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Wonder, a new kind of food hall, has opened in Quakertown. Wonder Quakertown is located inside the Walmart at 195 N. West End Blvd., and is both the first location in Pennsylvania and the first within …

Waters Edge Winery & Bistro of Doylestown, a family-owned craft winery, plans to open its doors in early March. Led by husband-and-wife duo and local residents Eric and Nicole Landolfi, the new …

Recipe of the Week: Sustenance for the soul

I attended a funeral recently, which got me thinking about funeral food. The funeral was to celebrate the life of a woman who had lived a long and fulfilling 98 years. And although her family will …

Mercer County’s 12 municipalities are home to citizens of many ethnicities and countries of origin. In celebration of this diversity, County Executive Dan Benson, the Board of County Commissioners, …

In winter, with no fresh fruits and vegetables in season locally for inspiration, it can get difficult to conjure up ideas for dinner. Those in search of dishes appropriate for Lent’s meatless …

For most of my life, watermelon has been one of my favorite summertime treats. My family used to grow them. My brothers and I couldn’t wait for the melons to ripen. Then we, often with some friends, …

The Harvey Avenue Crew Food Drive in Doylestown Borough collected 4,320 pounds of food from generous donors on Feb. 4, for the Bucks County Housing Group’s food pantry. “This will keep our pantry …

We all can eat like a president on Presidents Day, on Monday thanks to the multitude of recipes citing the preferences of past presidents found on the internet. Among the many, William Howard Taft …

From noon to 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 23, individuals can embark on a confectionary adventure with Easton’s new Sweet Stroll event, which combines the buzz of a pub crawl with the sweetness of local …

I get this question all the time and should have a well-established routine answer by now, though I don’t.It’s probably because those wines that come to mind each have different virtues that all …

This year the Super Bowl and Valentine’s Day are four days apart, which is an improvement on previous years since the NFL moved the Super Bowl to the second Sunday in February.

When I was growing up, we never had soup. My family didn’t consider it food. In the early 1960s when I had to learn to cook, I began reading cookbooks. I soon learned soup was a good food and easy …

Peddler’s Village in Lahaska will present a new chocolate-filled event, Village of Chocolate, Feb. 14 through 18. The five-day event will feature special culinary events, including chocolate-themed …

Caleb’s American Kitchen (CAK), a popular BYO restaurant in Lahaska, announced the return of “Table Talk,” featuring local, dark-fiction author Jeff Menapace. At 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 28, …

Recipe of the Week: Foods for when you are sick

It’s a chicken soup time of year. As COVID-19 continues its wintertime run, plus an increase in flu and other respiratory ailments, most of us have been sick or have been taking care of someone …

Raise a glass to Easton’s progress as A Night of Bourbon makes its return to the historic Pomfret Club for an memorable evening 5 to 8 p.m. Feb.3. Presented by the Greater Easton Development …

For the third year in a row, Lost Tavern Brewing of Hellertown has released 1872, its New England-style hazy IPA, first released in 2022 to help celebrate the 150th anniversary of St. Luke’s Health …

Terhune Orchard’s Wassailing the Apples celebration has been rescheduled to Saturday, Feb. 3.An ancient British custom, assailing the apple trees was especially popular in the cider-making regions …

Altomonte’s has announced the opening of Alto Bakery & Caffè in Warminster, offering handcrafted, scratch-baked, authentic Italian grab-and-go baked goods, espresso and desserts.

Recipe of the Week: Warm up with wassail

This time of year, when every instinct says to stay indoors, there are a few outdoor festivals that are worth braving the cold. Among them is the annual Holiday Wassail event at Terhune Orchards …

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