The attorney for the well-known Pittsburgh-area pizzeria says he doesn't expect there to be too much change to the menu.
These Thai-inspired shrimp kebabs are spicy, but those not so adventurous can cut back on the red curry and/or pepper flakes.
Gourmet classics, Peanut Soup and Spoonbread, date back to the 1700s in America.
Our columnist finds hope amid spring storms and budding plants in her slow growing garden.
Pittsburgh's taking up Jamie Oliver's food revolution challenge with cooking clubs for students and urban gardens.
Food Safe Silicone Stretch Covers help make the kitchen a little greener.
The opening of Pittsburgh's Downtown market today heralds the start of the region's farmers market season.
Rebecca Sodergren gives us her weekly roundup of Pittsburgh-area food events.
Carb- and calorie-free, shirataki noodles are an excellent source of fiber. They're traditionally served in soup.
Vendors in Downtown's Market Square will be selling products such as flowers, vegetables, pastries from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. each Thursday.
Italian immigrants have uncovered innovative ways to grow sweet figs in Western Pennsylvania's climate.
Take a bite out of chocolate history this weekend at the Fort Pitt Museum and enjoy snacks, beverages and -- of course, chocolate.
Pittsburgh mom/chef makes a niche making artisan chocolates.
City Theatre's production of "Abigail/1702" tells Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa's "whatever happened to?" story of Abigail Williams.
The Beer Market, opening this weekend near PNC Park, has a huge beer selection, but no food, so bring your own.
It's the cream cheese that does it: Rhubarb, Strawberry and Ricotta Turnovers are good for Shavuot and spring.
Chef Mark Collins is serving quality meals at the private school in Shadyside, where lunch is "part of our education."
Some of the Pittsburgh Citiparks farmers markets will start accepting food stamps when they open next week.
We compile and test several simple recipes you can make for the mom in your life.
Alexandra Guarnaschelli, a "Next Iron Chef" winner and a judge on Food Network's "Chopped," drops in to Pittsburgh.
These delectable biscuits feature everyone's favorite morning food: bacon and eggs.
The culinary celebrity talked to the PG's Melissa McCart about young chefs, beer nerds and offered advice for Pittsburgh restaurateurs.
One Tank Destination: Founded by Protestants from Moravia and Bohemia, this Lancaster County spot was named "Coolest Small Town in America."
Miriam Rubin and her garden are being transformed, once again, by spring.
Western Pennsylvania native Casey Barber's "Classic Snacks" book shows you how to make "just about every major junk-food item known to man."
The PG's Gretchen McKay takes a look at a new grocery delivery service that can make dinner a snap.
Our road food guy goes back in time, and in space, at an old Italian joint and a new Texas barbecue place here in Pittsburgh.
Dreadnought Wines bringing a world-class wine and spirits education program to the Strip District.
It's Cinco de Mayo on Sunday, which means it's time to find that perfect Mexican recipe to pair with a pitcher of margaritas.
Le Virtu combines ingredients of a hearty winter with the freshness of spring.
The natural foods grocer has rolled out standards regarding animal welfare, seafood sustainability and genetically modified ingredients.
The first Pittsburgh Cider & Mead Festival hits Lawrenceville on Saturday and may open some eyes -- and taste buds.
PG food writer Gretchen McKay provides ways to carbo load before the Pittsburgh Marathon.
A stretch of Brownsville Road in the Pittsburgh neighborhood may be revitalized, anchored by the urban dairy.
Umpqua oats-to-go are great, even if you're just going to your local coffeeshop.
Farmers and food processors are facing new federal food safety rules.
Mom's two new recipes score points with her kids at dinner time.
Ramps are a sure sign -- and taste and smell -- of spring in this region.
If you're racing in next week's Pittsburgh marathon or half-marathon, you're probably starting to think about pasta.
Now at Restaurant Echo in Cranberry, Mr. O'Brien was a presence in Hyeholde's kitchen for 17 years, mentoring many ambitious chefs.
To find the ultimate chocolate experience, taste testers at ShopSmart nibbled on thousands of boxed bonbons.
Mushroom Bourguignon is an elegant meal in the middle of the week.
The new PGH Crepes cart is selling crepes in Pittsburgh's Strip District and, soon, Downtown.
The 56th annual festival dishes up ethnic delights and features cultural exhibits that shed light on how people live around the globe.
Fast and easy, made with pantry-ready ingredients and cheap, it's still a standby, even though it's never been glamorous or fashionable.
This tiramisu uses Amaretti cookies and no cocoa or ladyfingers.
Pittsburgh Craft Beer Week encompasses hundreds of events across the city and region, April 19 through 28.
Food trucks enliven the markets at Pump House on Waterfront Drive in Munhall. Also: Best Buddies Life Is Sweet Chef Showcase next Thursday
The matron of the "Farm Kings" family talks about season two of the popular GAC series.
The chain is experimenting with a new Snack 'n Save menu in Pittsburgh, joining other restaurants tinkering with value choices.
