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Best Dining: Unexpected trends

The best of Pittsburgh dining in 2014 includes the rise of international cuisine and a dominance of beer, coffee and cocktails.



Restaurant scene: Market Square spots part of trend for more authentic, healthier Greek food

Poros will offer polished Greek fare while Simple Greek (a revamped My Big Fat Greek Gyro) will go for updated fast-casual.


 

Munch


The 2014 Munchies!

In 2014, the Munches visited restaurants new and old, traveling north, south, east and west in search of a good meal and a cold drink.



Munch goes to the Arancini House

It’s the quintessential Sicilian street food, and now you can find it below the street level shops in Mt. Lebanon.


 
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Pittsburgh dining is coming into its own. Never have there been so many compelling choices, from the elegant special-occasion restaurant to the ultra-casual noodle house.

Need some restaurant recommendations? Take a peek at the Post-Gazette's Fall 2014 Dining Guide.

The Food Column


The Food Column: A Harmonist Christmas

Old Economy Village, the living-history commune in Ambridge, will celebrate Christmas this Saturday and Sunday.



The Food Column: 'Good Cheap Eats'

Blogger-turned-author offer tips for eating well while spending less.


 

Kitchen Mailbox


Kitchen Mailbox: More easy holiday cookies

Readers shared several recipes, which we share with you.



Kitchen Mailbox: Recipes for Halloween fun

Don't be scared that it will take too much time: Holiday treats can be made quick and easy


 

What's For Dinner


What's for dinner: Spaghetti Carbonara

Dishes like this classic spaghetti carbonara are super-easy to prepare requiring just a handful of ingredients.



What's for dinner: Cranberry-Hoisin Chicken 'n' Rice

Hoisin sauces gives this sweet and savory one-pot dinner with Asian flair


 

Recipes


New books give 2 takes on Hanukkah traditions

This year I explored some different recipes for the holiday, including a couple of latkes, my choices sparked by two cookbooks.



Pennsylvania's Saffron Belt

The world’s most expensive spice is a time-honored tradition in Pennsylvania Dutch country.


 
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