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Home cooking well-remembered

Having young children in the kitchen when you’re preparing meals can be fun and good for them. My daughter and two granddaughters, age 3 and 5, lived with us for a few months in 1990. After …

What dads really want for Father’s Day

National spending for Father’s Day last year set at record at $17 billion according to the National Retail Federation (nrf.com). This year is expected to top that record at $20 billion as …

Carversville Farm Foundation has committed to donating fifty thousand pounds of organic vegetables to low-income residents through the Bucks County Opportunity Council this year. Amidst rising …

A curated selection of international rosé wines, oysters and hors d’oeuvres will be on the menu for Rosé on the River in Downtown Easton.The event will be hosted by, and is a …

The Friends of the Delaware Canal partnered with Owowcow Creamery to host an evening of ice cream and a stroll on June 23.Attendees should meet at 6 p.m. in the parking lot behind the …

Shop maskless in the open air

What a difference a week makes.With the governor’s mask requirements lifted for outdoor venues, shoppers thronged to the Doylestown Farmers Market in downtown Doylestown last Saturday with only …

Through its new Feeding School Kids initiative, The Giant Company together with its customers raised more than $3.3 million to address the issue of childhood hunger throughout local public school …

Grundy Museum in Bristol hosts a June 26 Takeout Lunch designed to welcome guests back to the museum and its grounds, and to serve as a fundraiser for the 2021 Can Do More Campaign to conserve, …

If you don’t count pollen, spring is a great time of year. Days are warmer and with more sunshine. The birds have come back to the houses they left last fall. Flowers are colorful. And, …

The sweetest season has arrived for strawberry fans.From late May through the first weeks of June this favorite crop puts the store-bought varieties to shame with its intense flavor and …

Main St. Missions, the nonprofit behind the Corinne Sikora Wellness and Support Center, has been hard at work securing a partnership with one of Bucks County’s premier organic markets, …

Heading out of the pandemic, the Bucks County Wine Trail offers an opportunity for socializing and sampling locally made wines. The wine trail, which is comprised of six family-owned wineries, is …

The Farm Cooking School in Titusville, N.J., announces its upcoming Culinary Retreat during the 4th of July weekend.Students will immerse themselves in a relaxed but intensive weekend of cooking and …

Trucks and Coffee

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Ryan Prezioso, Mary Deas and Tiffany Pedone, owners of GI Juice & Java in Buckingham Green, are outside their store May 15, during Trucks and Coffee, an event they held to promote healthy living …

Kathy Heck is gone, but her spirit will be present when her beloved restaurant, The Talking Teacup, reopens under new ownership in June.

Bucks County Foodshed Alliance and Buy Fresh Buy Local Bucks County announce the 2021 series of farm evenings that introduce consumers to the local small-scale producers who put the freshest foods …

Leftovers often make a better meal than the original. They also allow a cook to be creative. We have a small roast chicken about every other week. Since it only is the two of us, there always are …

Break out the grill, invite family and friends and start planning your Memorial Day menu; in addition to honoring the nation’s war dead, May 31 will be a day to celebrate getting together …

Hunterdon Land Trust Farmers’ Market kicks off a new season Sunday, May 16. Approximately 25 local farmers and vendors will offer an array of organic produce; all-natural beef, chicken and …

Mother Nature has played an exceedingly difficult trick on France’s wine industry this spring. In mid-March, temperatures rose well above average there, peaking at 79°F, which forced most …

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