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Backyard Bosses Are Fired Up

Summer means vacations, swimming, outdoor adventures … and the backyard grill. We sat down with some of Centre County’s best backyard chefs—masters of grilling, barbecuing, and smoking. In a nutshell, they explain, grilling means cooking over a fire, hot and fast. Barbecue means low and slow, and smoking means cooking something with smoke—also low and slow.
STATE COLLEGE, PA
State College

The Blonde Bistro Moving to New Location with On-Site Brew House

A Bellefonte-area restaurant is headed to a new location and adding its own craft beer to the menu. The Blonde Bistro owner Ciara Semack confirmed Friday on Facebook that this week she finalized the purchase the former Old Farmhouse Eatery and Brewery building at 226 Nittany Valley Drive in Zion.
BELLEFONTE, PA
State College

Taste of the Month: Burger and a (Loaded) Shake?

When it comes to gourmet burgers and shakes in Happy Valley, BRGR offers a menu and atmosphere unlike any other. BRGR is located at 122 W. College Ave., the former Citizens Bank building. According to manager Dan Geiger, the location housed the first-ever bank in State College. First National Bank of State College had operated out of a room in the postmistress’s house from 1907 until moving in 1911 into the brand-new 122 W. College Ave. building.
STATE COLLEGE, PA
IN AARONSBURG
WTAJ

Perry Wellington 4.5 – A Toast to the Fourth of July

Sponsored Content by Perry Wellington Realty, LLC. The Perry Wellington Realty team is excited for the Fourth of July and while George Pisanick is on vacation, the gang wanted to have a toast and talk about his “Little beers” from last week. “Wine ice cream float” anyone?
LEWISTOWN, PA

Mayfield Restaurant moving location to Capitol Hotel

BLAIR COUNTY, Pa (WTAJ)–The Mayfield Restaurant in Hollidaysburg is already upgrading its location after opening in November 2020. The American restaurant is moving up the street to the old Capital Hotel on Allegheny Street. The new location will triple its number of seating of 26 and will feature a bar downstairs. Owner Maddy Martinsen said […]
HOLLIDAYSBURG, PA
Lancaster Farming

Fruit Pudding Cake

1 quart cherries, peaches, blackberries, raspberries or blueberries. Mix butter, sugar and eggs together. Add flour, baking powder and milk. Mix well. Pour half of batter into a 9x13-inch cake pan. Sprinkle fruit of choice over batter, and top with remaining batter. Bake at 350 F for 1 hour. We...
MCCLURE, PA
State College

Sowers Market offers home delivery of local produce

HOUSERVILLE — Houserville now has its own Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) farm. Sowers Market supplies locally grown vegetables and greens to Sowers Harvest Café in State College. Also, since May 2021, it has offered CSA subscriptions to the public for weekly or biweekly deliveries of vegetables and fruit.
STATE COLLEGE, PA
State College

Penn State Berkey Creamery Unveils New Arts Festival Ice Cream Flavor

Penn State’s Berkey Creamery newest flavor celebrates the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts, and you won’t need to wait until the festival to try it for free. Festival Fudge is vanilla ice cream with a raspberry swirl and chunks of chocolate fudge. Arts Festival staff and volunteers will be serving dishes of the new flavor from 5 to 7 p.m. on July 1 outside Schlow Centre Region Library as part of Downtown State College’s First Friday.
STATE COLLEGE, PA
Digital Collegian

Penn State Berkey Creamery announces new flavor for Arts Fest 2022

The Penn State Berkey Creamery will introduce a new ice cream flavor for the 2022 Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts, according to a recent release. The new flavor is called "Festival Fudge" and is composed of vanilla ice cream with raspberry swirls and chunks of chocolate fudge, according to the release.
PENN, PA
Onward State

Happy Valley Restaurant Week To Begin June 20

It’s the most delicious time of the year for the State College foodies. Happy Valley Restaurant Week will kick off on Monday, June 20, and conclude on Sunday, June 26. For one week only, more than 20 local restaurants will offer special dishes on their menus. This year, you’ll see a range of unique dishes, including smoked duck breast, a deconstructed spring roll platter, and even a “Circus Freak” buttered popcorn milkshake.
STATE COLLEGE, PA