Technically, this is a side dish, but served with rice and salad, it would make a terrific vegetarian entree.
Lawrenceville businesses that serve alcohol learn more about what they already knew: They have a tough job.
Nothing we eat is 100 percent safe, but there are easy ways to cut your risk of getting sick.
Learn to preserve food safely using up-to-date research-based information.
Piment d'Espelette is now available at Savvy Spices
A new cookbook is built around one "gran's" recipes; our columnist invites you to share yours.
The Saturday, May 4, free event from Chatham's Food Studies program is aimed at "fostering sustainable communities in Pittsburgh."
Not enough rhubarb for pie? Make a smulpaj. Similar to a classic crumble, it's a shallow layer of fruit topped with a delicious oaty mix.
If you're yearning for lighter, fresh flavors, make poultry your palette with these new recipes.
Caroline Wright makes cooking cheap, nourishing meals easy with her new cookbook.
More than two dozen local brewers collaborate on five brews for Pittsburgh Craft Beer Week later this month.
Amy Stewart's guide to the botany of booze is a reference manual, cocktail recipe book and history lesson, told with a scholar's rigor.
This recipe pays homage to the flavors of the Mississippi Delta with dried peaches and chopped spiced pecans.
Vibrant Pittsburgh is trying to expand the diversity of Pittsburgh's workforce. One tactic: "Dine Arounds" to welcome newcomers.
Events are coming together for the second Pittsburgh Craft Beer Week later this month.
The high-profile executive chefs who get all the credit aren't the ones who do all the work on your meal.
The St. Andrew's Society of Pittsburgh's National Tartan Day celebration is on Saturday, April 6.
The 11-year-old put herself in the running by winning a blue ribbon at last year's Washington County Fair for her Spam contest entry.
Chef Shawn Culp, an instructor with the Art Institute of Pittsburgh, made this with Chilean sea bass, but we substituted turbot.
In the mood for something lighter? Cool and crunchy, with spicy-sweet chicken tucked inside, lettuce wraps hit the spot.
Starting at 7 a.m., people waited for the arrival of Buddy Valastro, star of TLC's "The Cake Boss," who planned to give away 10,000 cakes.
You might think this book would be more useful before Easter. But it has some different ideas for dishes you can make using hard-boiled eggs
Research in the potato field is constantly growing.
Attention thrill-seeking, shot-chugging espresso junkies: the Starbucks caffeine police are issuing speeding tickets
The Texas capital's marketing campaign reflects dynamic mix of city's liberal and progressive culture and hipness.
Book dissects the food of Jesus' time.
Easter is a harbinger of warmer days and fresh vegetables.
Parishoners at SS Peter & Paul church in Ambridge still take baskets to be blessed before Easter.
Disobedient Spirits will be open soon in Indiana County; Midnight Madness launched by three CMU students
The sweet treats such as cake pops, chocolate and coconut cups, and lollipops can become special holiday surprises for young and old alike.
Don't wait: Use those good dishes for the family.
Ham usually gets all the attention on Easter, which is something of a bummer for those who don't eat meat.
Campaign to change borough's dry status needed 2,010 signatures to put referendum on April 24 primary election ballot; got only 844 votes.
The bill would allow allow private sales of wine and liquor, ends state wholesale operations and phase out state liquor stores.
It struck me as I was making these cookies for the first time earlier this winter: They're kosher for Passover!
The pastry chef and the newspaper feature writer help you remake the favorite candy bars of your youth.
Two colorful new guides bring multiethnic and modern influences to an ancient and storied cuisine.
Just wanted to drop you a quick note to tell you how much I enjoyed your maple syrup article ["Trees to table" by Bob Batz Jr., Food
A ballet dancer turned woodworker creates elegant cutting boards from wood salvaged from Point State Park trees.
Farm to Table Pittsburgh Conference has a "Do It Yourself" theme this year.
Bread has long played a vital role in Greek Orthodox religious ceremonies and holidays.
The origins of wine go back 7,000 years to Mesopotamia. It always has played a role in the rites of the Jewish and the Christian faith.
A day of reverence and celebration, Easter brings with it a number of foods that reflect the rich culinary traditions of many worlds.
Making pastry from scratch makes me crazy, so when I spotted this recipe for crust-free quiche, I had to try it.
Rose A. Demma, who with her husband operated Demma's Market in Brookline for more than 30 years, died Saturday of congestive heart failure.
A liquor privatization plan is headed to the House floor after a Republican-driven committee vote Monday.
The restaurateur is enjoying normalcy after brain surgery, performed using a general anesthetic, for Parkinson's disease.
As consumers become versed in the culture of cocktails, herbal spirits are becoming more popular.
The view up the muddy tree-lined lane could be a scene in Vermont. In the 1950s. But it's northern Allegheny County, this past Sunday.
Brittany Zehr is the fifth generaton in the maple business. She is interested in non-traditional uses for maple.