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Food News / August 2019

Written by County Lines Magazine

A few of our favorite things to share with you this month about local food and drink.

Farm Dinners

Savor the full culinary experience at one of Rushton Farm’s remaining Field-to-Feast dinners. Meet at the Rushton Conservation Center, walk through the farm, gather produce and help prepare a very farm-fresh meal. Dinners will be held August 28 and September 25, from 5 to 8 p.m. Bring along your favorite beer or wine to these BYOB dinners. $75 per adult. 925 Providence Rd., Newtown Square.


A Cook’s Tour

Honor the legacy of Anthony Bourdain and follow in his footsteps along the new Anthony Bourdain Food Trail in New Jersey. The trail features 10 eateries Bourdain visited
in an episode of his food and travel show, Parts Unknown. At each restaurant, be on the lookout for a plaque with an image of Bourdain peeking over the top of his sunglasses. A great way to celebrate the life of this New Jersey food icon!


Let them eat cake!

You’ve heard of gender reveal cakes, but now it looks like people are finding other reasons to celebrate with cake of many color options and unusual messages. From college acceptances (college colors), to vasectomy announcements, to—with a twist on the original gender reveal—the gender transition cake, cake reveals seem to be more than a passing fad. Work with a local bakery for your creative new cake messages!


Baked Good

Rye, sourdough, whole wheat, einkorn—sink your teeth into fresh bread from Green Lion Breads, and support a good cause! Green Lion Breads works with Partners Creating Community helping adults with mental health issues and developmental and intellectual challenges learn skills to prepare for employment. Working more than 30 hours a week, participants take on responsibilities for day-to-day tasks like delivery, milling, sales, packaging, managing inventory and baking prep. Do good while eating well. 400 Franklin Ave., Ste. 238, Phoenixville.




Hot Dog!

Keep your pup cool this summer with a frozen treat—ice cream by The Bear & The Rat. Available at Whole Foods Markets, these glacial goodies are created specifically for your four-legged friend and are packed with quality ingredients good for their digestive health. With peanut butter, bacon, banana and coconut flavors to choose from, your pup will thank you—and give you an extra sweet kiss.;

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