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Chicken Larb has been called the national dish of Laos, where many Hmong people live, and Hmong cooks enjoy various versions of it.
Owner Hoon Kim said he will hold onto the location and convert it to the brick-and-mortar spot for the Lomito food truck.
The new cookbook “Dinner: The Playbook” provides a step-by-step guide to planning and cooking delicious family meals.
At the Association of Food Journalists conference, the Pittsburgh contingent ate very well.
Oktoberfests continue at Penn Brewery and Hofbrauhaus while other events are happening at Hop Farm Brewing and Wigle Whiskey Barrel House.
A unique monetary donation has allowed Squirrel Hill Community Food Pantry to give away not only food, but also cooking implements.
Local group Hidden Harvest connects people with fruit and nut trees to volunteers willing to pick them to give to the hungry.
This recipe comes from in the new and very interesting cookbook “Bitter: A Taste of the World’s Most Dangerous Flavor, With Recipes.”
From wine pairings to French cooking to gluten-free baking, you can find a variety of classes in Pittsburgh.
There are more local farmers planting more fields of these special organic grains and selling all they can produce
Tomatillos are what’s going on in my garden right now.
A favorite custom is to dip slices of apples into honey, celebrating the fruits of the season and ensuring that the new year will be sweet.
Chef Dan Barber, author of “The Third Plate,” lures travelers with produce and policy to Blue Hill at Stone Barns outside New York City.
Blue Hill at Stone Barns’ star chef Dan Barber reflects on changing how we cook and eat.
The sausage company based in Vandergrift looks to bring specialty brand into new regions
Food section editor Bob Batz Jr. and freelance writer Hal B. Klein were among 53 winners announced at a dinner Thursday in Memphis.
Diana Henry’s new cookbook is still about good food, and it’s better for you
Though our city may be known for pierogies and fries on sandwiches, now is a great time for Pittsburgh food that is a lot more diverse.
Our columnist shares a bunch of recipes.
Herby Green Mayonnaise melds perfectly with tomatoes for one lip-smacking sandwich.
Green tomatoes have something going for them -- a refreshing, acidic, clean taste and body that stands up to frying and baking.
A great recipe concocted for Steel City Big Pour beer, food and art festival.
Readers liked Marlene's ice cream 'a latte.'
Sept. 13 event at Robert Morris University includes local chocolate -- in moderation.
Deep-fried and on a stick at the Minnesota State Fair are the popular offerings that draw nearly 2 million visitors a year.
Pitt football, Pirates baseball and the all-day Rib Fest made traffic and parking tight on the North Shore, but planning prevailed.
This Ohio city’s Over-the-Rhine district is being revived as a beer haven.