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For that simple, crunchy pleasure, you have Ruth Wakefield and Nestle Toll House to thank.
Fruit that originated in South America is spreading via farmers markets here.
Make your own ice cream with four simple ingredients.
Second Avenue farm stand is just the first step in Dianne Shenk’s desire to turn a food desert into a food economy.
This year has brought a bounty of movies that entertain and have you salivate at the same time.
Enjoyed your piece about Door County.
Not just anybody could sneak into the Clover Mountain Foods show, but almost everybody in the region will eventually taste its products.
Wineries and hospitality businesses rushed to clean up rubble and broken glass ahead of the expected influx of tourists.
For family restaurants and fine dining, here are some additional suggestions for service.
In sight of the malls and shopping centers of Upper St. Clair, a community garden thrives.
The workbook "Plant-Powered For Life" is a collection of actionable steps to help readers eat more healthfully.
A recipe developed in honor of the Phipps Conservatory "Ripe, Red and Roasted" tomato and garlic festival.
Caldwell Linker and Alix Wiggins take part in the annual American Cheese Society Conference in Sacramento.
Burgh Bits & Bites will start running its new North Side food tour beginning Friday.
Marlene Parrish’s “Food Puzzle” left readers wanting more crosswords.
There are now 100 stores in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, west Maryland, eastern Ohio and upstate New York that carry the name Shop ’n Save.
Aldo Sauro's card table at the East Liberty Farmers Market is an array of fava beans, lettuce, basil and raspberries in foam containers.
Growers, producers and others have numerous ways to extend the season.
Keep a copy in your glove compartment.
Reader wants to see more on the environmental impact of raising beef.
Produce stand at P.F. Chang’s gives diners some fresh options.
Made with roasted, mild-tasting cod that’s been rolled in crunchy panko, these lightly fried cakes are sweet and delicate.
That means fond memories for our columnist and many other Pittsburgh crab fans.
The number of markets in the country has grown by more than 70 percent in the last six years, with 130 of them now in the region.
Stocking your kitchen with fresh, healthy ingredients is important, but it’s not the first step to eating better, notes ShopSmart.
Conventional wisdom pins this act of culinary genius on the Girl Scouts.
Our columnist is brushing the dirt off and cooking what she planted in the fall.
Labeling rule that went into effect this week should make shopping easier.
Our road-food photographer wants to roll that cart back to Pittsburgh.
Chef Derek Stevens is running for his daughter.
With the rise of the foodie era, the image of the burger has transformed from backyard barbecue staple to glammed up fast-food fare.
Eat’n Park, which planned its menu based on produce that could be locally grown, found that nature is not the most reliable partner.
The price of beef and veal shot up more than 10 percent from June 2013 to June 2014. Pork prices rose by 12 percent.
The stretch offers a few eateries to consider -- from sushi to pizza to kielbasa, including a “world fusion freestyle restaurant.”
Now’s the time to try some creative uses for those sprigs of fresh basil.
Several Pittsburgh businesses are part of “Bon Appetit Appalachia.”
Former Penn Brewery brewer is now fermenting honey wines to sell at his place and around the region.
A roundup of some summer festival and dinners.
Readers wonder: Can you use old-school pans on new-fangled stoves?