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Kickstarter campaign funds first three exhibits, which will be unveiled at a pop-up party in November.
Homemade cornbread and beans, biscuits and gravy, sassafras tea and salt-rising bread will be sold this weekend.
Twelve restaurants will compete using meats, cooking techniques and toppings of their choice.
“eat. drink” event at Lodge at North Park showcases foods and beverages from local establishments.
Steel City Pizzafest, San Rocco Festa and Mahrajan will be held this month.
The first-time event at Mon Wharf parking lot is a fundraiser to promote Pittsburgh’s riverfronts.
Nondairy ice cream, chili nachos, veggie dogs and wraps, pierogies and falafels will be among the options available.
The group hopes to rescue healthy foods that otherwise would be discarded, with the two new programs.
Site features 40 area barbecue joints and events slated for this summer.
Dinner and tour will highlight events from “Miracles on Maple Hill,” the Newbery Medal-winning children's book in 1957.
Mount Washington and Allentown to showcase their best home bakers, food, drinks, businesses and music Friday through Sunday.
Pittsburgh Technical Institute’s new baking and pastry certificate program can be completed in nine months.
Kristen Beddard tells her tale of bringing kale to France.
The Pittsburgh Food Review site includes restaurant reviews, recipes, trends and unlikely discussions.
Samantha Santti and Rachel Walton net first prize in truffle competition.
La Dorita in Sharpsburg is offering to assist five people seeking to expand their food business savvy.
The macaroni and cheese contest will be held at Morningside VFW on April 30 and proceeds will benefit the annual Morningside Mile.
The classes in Sharpsburg teach proper boiling and draining techniques, egg preparations and using a knife properly.
Maple Syrup Festival and Louisi-Ann’s GumboFest will held this weekend.
Butcher and the Rye’s Michael Anderson will face off with bartenders from New York and Boston in the contest.
Lori Kantor features one meat and one vegetarian soup each week, from fall through late spring.
Northgate Church in Ross will hold its annual Wild Game Dinner Saturday, offering an opportunity to try venison, wild boar and even moose.
Also celebrate the extra day of this month by partying at Cornerstone at Tonidale.
Arts group Resonance Works’ fundraiser will feature food from Pittsburgh restaurants and bakeries.
Advocacy group Mom Rising is behind the movement of having national chain restaurants dump soda from children’s menus.
Chef Michael Gulotta will prepare a New Orleans-Vietnamese fusion meal to pair with a current museum exhibit for the Feb. 12 Feast.
The Moraine State Park event also includes ice carvings by chefs and winter activity demonstrations.
In honor of the centennial year, the food court will feature several new items including a new milkshake flavor.
Some restaurants are offering special menus on New Year’s Eve, and are even open on New Year’s Day.
There are a wide selection of restaurants open on Christmas Day in the Pittsburgh area to do the cooking for you.
Lisa Kozich of Canonsburg shares recipes on website, radio, TV, blog and in cookbooks.
Holiday events also include classes, demonstrations and fundraisers.
Arts-oriented South Side coffeehouse to celebrate milestone with live performances and special food.
Bring out the toast topped with avocado and shrimp; popcorn flavored with sesame seeds; and jellybeans.
Wine, beer, live music and plenty of food will on tap at the event Saturday.
VegFeast will host a buffet-style Thanksgiving dinner on Nov. 21.
Symposium at Phipps to focus on getting kids to eat more healthy and be physically active.
As more and more kids develop food allergies, trick-or-treating can become a nightmare.
Professionals will train youngsters from YouthPlaces to make signature barbecue dishes.
Kick your chops up a notch by cooking them in a simple lively marinade made of smoked paprika, red pepper flakes, vinegar and fresh chilies.
Mittens & Mingles, St. Nick Soiree and Pints for Primates hold benefits this week.