Double Pumpkin Pasta Sauce by Chef Kelly Unger

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From Chef Kelly Unger, The Rooster & The Carrot

I love using pumpkin in savory recipes as much as sweet. I created this Double Pumpkin Pasta Sauce recipe for LoRe Pasta and the Doylestown Farmers Market. I wanted to show you how versatile pumpkin can be and give you a delicious yet easy recipe using farmers market ingredients. Every great dish starts with the best ingredients and our local farmers and producers give us those ingredients. This recipe demonstrates that good food doesn't have to be complicated.

 

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Organic Farming Certificate Program at DelVal

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From Delaware Valley University:

The Organic Farming Program is a 36-credit, one-year certificate program offered through a partnership between Delaware Valley University and Rodale Institute. The program can lead to a rewarding career producing food in a way that restores, maintains and enhances the natural world. Organic agriculture promotes and enhances biodiversity, biological cycles and soil biological activity. It is based on minimal use of off-farm inputs. Students take courses such as: Commercial Vegetable Production, Organic Food and Fiber, Principles of Sustainable Agriculture, Plant Health Management and Soil Biology. They also apply what they learn at both Delaware Valley University and Rodale Institute during practicums. 

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Fermenting Drinks How-To

On Wednesday, October 4th, BCFA held a Fermenting Drinks Workshop at Plumsteadville Grange that attracted 50+ participants! Angela of Sole Kombucha detailed the in and outs of the Kombucha process, Gene Taylor instructed on how he makes Dairy Kefir, and Susan Peirson of BCFA's Advisory Board taught how to make Beet Kvass, Apple Cider Fizzy, and Buttermilk. Attendees enjoyed sampling the probiotic-rich drinks after the lessons and left the event ready to ferment all types of beneficial drinks!

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Lacking for Space? Try Container Gardening

by Jackie Edwards

Not everyone in Bucks County is blessed with a large enough garden or yard to grow vegetables or herbs. It can seem like a hopeless situation, but it’s not. Container gardening offers people with all kinds of properties - even balconies in an apartment block, the chance to grow a wide variety of plants and flowers. Furthermore, each container can become its own microcosm with its own soil type and composition, which means you can grow a wider variety than is possible in the ground.

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Meet Wrightstown Farmers Market's 2017 Vendors

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Wrightstown Farmers Market is a mecca for shoppers looking for fresh vegetables grown using organic practices and for a variety of meats and dairy products from animals grown on local, lush pastures and without hormones or antibiotics. Chef demonstrations, children's activities and other programs go beyond the food, and the live music adds atmosphere that makes Wrightstown Farmers Market a destination for good food and good company all year round. 

Meet the 2017 Vendors:

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Happy New Year at WFM Winter Market

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Saturday, January 14th 

Hours: 10 - 12 pm

 

Shop your favorite vendors in the Barn @ The Gathering 

2324 2nd Street Pike 

1/2 mile north of the regular market.

Penns Park Road and Second Street Pike 

 

 

Shop your same favorite foods and treats: produce, meats, breads, preserved foods, chocolates, plus great locally made products by Lower Mountain Road Pottery, Marie's Soaps, and Woodsedge Farm.


 

JANUARY MARKETS:

January 14th and 28th

FEBRUARY-APRIL MARKETS:

2nd and 4th Saturdays


 

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Grits and Greens: Recipe by Chef Kelly Unger

Bucks County Foodshed Alliance will opened the new year with its annual meeting on Wednesday, January 4, at the Plumsteadville Grange. The event featured a potluck dinner and a local foods cooking demonstration with BCFA Board Member, Chef Kelly Unger.

Kelly Unger is a Farm to Table chef who teaches cooking classes. She shares her recipes on her blog/website, The Rooster & The Carrot. As a passionate local food advocate she believes "nutrition is best when food is locally grown, without chemicals, eaten seasonally and prepared with love." Chef Kelly demonstrated and provided samples of the winter recipe below that is easy, healthy and delicious. 


 

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Wrightstown Winter Farmers Market Opening Indoors

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Wrightstown Winter Farmers Market Opening Indoors This Saturday, December 10th

The Wrightstown Winter Farmers Market opens this season in a new indoor location with new hours. Find us only ¼ mile up the road heading north of our regular season market. Meet us at the barn at The Gathering, 2324 Second Street Pike, Wrightstown, PA (use Newtown for the GPS). Hours are 10-12 PM.

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Doylestown Farmers Market

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Bucks County Foodshed Alliance

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Doylestown Farmers Market

 

Working together as one

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2nd Annual Bucks Foodshed 5K was a Success

Bucks County Foodshed Alliance held its second annual Foodshed 5K Saturday, September 3. All proceeds from the race benefitted BCFA, a grassroots nonprofit dedicated to building a resilient local food system in our community through education and collaboration. There was a great turnout of 123 runners who enjoyed the beautiful weather, prizes, refreshments, race t-shirt, and scenic course. The 2016 Foodshed 5K was a success!

 

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