An herbal Thanksgiving

Local members of The Herb Society of America get the chance to strut their knowledge and cooking skills for Thanksgiving.

Craft Pittsburgh beer would go great with Thanksgiving dinner

Local beer makers share some of their holiday traditions and recipes.


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On the Table: Mezzo

Pittsburgh's most delicious pasta can be found at Mezzo Downtown in the three-tier Sienna Mercato building.

Garden Theater development seeks tenant after Piccolo Forno owner opts out

ARDE was the only tenant for the showcase Federal North property, a longtime eyesore.



Munch goes to Cafe Moulin

Shadyside creperie Cafe Moulin offers a taste of France and the Mediterranean.

Munch: New-to-town chef and local veteran bartender team at Carmella's Plates & Pints

"Cutthroat Kitchen" winner David Murphy pairs up with longtime South Side bartender Carmella Salem at her new namesake restaurant.

Looking for a few recipes to try out in the kitchen this Thanksgiving? Or are you hosting your first Thanksgiving dinner and need a little help planning?

This page offers a few tricks and delicious treats to help get you through Turkey Day.

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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

Kitchen Mailbox: Two cakes you can fall for

Two cakes featuring fall fruits make special treats for breakfast, lunch, brunch ... or just because you’re craving a delicious cake.


What's For Dinner

What's for dinner: Linguine with Spicy Lentils and Caramelized Onions

This easy pasta dish has a Mediterranean flair, thanks to the aromatic addition of Lebanese Seven Spices, a staple in any Lebanese kitchen.

What's for dinner: White Chicken Chili

Pureed hominy — dried corn that has been soaked in a mineral lime bath — serves as a thickener in this flavorful chicken chili.



Sweet potatoes: She wrote the book

April McGreger, author of the Savor the South cookbook “Sweet Potatoes,” is from Vardaman, Miss., the self-proclaimed Sweet Potato Capital.

A wild turkey provides one wild Thanksgiving dinner

The holiday came early for Marlene Parrish, thanks to a turkey from her yard.


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