Valarie Patterson and Timothy Guenther love living in an old stone Bucks County house. Granted the life they live here isn’t for everyone. They love history and like living simply. In fact, living simply is something that they are used to. more »
Who doesn’t love Buffalo chicken wings? From neighborhood tap rooms to tony country clubs and to get-togethers with family and friends, this lip-smackin’ finger food is a perennial favorite ... more »
Recently my husband and I drove to Palmer Square, in the heart of Princeton, New Jersey. Admittedly, it was our first time there, but it certainly won’t be our last. We met Ron Menapace who, along with his wife, Kristin, owns The Farmhouse Store. more »
Dec 6, 2014 1:08 PM
Cold is an absence, a breakdown of sustenance—something subtracted from the hurriedness of heat. Its dissipation is a hard lesson for those who see complexity coming from stuff. Snow-covered trees speak of a necessary Providence. more »
It’s the lighting in Jas Szygiel’s paintings that draws you in first. That’s because many of his landscapes depict that time of day known as the golden hour—early in the morning or near dusk when light takes on a glowing, magical quality. more »
It's never easy to launch a new restaurant, particularly in a suburban locale where the existing options are mainly chain restaurants and pizza shops. People are used to going elsewhere for more stylish dining options. more »
Dec 6, 2014 1:34 PM
Neatly tucked between the canal and an established restaurant in New Hope is Olivia’s Bridge Street Inn, a small B&B with eight distinctly different guest rooms. Named for owners James and Celeste Manitta’s young daughter ... more »
My father was one of the great chefs of Europe, trained aboard the Cunard Cruise Line, and he instilled in me a liking for good food at an early age, showing how the addition of a particular herb as a garnish or vinaigrette could significantly ... more »
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