to our full calendar, Food Events in Bucks County. Follow Bucks County Taste on Facebook and Twitter.

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