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Experts say you need not fear the cholesterol in this symbolic, versatile food.
After a fall left her with an injured leg and stuck at home, a Baldwin Township woman began to cook like her grandmother.
Mimi Sheraton’s latest book is her autobiography and a map of the world’s food.
Empty Bowls fundraiser is in it’s 20th year at Rodef Shalom Congregation in Oakland.
An easy, protein-packed lunch for runners-on-the go.
Chris Cunningham has cooked for two governors, two senators and a king, now he’s private chef for the Chait family.
Partner Frederic Rongier plans on selling macarons, cakes, croissants, baguettes and the rare-in-Pittsburgh canele, brought Downtown daily.
The supermarket has issued a voluntary recall of seasonal cookies baked and sold through March 18.
2015’s “It” vegetable is as versatile as it is good for you.
Easing restrictions on travel to Cuba creates an interest in its food.
Prantl’s famous confection, embraced by other bakeries, is one that you could try whipping up at home. ‘
Rivertowne Brewing, which helped overturn the decades-old rules on beer sales, is among the first to market with a 12-pack.
The March 27-28 conference at David L. Lawrence Convention Center.aims to connect home cooks with local resources.
New-crop olive oils are now arriving in Pittsburgh, and they’re shockingly better than most brands at the grocery store.
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with Irish macaroni and cheese.
One customer has reportedly fallen ill after eating the bread, the FDA said in a statement.
Frank Ruzomberka is 81 — and still bakes pies for Millvale’s Grant Bar, founded by his parents in 1933. And the pies are to die for.
Aramark’s Chef Scott Walton plans to wow for the American Ireland Fund gala
Region’s sugar shacks are busy turning sap into syrup
In and around Pittsburgh, we love our cabbage and noodles, even if we don’t all agree on how to make it.
A reader shares a recipe that is dairy-free.
The new Franktuary, which already has a restaurant in Lawrenceville, will be at 115 Forbes Ave., between McDonald’s and Dunkin’ Donuts.
Two Pittsburgh-area distributors and one local brewer helped overturn decades of state law.
A mother-daughter cookbook writing team put healthy spin on traditional soul food.
A new cookie bakery, run by Deanna Soost, cozies up beside a well-known coffee shop in shared storefront on Lincoln Avenue.
You could find the notable 2011 Bibich R5 Riserva in ... one store in Indiana County? Discover how Pa. fields requests for “luxury” items.
Some agree with Gretchen's "Yuk," some agree with Bob's "Yay,“ however everybody has an opinion.
This protein-rich stew is good for repairing torn muscle tissue; there also are plenty of carbs to restock your energy stores.
Jeremy Nolen shows the influences of growing up in Pennsylvania Dutch country in “New German Cooking,” written with his wife, Jessica.
Hal B. Klein finds out everything about real balsamic vinegar, from its long history to its flavor.
The borough takes stock of its food assets, including newly reopened Nancy’s East End Diner, so it can promote them.
Volunteers pour out many, many bottles of Penn Oktoberfest at Wigle distillery to be turned into Oktoberfest Whiskey
Feb. 28 is National CSA Sign-Up Day
Two related events in early March will address hunger, the sustainable-food movement and other food-security issues in the Pittsburgh area.
Granola packs good-for-you grains, nuts and fruit into a wholesome treat. Even better, it’s portable.