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Category Archives: Food
Leg Up Farm plans to build a market to sell locally grown fruits and vegetables and other items as part of its plans for a 23-acre site it owns in Manchester Township. The Mount Wolf-based nonprofit is turning the … Continue reading
Chick-fil-A isn’t the only restaurant giving away free food. Baron Von Schwein will be giving out a coupon for a free pork bun to the first 300 customers who show up at 11 a.m. Monday (July 14) for the grand … Continue reading
Healthy World Cafe, a nonprofit restaurant where patrons pay what they can afford, is targeting early November for the opening for its new location in downtown York. The restaurant, which sources its products from local farms, will open for lunch … Continue reading
I had a chance to catch up by phone the other day with Toni Calderone, half of the husband-and-wife duo that runs Tutoni’s, the new farm-to-table Italian restaurant on North George Street in downtown York. Tutoni’s, which opened May 21, … Continue reading
More than 8,500 people filled downtown York Friday night for the second Foodstruck event. When I read Christina Clarke’s (You probably know her as the owner of Sunrise Soap) comments on the YDR Facebook post below, I had to share it … Continue reading
Last year, I got a free 20-pound turkey from Giant. I just like free things. But, to be honest, I didn’t know what to do with it. (Aside from posing it in weird positions.) I’m usually a pretty good cook, … Continue reading
I tend to grocery shop hungry, so I developed rules to keep myself from impulse shopping.
The girls are still working toward their goal, but making significant progress.