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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.
Pittsburgh cooks up unique eats in non-traditional settings and events, and here are a few to consider this fall.
Pittsburgh's most delicious pasta can be found at Mezzo Downtown in the three-tier Sienna Mercato building.
Shadyside creperie Cafe Moulin offers a taste of France and the Mediterranean.
"Cutthroat Kitchen" winner David Murphy pairs up with longtime South Side bartender Carmella Salem at her new namesake restaurant.
The Art Institute of Pittsburgh is offering a series of recreational classes for teens and adults.
Polish Falcons invites the public to an authentic Wigilia, or vigil, dinner.
Punch, ideal for holiday entertaining, has a history that goes back to the British sailors of the 17th century.
People hear the word “speakeasy” and think secret passwords, but often it’s no more illicit than a college keg party.
Don't be scared that it will take too much time: Holiday treats can be made quick and easy
Two cakes featuring fall fruits make special treats for breakfast, lunch, brunch ... or just because you’re craving a delicious cake.
This easy pasta dish has a Mediterranean flair, thanks to the aromatic addition of Lebanese Seven Spices, a staple in any Lebanese kitchen.
Pureed hominy — dried corn that has been soaked in a mineral lime bath — serves as a thickener in this flavorful chicken chili.
Local members of The Herb Society of America get the chance to strut their knowledge and cooking skills for Thanksgiving.
A relish tray is an old-school must, and you can give it new life by making some of what goes on it.