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While a majority of Bucks County adults reported having enough food support, according to the Hunger Coalition of Bucks County’s recently released biennial survey, nearly a third reported …

A lot of people eat meatless meals for any number of reasons. At this time of year, it could be in observance of Lent. Other reasons may include for health, following a vegetarian diet, or the high …

There are an assortment of restaurants in Bucks County and beyond where you can find Irish food today to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. But none has as much going on as the Green Parrot in …

Haile Johnston, co-founder of The Common Market family of companies in Philadelphia, will discuss the highly successful farm to home fresh produce program via Zoom to the Newtown Quaker Meeting adult …

A special “Night to Remember” seven-course dinner re-creating the last meal served in the first-class dining room aboard the R.M.S. Titanic will be the feature of a fundraiser, to benefit …

Gabarelly’s Stockton Steaks celebrated the second birthday of the business’ namesake, chef/owner Brian Held and Judith Francois’ daughter, Gabrielle, with $2 milkshakes and hot …

Foodies and everyone who loves food is invited to play Restaurant Bingo while exploring Flemington, N.J.’s, restaurant scene as Historic Flemington and the Flemington Community Partnership …

The changing weather (moving from cold to warm to cold) means it must be March in Bucks County. Food cravings have become variable as well. A day of warm weather makes us crave lovely salads, while a …

Recipe of the Week: Meatless meals in Lent

Tomorrow is the first Friday of Lent, which means many observant Christians will forgo meats and poultry in remembrance of the 40 days Jesus spent in the desert praying and resisting temptation.

“What Are Hops?” will be the featured program at The Trevose Horticultural Society’s monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 15, at the Bensalem Senior Center, 1850 Byberry Road, …

A Woman’s Place (AWP) is celebrating 45 years of service to the community and 25 years of its iconic event – the Chocolate Lovers’ Fantasy Gala – Saturday, March 26.Close to …

Jamie Hollander Gourmet Foods & Catering, a favorite local retail and catering operation in New Hope, is making a transition away from the café and retail business to focus entirely on …

Peddler’s Village is preparing for a lineup of 2022 events that kick off in March with an annual competition and display: PEEPS in the Village. Now in its third year, the spring-themed event …

Pita Chip, the modern Middle Eastern quick-serve restaurant with locations on Temple University’s Campus and in University City, is getting ready to open its newest location …

Vinho Verde, or “green wine,” is an interesting wine from northwestern Portugal that I’ve been brushing up on lately. White versions of Vinho Verde pair terrifically with nearly any …

Somebody really likes Linda Monastra’s vegan cashew cheesecake. But she doesn’t know who. Monastra can’t even guess who submitted her dessert, one of many vegan and gluten-free …

Benchmark Lending will host a community food drive to benefit the Flemington Area Food Pantry throughout the month of February. They aim to collect ingredients for cooking and baking as well as …

Growing up, a cold-weather dinner or supper often was sausage gravy on slices of white Bond bread. It was easy and inexpensive since we raised pigs for their meat and cows for their milk.

In a nationwide battle royal to see who takes the cake, Sprig & Vine in New Hope has finished in the top tier. Beating out eateries from across the country, the local favorite clinched a spot on …

Robert Gerenser’s name may be best known for his family’s years of owning a New Hope ice cream shop, but his personal interest is in growing microgreens. Gerenser and his partner Timothy …

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