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A Pittsburgh native has co-written a tongue-in-cheek guide for restoring civility
Danish-inspired comfort food will chase away whatever ails you.
The Crane Room Grille, complete with a working 10-ton crane, adds a brewery that released its first two beers there this week.
Cheese — generally soft white — and pastries fried in oil have became symbolic foods for Hanukkah, also known as the Festival of Lights.
Full Pint Brewing Co. created this amber brew expressly to complement burgers, rare and otherwise.
Wine trails and wine walks are among all the festivities taking place in the Pittsburgh region as we gear up for the holidays.
Restaurants, a cooking school and an entire town prepare the Feast of the Seven Fishes, an Italian-American custom.
The slow cooker has never been more popular, and not just for those racing against the clock.
Just because an appetizer is easy doesn’t mean it can’t be elegant.
An analysis shows those who ate a bit of cheese every day were less likely to develop heart disease compared to those who rarely ate it.
Earlier this year not one, but three shareholder resolutions briefly battled to bring attention to sustainability, nutrition and sourcing.
With the help of artificial intelligence, Google Pittsburgh cooks up a recipe for the best-tasting gluten-free chocolate chip cookies.
“Prison and Plates” panel discussion Thursday focused on connecting ex-offenders with the culinary world.
It’s officially soup season! This easy beans and greens version will warm you up from the inside.
Foodies are easy to please. Read on for gifts for everyone from the budding home cook to the most seasoned chef.
The city’s Planning Department has hired the Farmers Market Coalition to recommend improvements
Here are 12 ways of Christmas in the Steel City, Kennywood and beyond.
Participate in a cookie tour in Lawrenceville and cookie extravaganza at Baldwin High School.
Wigle Whiskey co-owners to release book about the Whiskey Rebellion and rebirth of rye at a book fair brunch.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette staffers are bringing some extra jolly to your Christmas and holiday cookie merrymaking by sharing recipes that
Even though it is referred to as a candy, divinity is for all purposes a cookie the macaroon way.
When a brownie is shaped as a Christmas tree and has a thick green frosting, it’s a sign of comfort and joy.
These drop cookies are made with coffee, cocoa, dried fruits and nuts.
Scented with spices, these ginger-molasses cookies are soft and chewy.
This shortbread gets filled and drizzled with cranberry puree that is redolent with cinnamon.
Jam-filled linzer cookies have a subtle nutty flavor.
The recipe from a free 1989 holiday cookie booklet is still a go-to for Post-Gazette staff writer Sara Bauknecht nearly 30 years later.
These cherry-preserves filled bars, with coconut and almonds, are easy to make and a nice twist on regular blondie recipes.
Candy cane cookies take a little bit of work but are fun to make, especially with children.
David Piquard, co-owner of Gaby et Jules, was granted an extension to his H1-B visa, meaning that he can stay in the U.S. until May 2019.
Firefighters eat when they can between calls on Thanksgiving, while police spread holiday cheer to elderly shut-ins who sorely need it
The holidays can be exhausting, but making dinner doesn’t have to be.
It’s that special time of year when we labor over the stove for that perfect turkey and the fixings — and sometimes need help, and now!
Native American chefs, whose foodways the culinary establishment has neglected, have lately found themselves in high demand by food media.
‘Tis the season for giblets, wattles and snoods – oh my. On Thanksgiving and Christmas, Americans consume about 68 million turkeys – one
For a $10 donation to the volunteer fire department, you get a cup and map to stops where you can fill it with tea, beer and other drinks.
Polish-style Christmas with carols and dinner will be held in Oakland on Dec. 3.
East Liberty Presbyterian Church to hold a discussion that will focus on traditions this holiday season.
A meat-cutter, chef, pastry chef and wine sommelier come to your rescue for your holiday feast.
Pecans and walnuts are tossed together with brown sugar and maple syrup for an irresistible pie.
Why settle for a turkey sandwich when it’s easy to reinvent your Thanksgiving leftovers into something more fabulous?
Want to get dinner on the table in a flash? Let a one-pot meal come to the rescue.
The cookbook author will come to town in January to promote her latest cookbook.
Before it’s Donald Trump’s turn to spare a turkey on Thanksgiving, we looked back at some of the best presidential turkey pardons.
Volunteers team up at local shelters and soup kitchens to make sure no one goes hungry or without companionship on the national holiday.
New winery is leasing Half Crown Hill Orchard market building until it builds its own permanent production and tasting room location.
Top 10 cookbooks of the year, which have recipes that will be appearing again and again at my daily and special-occasion dinners.
Chef Giovanna Delli Compagni to cook a dinner hosted by Underground Kitchen at a secret location.
Actors cut, carve, eat and drink real food in real time on stage in the Tony-Award winning one-act play.
“Bringing it Home” by Gail Simmons with Mindy Fox