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After services, most families go home to break the fast with a simple, light, dairy meal that starts with a cool drink or a few grapes.
North Huntingdon blogger, Jessica Merchant, publishes “Seriously Delish: 150 Recipes for People Who Totally Love Food.”
No disrespect to apples, but pears are as sweet and delicious a fruit as you will encounter in the fall.
Who doesn’t like breakfast for dinner? Especially when the dish combines the sweet taste of two morning classics, French toast and pancakes?
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.
Parkway Theater holds “Spaghetti Westerns” (movie and spaghetti) and “Sunday Morning Movie Services” (coffee/doughnuts with classic movies).
Tomatillos are what’s going on in my garden right now.
There are more local farmers planting more fields of these special organic grains and selling all they can produce
Hectic days call for something quick and easy for dinner.
Diana Henry’s new cookbook is still about good food, and it’s better for you
About 300 Jewish women from all over Pittsburgh will converge on the Beth Shalom Ballroom next Thursday to make bread and share prayers.
Our columnist meets a former colleague of her husband -- to break the bread.
Preparing to cook at the Steel City Big Pour beer event last weekend got me thinking about beefy, beery burgers on the grill.
Herby Green Mayonnaise melds perfectly with tomatoes for one lip-smacking sandwich.
Our columnist shares a bunch of recipes.
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.
Here’s a bunch of reader requests.
This exquisite tomato-based dish from my favorite Italian chef, Lidia Bastianich, has just a handful of ingredients.