Tagged with Rachel Weston

Area farmers markets hit the home stretch

Area farmers markets hit the home stretch

We’ve been at peak summer season for a few weeks now, but are quickly heading into fall. Here’s some of the news I’ve recently received from area markets. 31 & Main Farmers Market at Campus Town Campus Town is located adjacent to The College of New Jersey,(GPS address: 1928 Pennington Road/Route 31) in Ewing, and kicked … Continue reading

Farmers Markets start their engines!

Farmers Markets start their engines!

The season is upon us. The thirteenth year of the West Windsor Community Farmers Market kicks off on Saturday, May 7 at 9:00am at the Vaughn Drive Commuter Lot in West Windsor. (Information on other area markets is below.) With sixteen regional farms, twelve artisan food and natural product vendors, weekly community groups, live music, special events and cooking … Continue reading

Crazy For Cookbooks Photos are posted

Crazy For Cookbooks Photos are posted

With thanks to Princeton Public Library’s Janie Hermann, here is the link for the photos from the Crazy For Cookbooks event at the Princeton Public Library earlier this month at which panelists, including area food writers, chefs and publishers, discussed what makes a good cookbook and revealed their personal favorites. The panel included Yours Truly; Christopher Hirsheimer and Melissa … Continue reading

July in the Farmers Markets

July in the Farmers Markets

We’re into serious summer season now, and berries and all sorts of other goodies are appearing in the markets. Here’s what’s up at three of our local venues, and remember to bring recyclable bags. The Forrestal Village Farmers Market takes place each Friday, 11:00am-2:00pm, through September 25, except for July 3 when they’re closed. July … Continue reading

July’s Best Bites (and into August…)

I’m late doing my July wrap-up, so have included a few photos from early August, too, although they are in no particular order. From hot dogs with First Field Jersey Relish to Foie Gras enjoyed at the bar at the Peacock Inn (sooo relaxing there), it was a great month. I especially enjoyed getting to … Continue reading