Bucks County food

by Frank Quattrone The new kid on the block in Bristol’s blossoming renaissance and dining scene is a cozy little BYOB with a peculiarly descriptive name — Jules@Market – Farm to Table Seafood & Chop House. Jules Soto, the charming owner and... more

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In his much-acclaimed book “How to Cook Everything The Basics,” Mark Bittman defines sautéing as “cooking food in a skillet with some oil or butter (usually at least a couple of tablespoons) to brown it on the outside, while keeping it tender and... more

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Bet you can’t guess what Eggplant Caponata, Thai BBQ Shrimp, Spicy Tofu Stir Fry, Coq au Vin, and Brazilian BBQ Chicken have in common. Hmm . . . I thought so. These dishes are all available on the first menu of Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar... more

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Organic, a now familiar word we see or hear every day in newspapers, magazines, supermarkets, commercials and conversations. But not long ago that word did not roll off our tongues so often. Some of the basic ideas of organic farming are the... more

Christine’s Restaurant, a staple in Yardley for the past fifteen years, is all about family. You can feel it as you leave the bustle of Oxford Valley Road behind. The warm, earthen colors, the understated simplicity of the main dining room... more

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It’s said Christmas is best spent with family and friends. But what happens when your loved ones are far away? You’re new to the area? Just want a romantic holiday getaway? Or, by happenstance, find the season with no tree to gather around... more

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But, as might be expected, guests are drawn to a restaurant more for its food than its décor, and here too Earl’s New American excels. That’s because the chef has fully embraced the new approach, transforming Earl’s menu from fine American... more

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Cookies have been delighting children and adults alike for more than 1,300 years. The earliest style of cookies dates back to 7th-century Persia, which was one of the first countries to cultivate sugar. By definition, cookies differ from cakes... more

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Simply Fresh by McCaffrey’s is in a landmark building that has been lovingly restored. The Doylestown location features the “best of” McCaffrey’s: the highest quality produce, meat, seafood, cheese, deli, bakery, and floral, along with chef... more

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Normally I can’t wait for Memorial Day to herald in summer. But this year I have my sight set on July. That’s when Chef AJ Buehrer throws his crab fest in his restaurant, the Karlton Cafe in Quakertown. It’s a month-long celebration that features... more

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Local runs deep in Bucks County. From our farm markets where you can buy produce picked that morning, eggs that were laid a few hours ago and pasture-raised chicken, beef, pork and lamb to our wineries—great for stopping by for a tasting or... more

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It happens every year. I vow to turn our local summer fruit into choice conserves and spicy savories to serve in winter with cheese or to accompany a standing rib, roasted duck or salmon fillet. But before I know it I’m pulling Christmas decorations more

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aven’t met Mike and Franca Grispino. You probably know them better as the Altomonte family, owners of the popular Altomonte’s Italian Market & Delicatessen stores in Warminster and Doylestown. In 1982, when thinking of a name for their market ... more

Chuck Thomas Has been called the Pied Piper of Good Food. And if you follow him, he’ll lead you to the best sticky buns, perfectly grilled branzino, scrumptious stollen and a flavorful Indian tandoori. more

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Jim Gannon’s belief in the saying “you are what you eat” is so strong he opened a store that sells only organic and all-natural foods. Called Organnons Natural Market, the store is located in the Carousel Village on Durham Road in Wrightstown. more

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In a little takeout restaurant in Morrisville, Mike Winckler makes what many people in the area consider to be the best ribs in the whole world more

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What we may think of as weeds to be pulled and thrown away, forager Tama Matsuoka Wong will be picking for a chef at one of Philadelphia’s top restaurants more

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