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Pungent garlic is one of those foods people either love or hate. When we like it, it flavors our sauces, turns sweet when we roast it, and helps boost our immune systems. Fans of garlic will …

The community is invited to the 6th annual Fall Harvest Sampler at 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 7, at Peace Valley Nature Center, 170 N. Chapman Road, Doylestown.

Now that summer is a memory and autumn is upon us, I like to have my lunches al fresco when the weather is cooperative. My preference is full sun and a mild breeze. This is the time of year when …

For the first time in its 270-year history, the Easton Farmers’ Market will be held in the city’s College Hill neighborhood, finding a single-day home on the Lafayette College Quad on Saturday, …

Due to the inclement weather forecasted, Flemington Community Partnership’s 2nd Annual Hunterdon Harvest Fest, scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 1, has been postponed to Saturday, Oct. 29, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Heritage and heat will be plentiful at the Easton Farmers’ market Sept. 24 as the Market celebrates Hispanic Cultural Day and hosts its annual Hot Pepper Eating Competition at Easton’s riverfront …

Pita Chip, the Modern Middle Eastern quick-serve restaurant located at 1623 Big Oak Road in Yardley’s Oxford Oaks Shopping Center, is celebrating Rosh Hashana this year in a fun way, offering …

The celebration of Rosh Hashana is a solemn one, with special foods and prayers. Jews around the world will begin marking the beginning of a new year at sundown Sunday, Sept. 25, and continue …

Recent cool nights have served as a reminder that fall is almost here with winter soon to follow. The dip in temperatures is also an incentive to make soup and since the days are still summery, …

On Wine: Food and acidic wines

Which wines are acidic? Generally, they’re those wines made from grapes that grow best in regions farther from the equator. They get less sun, less warmth, and thus ripen less than if they were …

The Washington Crossing Fall Brewfest will be held along the Delaware River at Washington Crossing State Park from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 29.

Vince Marinelli grew up in Philadelphia eating soft pretzels and later selling them on street corners. He ate a lot of pretzels over the years, but never grew tired of them. Instead, he decided he …

Henry Chapman Mercer was back in Doylestown this week, and this time he was pouring beer made using his personal recipe. One of Bucks County’s most famous citizens and the creator of the …

Family gatherings can be fun, as long as nobody talks politics. Recently, the Guthrie family held their 100th annual reunion in Guthriesville, Chester County. Since Patti’s family name is …

Recipe of the Week: BLT Pasta Salad

It’s Labor Day weekend and time to have a picnic. To make it a good one, head for your favorite farm market or farm store for locally grown ingredients.

The 16th annual Flemington Opa! Greek Festival kicks off Friday, Sept. 9, for a weekend of food, entertainment, family fun, and shopping. The festival, running from 5 to 9 p.m. Sept. 9; noon to 9 …

Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company has teamed up with the George A. Romero Foundation for its newest brew, JAWN of the Dead. Neshaminy Creek has created a 6.5% ABV Red Rye IPA, resurrecting the …

The back-to-school season seems to creep up on us a little sooner each summer. We aren’t done going to the Shore when the advertising for school supplies begins. Regardless of our reluctance to …

Tabor Services, Inc. will host its annual Taste of Tabor fundraiser, from 6 to 9 p.m. Monday, Sept. 19, at Aldie Mansion, 85 Old Dublin Pike, Doylestown. Local chefs and restaurants will showcase …

After nearly two decades of residency in Peddler’s Village, Chaddsford Winery’s bustling Bucks County tasting room and bottle shop relocated in June to allow for further expansion.

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