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Kick it up a notch with homemade ketchup.
The right blend of oil, vinegar and spices can elevate a simple bowl of greens from to a super-satisfying house special.
Dozens of Pittsburgh bars will participate in international charity fundraiser.
And Arts Festival time means a roll-out of new lunch options.
Her aunt’s dish was so good, you almost wanted someone to get sick so she’d make it.
Gretchen McKay’s profile of Carol “Dearheart” Pascuzzi in running for “Best Newspaper Feature”
If you can't pick it in your garden, pick some up at the supermarket.
A salute to summer starts in a salad bowl.
The market, which sells both farm products and crafts, started in 1976 and has grown to include 182 vendors, most of them local.
If you only do the minimum outdoor cooking, you can still enjoy the benefits.
With these make-ahead recipes, you, too, can extend your enjoyment, whatever the weather.
Memorial Day can mean faking it with frozen or jarred berries.
Add to the fun this season with these gadgets.
Haagen-Dazs collaborates with artists on new flavors.
What kid wouldn’t want to spend some time at a candy store?
David Ondik, Michael Allen and Nirav Patel opened the first location of the Yard a year ago in what had been Pangea in Shadyside.
Budget $aver twin pops have helped the company grow its market share significantly since 2008.
A protein-packed meal doesn’t have to include meat.
The izakaya, or Japanese pub, will feature, "traditional Japanese dishes using modern techniques and local ingredients.“
Rhubarb is starting to poke its tart, slim limbs out of the ground.
But green and other colors are busting out all over.
Farm-to-table dinners to complement an exceptional setting at the Frank Lloyd Wright house in Fayette County.
Market Square, several Citiparks markets are opening this week.
The first Picklesburgh will feature 40 vendors selling corned beef, sauerbraten, pierogies and sauerkraut, kimchi and dilly beans.
Robert Miller and Jessica Martin Adams will open The Fire Side Pub at 6290 Broad St. in the former Station Street Hot Dogs space.
Aristocratic Sicilians are guests of Donne Italiane Pittsburgh, an organization of women of Italian heritage, citizenship or birth.
How a Pittsburgher can make perfect fries at home.
Some local farmers have quit doing CSAs because they are afraid of promising produce they might not be able to grow.
Treat Mom on her special day with an easy, elegant egg dish.
Pirata will feature food from South America, Puerto Rico, Cuba and Mexico, and offer more than 200 rums, the restaurant’s co-owner says.
Steven Raichlen’s latest cookbook is a swell one for both new and accomplished cooks, and for both men and women, too
Whipped cream and cookies and wafers magically transform into luscious treats.
Peter Rhinehart’s “Bread Revolution” includes some non-traditional advice and methods
Just Harvest expands Fresh Access to fruits and veggies
A fiesta-starting recipe for your Cinco de Mayo celebration
Her garden, and her column, begin for another season.
A viable industry may be a decade or two away, but you can talk about it at this new interactive, online restaurant.
Patty Danforth’s market provides one place where a busy person can find everything needed for a dinner party or a family meal.
The Pittsburgh mobile food scene looks to go up a notch this June, when the Pittsburgh Porkrind Bike hits the streets.
Carbo-loading before a race doesn’t have to load you down.