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Since we eat a lot of chicken, I always have bones, skin, etc. in the freezer. Because we have a small freezer, I make stock fairly often, most of which I use for making soup. But we don’t think …

Holy ‘Que Smokehouse, the Bucks County BYOB serving authentic Texas-style barbecue, announces the launch of its second location at Main Street Marketplace, adjacent to cocktail bar Hop/Scotch, in …

Check your supplies of charcoal or gas for the grill, break out your favorite picnic recipes and hang your American flags. It’s time to celebrate America’s birthday.

Tickets are now on sale for “Wine on the Waterfront,” a wine tasting event being held from 3 to 7 p.m. Saturday, July 30, on the banks of the Delaware River in Washington Crossing Historic Park …

Kimberton Whole Foods (KWF) reached a donation milestone of $500,000 through its Rounding Up at the Register program.

Summer is finally here, and with it comes some of the easiest cooking of the year. Local farmers markets are offering fresh vegetables for salads or grilling, and nothing beats burgers, hot dogs, …

Patti and I enjoy traveling by car. We’ve driven across the country several times and up and down the East Coast, but don’t travel as much as we used to. Along with seeing this beautiful …

Easton Farmers’ Market, located at Scott Park along Larry Holmes Drive, will celebrate Honey Bee Day on June 25. Guests can learn all about the amazing honeybee – a vital player in the food …

On Wine: Men, Women, and Wine

Men and women aren’t the same. No surprise there, and it’s no surprise that our gender differences manifest themselves in our wine purchases and consumption. The web site Statista reported in …

As the national economy slows down, restaurateur and chef Caleb Lentchner is revving up his menu. “I wanted to create something more economical that could be offered on a weeknight,” he said.

Lambertville Bakehouse will celebrate its Grand Opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 18. The Bakehouse, located at 61 N. Main St., Lambertville, N.J., is owned and …

As part of its continued growth in the greater Philadelphia region, The GIANT Company announced an opening date for a new Richboro GIANT at 1025 Second Street Pike: 8 a.m. Friday, July 1. The …

Most years, the beloved local strawberry season arrives with a bang, just in time for Memorial Day desserts. This year a cool, wet spring delayed much of the crop. But the good news is that it’s …

Pennsylvania is now home to the best international lager. Bucks County’s Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company was awarded Gold for its Warehouse Lager at the recent 2022 World Beer Cup, a global beer …

Early spring brought us local spinach, asparagus and herbs. Now that it is late spring we are enjoying the short season of fresh peas. June is the season for peas, whether you choose English peas …

When you start slapping burgers onto the grill on Monday for family and friends, chances are you will have to add at least one vegetarian burger to satisfy someone’s request.

Spring is the season for light desserts. Fresh strawberry and lemon meringue pies, pound cake with fresh fruit, angel food cake …

Holy ‘Que Smokehouse in Lahaska, has officially relaunched post-pandemic with an array of traditional BBQ staples crafted by founder and Pitmaster Tom Peters, including brisket, pulled pork, …

Versatile asparagus is one of the highlights of spring. While we wait for the arrival of other local vegetables and fruits, asparagus stalks are springing from the ground, growing as much as 10 …

After a brief hiatus and re-brand, Playhouse Deck – previously The Deck – a modern restaurant adjacent to the Bucks County Playhouse perched over the Delaware River, will open its doors …

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