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Susan McLellan Plaisted of Heart to Hearth Cookery will demonstrate 18th century cooking at the historic Moland House in Warwick Township the second Sunday of each month. Last Sunday, Plaisted …

Wine rogues

Like so many wine enthusiasts, I love drinking refreshing rosés and light white wines in the spring and summer, then big, hearty red wines in the fall and winter. Pairing these with the kinds …

Tom Peters rounded a corner in Austin, Texas, was hit by the aroma of roasting meat and fell in love. “I asked, ‘What’s that smell?’” he recalled, and was told it was …

Black-and-white-clad diners will fill a closed-down North State Street in Newtown Borough on Saturday, Sept. 25 for the 6th annual Newtown Black & White Dinner – a one-of-a-kind alfresco …

Tomatoes probably are the most-grown plant in summer gardens. When I was young, we grew many vegetables in our gardens, all of which were used and enjoyed. However, I think tomatoes were the ones we …

Summer produce still going strong

The recent weather, alternating cool nights with warm days, is yet another sign that autumn is almost here. But the arrival of the equinox is not an automatic switch from summer to fall produce.

Cookies are back for lunchboxes

Now that the worst of the summer heat and humidity appear to be behind us, let’s start baking. Cooler nights and students’ return to school make the idea of baking cookies, brownies, …

St. Philip Orthodox Christian Church of Souderton hosts its ninth annual International Food Festival, which will take place from noon to 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Sept. 17 and 18, on the church …

Every autumn, the Hunterdon Healthcare Auxiliary has been proud to hold A Culinary Affair, which brought the area’s finest restaurants together to provide samples of their culinary creations …

Learn more about foraging for wild edibles that can be found all over – from your own small, urban garden, to roadsides, to natural hiking trails during The Art of Ecology’s “Autumn …

When I was in elementary school, I didn’t understand why we needed math. When I got older and became a woodworker, I understood. Now, I love math. We use it daily, especially those of us who …

New ideas for school lunches

We really didn’t need reminding that fall will soon be here, but a few recent days with temperatures in the low 70s have done the trick. While no doubt many warm days lie ahead, this week marks …

Tickets will go on sale Sept. 7, for the annual Washington Crossing Fall Brewfest, being held this year from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 30.The event features ciders, sours and seasonal beers, …

Vintage relevance

Vintage dated wines are quite common. In fact, many more wines are dated than not. What does it mean? In the United States, and largely everywhere in the wine world, the laws are very similar. The …

Summer’s last hurrah

Many holidays are filled with food traditions – Memorial Day is the first big grilling day of the summer season while the Fourth of July features the first local corn and tomatoes.

Care & Share Thrift Shoppes is now a Certified Autism Center, as designated by the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES). To earn the designation, staff …

Few people know that Stella of New Hope, the restaurant and bar overlooking the Delaware River, is named for the lovable rescue pit bull, Stella, often seen on property, frolicking on the …

Tossed salads for lunch or dinner

Although salads have been around since the 1500s, I never had tossed salad until the late 1940s when I started eating at the homes of girlfriends. Before that, the only “salads” I’d …

Red, green, yellow and orange; the dozens of tomatoes laid out in rows came in a variety of shapes, sizes and colors. Last weekend was the annual tomato-tasting event at the Wrightstown Farmers Market …

Bubbakoo’s Burritos, a build-your-own-burrito chain, opened a new location in Quakertown on Aug. 6. The chain, which has been expanding throughout the United States, sits at 252 N. West End …

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