Dave Mergen & Dave Demko of Just Food(Buckingham, PA) and The Market at DelVal(Doylestown, PA). The Daves are cooking up a storm! Come for samples of:
*Pork Sliders*, *Mascarpone Canapes with Local Peach Salsa*, and *Roasted Corn Salad with Fresh Tomatoes and Mozzarella
Make a Live Pressed Plant Frame with Wendy Sheahan
Apple Ridge Farm, Bee Well Honey, Baptist Church Farm, Blooming Glen Farm,
Bucks County Cookie Company, Bucks County Taste Photography, Caramel’s Crunchy Dog Cookies, Coffee Scoop,
Crossing Vineyard and Winery,
Doc Baker’s Farmulations, Fulper Family Farmstead,
Holben Valley Farm, Hollandview Farm, Locktown Farm,
Lower Mountain Road Pottery, LUHV Food, M&E Cake DeZigns, Mainly Mushrooms, Mediterra, Marie’s Soap Co.,
Milk House Farm Market, Offbeat Gourmet, Owen Moon Ceramics, Philading,
Purely Farm’s Naturally Pasture-Raised Meats, Promised Land Natural Farm, Ristorante Aida,
Rolling Hills Farm, Solebury Orchards, The Dog Bone Guy, Truly Pure and Natural,
Whisk n’ Roll Bakery, The Wayfare Baker
Cucina Verde, LUHV, Truly Pure and Natural, Whisk n’ Roll Bakery
Vendor Note: Robert Dumont of Farmstead Foods will not be at the market for some time due to a kitchen fire at his restaurant. He hopes to be back soon!
Cindy Ruenes plays guitar and sings her originals and covers regularly at open mics and other musical venues throughout the Delaware Valley. She is often joined by her brother, guitarist/singer, Steve Rocca. Their musical style is influenced by their San Francisco Bay Area roots as well as Mary Chapin Carpenter, Shawn Colvin, Sheryl Crow, James Taylor, Bob Dylan, the Counting Crows and Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young.
Special Guest Presentation: Food Writer Becky Libourel Diamond
THE THOUSAND DOLLAR DINNER: AMERICA’S FIRST GREAT COOKERY CHALLENGE
BECKY LIBOUREL DIAMOND is a food writer who specializes in reconstructing eighteenth- and nineteenth-century American recipes. She is the author of The Thousand Dollar Dinner, the unique story of a nineteenth century culinary challenge between Philadelphia chef James Parkinson and the Delmonico family of New York. The result was a luxurious seventeen-course feast that helped launch fine restaurant dining in America as we know it today. She is also the author of Mrs. Goodfellow: The Story of America’s First Cooking School.
For The Kids in the Music Tent: ECOMAN returns! interactive music making for little ones (10-1pm)
and Old Timey Games with Susan Pierson
Food Truck Today: Bonjour Creperie! Come get your crepe on!
With the help of generous new sponsors St. Mary Medical Center (Chef Program Sponsor) and Organnon’s Natural Market (Special Event Sponsor) and returning loyal sponsors Univest-Banking, Insurance, Investments, First National Bank and Trust Company and Bucks County Taste the market will offer a delightful array of fun and educational programming for the whole community. Thank you sponsors!
We are a local, producer-only market promoting sustainable farming practices such as organic vegetables, flowers and fruit production and pastured, naturally raised animal products free of antibiotics or hormones.