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Celebrating the rich, beloved flavor of gingerbread. Share photos of your holiday sweets with the PG.
Dried versions of the fruits are great in the off-season.
Grant will help mobile grocery hit the road.
Pittsburgh Technical Institute culinary photo exhibit gives a taste of foods from many nations.
Peet’s coffee shops closing in the Pittsburgh area are in Oakland, the SouthSide Works and Waterworks Mall near Aspinwall.
And Moio’s Italian Pastry in Monroeville makes the effort. Delicate sheets of dough and filling make sfogliatelle a rare and special treat.
You can quickly make cookies that sparkle.
This year I explored some different recipes for the holiday, including a couple of latkes, my choices sparked by two cookbooks.
Color and convenience were prevailing themes at the recent New York Produce Show and Conference in the Javits Center.
One reader’s relative may have survived in Jamestown thanks to the nuts.
Milk inspectors discovered possible improper pasteurization at The SpringHouse, a dairy and restaurant in Eighty Four.
The world’s most expensive spice is a time-honored tradition in Pennsylvania Dutch country.
For most hunters, good food is as much an expectation at deer camp as bringing home a year’s supply of venison and a eight-point rack.
Here are a few different-from-the-norm recipes for your holiday pie day.
Spatchcocking is the secret to a tender, fast-cooking turkey on Thanksgiving.
A number of hotlines are ready to help you out of holiday cooking hot water.
Pittsburgh was well represented in this year’s Pillsbury Bake-Off, with four area residents and one former Pittsburgher among the finalists.
Hare are four easy side dishes that will add color and incredible flavor to your Thanksgiving table.
Local members of The Herb Society of America get the chance to strut their knowledge and cooking skills for Thanksgiving.
Local beer makers share some of their holiday traditions and recipes.
A relish tray is an old-school must, and you can give it new life by making some of what goes on it.
Regular CSA deliveries can help you make it to next year’s growing season.
The good news is that the gluten-free product market keeps expanding along with the popularity of the gluten-free diet.
The culprits in the price rise included sweet potatoes, dairy products and pumpkin pie mix.