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Botanical Bulletin: Peaches

by Alex Dadio, Doylestown Market Manager drupe /dro͞op/ Noun BOTANY a fleshy fruit with thin skin and a central stone containing the seed, e.g., a plum, peach, cherry, almond, or olive. Growing up, I had childhood fantasies of joining James and his band of insect...

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Seasonal Spotlight: Sweet Corn

By Chef Kelly Unger of The Rooster & The Carrot Cooking Studio farm to table cooking classes July means corn and the peaches that are just around the corner. I love corn! It is versatile and tasty. Once you’ve had your fill of corn on the cob - well, maybe...

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Meet the Wild Allium Family

We got to the root of this group's most famous members: onion, garlic and shallot By BCFA Special Correspondent Courtney Linder Much like a French Mirepoix, the best things in life include carrots, onion, and celery. We're imagining comforting chicken soups,...


Onion and Poppy Seed Bialys

These soft and chewy cousins of bagels are a stalwart of Polish bakeries, where their hole-less centers are filled with caramelized onions and poppy seeds. Yield: makes about 1 1/2 Dozen Learn more about the wild allium...

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Wrightstown Winter Farmers Market

Visit Wrightstown Farmers Market! Saturday Feb 13th This Week's Vendors Apple Ridge Farm - Sourdough starter and wood oven baked breads, baked goods, and pizza, plus farm products vegan chili and pot pies. Pre-order available. Order and pre-pay by 7 am Thursday...

Sacred Cow Movie Review

Pasture-raised Meat; Your Key to Heart and Bone Health By Shari Rossmann and Susan Pierson At our small and careful Thanksgiving gathering, the conversation turned, as it often does in my family, to health and nutrition. My brother Bob (Farm to City farmers'...

Meet the Humble Carrot

Sure, the days feel shorter than ever, as the sun crests behind the hills in Eastern Pennsylvania at around 4:30 p.m. or so, but that doesn't mean that your cooking has to become equally dreary. Really, the dark, cold nights are an incredible excuse to bust out the stockpot and whip up a hearty Irish-style beef stew with maple and stout, or a pile of roasted root vegetables, seasoned well and caramelized on a sheet pan in the oven. Maybe even a carrot tart with ricotta and feta will feel just indulgent enough.

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