Just a reminder to all our residents that our community pool opens on Saturday, May 25, 2013! Please make sure to have your pool identification card with you when you enter the pool area. Please be courteous to your neighbors and please obey the posted rules and regulations. If you are in need of a pool identification card please visit the leasing office and we will be happy to assist you.
We are planning on having a movie night on July 31, 2013 sponsored by Comcast! This will take place in the picnic area located outside of the pool. All residents would need to bring along their own chairs or blankets to sit on. We will have popcorn, ice cream, and assorted beverages for this event. We will be featuring a Disney movie so it is kid friendly. Best of all, it's all for free! So come on out and join us for a movie night under the stars!
The Maple Avenue Entrance will be closed for paving repairs from Tuesday, May 28, 2013 through Friday May 31, 2013. Please use either the entrance on School Road or Stratford Avenue to enter or exit the community. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your understanding.
If anyone is interested in participating in a community yard sale this fall please contact Liz Asbury at (215) 855-0500. If we have enough interested residents we will schedule on for some time in September. If you are interested please let us know by July 31, 2013.
Back by popular demand, Hatfield Village will be handing out free ice cream treats on Wednesday, June 19, 2013 from 3-6 p.m. Stop by the leasing office to grab your treat. The ice cream truck will also be cruising the community at that time to hand out a sweet treat to residents as well! See if you spot the ice cream truck, and if you do, holler out for your treat!
Hatfield Village will be closed in observance of Memorial Day (5/27/2013). We will re-open at normal business hours on Tuesday, May 28, 2013. Please be advised that our maintenance department will be closed also EXCEPT for true maintenance emergencies. We wish all a wonderful day filled with joy! Don't forget our pool is open!
The staff of Hatfield Village Apartments will have the people of Oklahoma in our thoughts today as they recover from the recent tornados.
With a menu that changes frequently to experiment with new flavor combinations, Honey is a Doylestown destination for local foodies seeking an adventurous meal. The menu's primarily small plates, encouraging you to try new tastes. Though marketed as New American, Honey features cuisine influenced by many cuisines. These influences are obvious in such varied dishes as Chinese 5 Spice Sweet Potato Fries, Veal Cheek Carnitas, Shrimp & Grits, and Duck Samosas. Honey's is housed in a small brick building, and you should expect to interact with fellow diners and maybe make a new friend or two! A large drink list rounds out Honey's menu, along with several exquisite desserts. A fun, hip place to start a night on the town, Honey delivers all on fronts.
42 Shewell Avenue
Doylestown, PA 18901
•2 tablespoons of vegetable stock or water
•½ medium onion (150g), diced
•½ green bell pepper (100g), diced
•1 ½ cups diced celery (150g)
•3 cloves of garlic, minced
•1 14oz can of diced tomatoes
•2 15oz cans of red beans, drained from their goo (I used a can of small and a can of large. Did not disappoint.)
•1 teaspoon smoked paprika
•1 teaspoon oregano
•½ – 1 teaspoon creole/cajun seasoning
•½ teaspoon cayenne
•¼ teaspoon ground black pepper
•½ – ¾ salt
•2 8oz packages of ground seitan (I use WestSoy)
•½ medium onion (150g), diced
•1 ½ cups dice celery (150g)
•2 cloves of garlic
•1 head of cauliflower, cut into florets
Make some red beans…
In a large pot, heat up your vegetable stock or water over medium heat. Cook the onions, celery, bell pepper, and garlic for 3-5 minutes or until they’re soft and cooked. Add the can of diced tomatoes and both cans of red beans. Stir it all about. Add in the paprika, oregano, cajun seasoning, cayenne, salt, and pepper. Bring to a boil then down to a simmer, cover and cook for 30 minutes. You can let this mix simmer for much longer if you like – the flavors will just keep getting better.
Uncover, mix all about, adjust the seasonings as you see fit, and add the seitan crumbles. Bring to a boil again then down to a simmer, cover and cook for another 30 minutes. Adjust seasonings if you need to.
Make your cauliflower rice while your seitan is simmering…
Throw your onion, celery, and garlic into a food processor and pulse a few times till everything is relatively minced. Heat a tablespoon or two of water in a wok or big skillet over medium heat. Add the onion/celery/garlic mixture and saute for 10 minutes or so.
In a food processor, pulse the cauliflower florets in manageable parts until the pieces are, you know, rice kernel sized. Add the cauliflower to the skillet with the onions and stuff, cover and cook for 5-10 minutes. Salt a tad.
Serve ¾ – 1 cup or so of red beans (I’m bad at counting/eyeballing/counting-eyeballing) over a cup of cauliflower rice. Eat. Savor just how not morbidly obese you are from eating this meal.
Shop 24 is a modern day vending machine that holds grocery items such as bread, milk, laundry detergent, and a wide variety of other household items. It also has a variety of snacks.
Our residents have 24-7 access to this great amenity and it is conveniently located in front of our community pool. Why drive to the store and stand in line when you have many items right at your fingertips without even leaving our community? Give it a try and you may be a lucky winner of a gift card for your next use of Shop 24!