Who We Are

Bucks County Foodshed Alliance is an organization of consumers, producers and other stakeholders working together to strengthen our local farming economy and improve availability of local, healthy, sustainably grown food for all members of our community.


Connect

BCFA serves as a link to bring together the consumers and producers who share an interest in a strong, sustainable food system in Bucks County.

Educate

BCFA delivers exceptional, informative and low- or no-cost programs for those interested in nutritious, sustainable food in Bucks County.

Collaborate

BCFA builds vital relationships with local and regional government, schools, social services, businesses, land stewards and others to strengthen our local food sytem, ecosystems, community, and economy.

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Wrightstown Winter Farmers Market - Jan. 9

Saturday, January 9th: Nourishment for a New YearA Full House of Vendors Plus a New Pop-Up Custard Vendor!
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Harissa Carrots and Pita Recipes for BCFA Cooking Live!

Harissa Carrots  Recipe by Chef Kelly Unger of The Rooster & The Carrot Cooking Studio Serves 4 4 large or 6 medium carrots, cut into pieces the size of your index finger 1 large onion, julienned 1 tablespoon Harissa powder, plus more to taste (McCormick’s brand for example) About ½ cup of water, plus more if needed Olive oil, salt and pepper In a 12” cast iron skillet, heat about a tablespoon of oil on high and saute the onions until translucent. Add the carrots and cook on medium high heat until they are charred on two sides - about 5 minutes. By this time the onions should be charred as well. Reduce the heat to low, add another tablespoon of oil and when the pan has cooled down a bit, add the harissa and stir to coat all of the carrots. Add about ½ cup of water, stir and cover. Cook the carrots for about 5 more minutes on medium low or at a high simmer until the carrots are fork tender. If the water evaporates before the carrots are cooked, add just enough to finish cooking them. Taste and adjust seasonings. Take carrots off the heat and finish with a drizzle of olive oil and additional sprinkle of harissa if you prefer more heat/spice. Serve stuffed inside freshly made pita bread with hummus and fresh microgreens or salad greens of your choice.  Note: if making fresh pita bread, make prior to the start of the Facebook Live event. Pita bread instructions will not be part of this event. Otherwise, purchase pita bread and Harissa powder from Organnons.   
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