Bucks County Taste Blue Moon Acres micro greens; photo courtesy of Blue Moon Acres

April 8, 2011  



Even though it's a little damp today, the buds on the Magnolia and Pear trees are going full steam ahead, as are my "late" daffodils. And, of course, the Spring holidays are almost upon us. Passover begins Monday evening, April 18th and Easter is Sunday, April 24th. And for you atheists, just go frolicking through the green grass.

Join me for the first FARM-TO-TABLE Dinner of the season next Saturday, April 16th at Crossing Vineyards in Washington Crossing. I'll be the guest speaker at a
five-course gourmet meal including Crossing Vineyards' internationally-acclaimed wines paired with the best in seasonal, local fare with an elegant twist. Click here to learn more and see the menu.

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Be well, 


Lynne Goldman & Mark Feffer,
Cody & Canta


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