If they want the local food scene to gain status with tourists the locals need to step up and support these establishments. Up until the advent of mass production and processing it was all more or less locavore and the people ate better than they do today. Farm-to-table dining is one way for locals and visitors to get back to the region’s true agricultural roots, regardless of whether you have Pennsylvania Dutch heritage or not.
→ Mark Your Calendars for the 25th Annual Pennsylvania Dutch Festival! - Reading Terminal Market
→ Fox Meadows Creamery & Country Market to open in late April outside Ephrata - LancasterOnline Fox Meadows will be a farm-to-table creamery that will use the milk from from its own dairy ...
→ Roosevelt Tavern: A gourmet farm-to-table experience - FlipSidePA.com
→ Paradise Farmers Market opens May 17 with 25 vendors The market will be open every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. through Sept. 27 on the grounds of the former ...
→ Sustainable, organic farming grows out of niche market - LancasterOnline
→ Lehigh Valley fall festivals: a guide - The Morning Call Please note the Scarecrow Fest at The Easton Farmer's Market has been cancelled.
→ A touch of Lancaster in Doylestown Township - Bucks County Courier Time More info on Sandy Ridge Farm's Amish Market.
Mark Your Calendars for the 25th Annual Pennsylvania Dutch Festival!
Fox Meadows Creamery & Country Market to open in late April outside Ephrata
Roosevelt Tavern: A gourmet farm-to-table experience
Paradise Farmers Market opens May 17 with 25 vendors
Wyebrook Farm – Sustainable, organic farming grows out of niche market
Lehigh Valley fall festivals guide
The Amish Market at Sandy Ridge Farm: A touch of Lancaster in Doylestown Township