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January 14, 2011

Welcome to the New Year!

    This newsletter includes a wrap-up of 2010 - what we think some of the best local food trends are in Bucks County and nearby - as well as where you can eat some excellent chicken wings, an overview of winter farmers' markets and the tasty Riegelsville Inn. Much thanks to our new contributor, John C. Scott.

Hope you enjoy it. Stay warm and eat well,

Lynne Goldman & Mark Feffer,
Cody & Canta

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BCT Best of 2010

    By now you are probably tired of seeing these retrospective articles, one critic's opinion of the best and worst of 2010. It does seem obligatory this time of year. So here's one more... When I started thinking of what I might write to review the local food scene in Bucks County, I thought mostly of all the positive trends [...]


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    It's a new year, and surprisingly I'm in a good mood about it. I usually burrow in this time of year, grumbling about the cold and longing for the appearance of spring vegetables and baseball season. Allow me one last look at 2010, however, as we celebrate positive food trends in our neck of the woods [...]  


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2010 - Best wings in (Upper) Bucks

by guest blogger John C. Scott

Chicken Wings

    The holiday shopping is over, the afternoons are bleak, the weather girl is calling for snow and my beer flavor has transitioned from the lighter pale ales to a nice, dark, cold-weather stout. It is time to tally up some scores collected over the year, pour a glass of wine, and revisit some of the best places to get wings in Upper Bucks County.


Want to know The Top Ten Places for Wings?  Read on [...]

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Ottsville Winter Farmers' Market    Look in the coming weeks for several farmers' markets (yes, in January) in Wrightstown, New Hope, Ottsville and Stockton. On January 8th, the Ottsville Indoor Farmers' Market made their debut. It's going on in the greenhouse at Linden Hill Gardens, so don't worry about freezing your butt off. Read more about other area winter markets [...] 


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by guest blogger John C. Scott  


    Several miles up the Delaware, as far north and as far east as you can go and still be footed in Bucks County, rests a proud standing building, welcoming travelers as they enter Pennsylvania from the Jersey side and enticing those leaving one last time with a beckon from [...]


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English Peas    People always seem a little surprised when I say I don't watch the Food Network or any of the other foodie channels. I know some of the programming is good, but...it always feels a little silly to me. I know, I know. You probably think I'm a cooking snob or something. But, really, I'd rather be EATING [...]


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