Blue moon acres farm has built loyalty among Philadelphia’s chefs with their vegetables and microgreens, which chefs use to add color and flavor to restaurant dishes. Now, they’re rebuilding their farm with Winter Market Dollars, a customer loyalty program. Jim and Kathy Lyons opened a retail market on their farm in Pennington, New Jersey, duringMore
Brewer's Plate, March 9, 2014 at the Kimmel Center; General Admission $55 and up, VIP tickets starting at $115.Philadelphia foodies and beer buffs can join like-minded others and head to the Brewer’s Plate, a Fair Food fundraiser that showcases pairings from local brewers and chefs. The event, which will be held March 9, began 10More
The first snow of winter sits heavy and wet as photographer Christian Hunold and I explore Morris Park by the rich light of dawn. The snow clings to every branch and twig, surrounding us in a tunnel of glowing white as we walk the path along the west branch of Indian Creek.
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Those champing at the bit for more local food culture news can now scoop up Edible Philly. Edible Communities, the family of more than 75 publications dedicated to connecting consumers to the vibrant world of healthful local food, added the new member in November.More
Heckler's recent Jan. 14 podcast featured David Siller, local forager, pictured aboveIf you’ve ever wanted to learn more about the farmer who pruned your peaches and cultivated your kale, now you can. Since October, Chester County USDA-certified organic vegetable farmer Dan Heckler has hosted Jack’s Farm Radio, a weekly podcast in which he interviews organicMore
Story and Photos by Bradley MauleWilliam Allen wielded a lot of influence in colonial Pennsylvania—he was a merchant who built upon his father’s fortune, he helped finance the construction of Independence Hall, and he was a one-term Philadelphia mayor and a longtime chief justice of the Province of Pennsylvania. Mount Airy, his nine-acre estate, gaveMore