Food


 City Chicken -- with onions and parsley, made with Giant Eagle City Chicken from a recipe from Tom Friday's Market on the North Side.       Original Filename: P1040896.jpg

Dine: City chicken is cheap option

As the price of meat continues to rise, city chicken may be a cheap, tasty option to consider.

about 14 hours ago


 The neighborhood of Pilsen in Chicago.

In Chicago's Pilsen neighborhood, the face is changing

Pilsen, which has for years welcomed Mexican residents, is experiencing the effects of gentrification.

about 14 hours ago


Pupsicle: Your dog's new favorite treat

How to keep your dogs well-hydrated and cool all summer?

2 days ago


General Mills unveils recipes to boost sales

General Mills hopes a pinch of cinnamon and a dash of fiber will be a recipe for stronger sales.

3 days ago


 Garden beans.

Miriam's Garden: It's making beans

Our columnist has green beans, and two recipes for using them.

3 days ago


 More than two pounds of roasted lamb shoulder, prepared by Allegheny City Smokehouse, are center-table at the Croatian Center in Millvale.

Croatian Lamb Roast Picnic is Sunday

This year’s Croatian Lamb Roast Picnic will be held at Shuetzen Park in Millvale on July 13.

3 days ago


 Elliott Mower of Point Breeze holds the door at Kelly O's Diner in the Strip District as the Flavor of Pittsburgh Food Tour participants arrive on June 27, 2014.

'The Flavor of Pittsburgh' food tour launches

Starting Friday, a new tour eats its way from Market Square to the Strip and back.

3 days ago


 Pasta with Asparagus Lemon Sauce.

One Good Recipe: Asparagus

Asparagus stars in this fresh-for-spring recipe enhanced with lemon zest.

3 days ago


 Two tamales from Nelly Baxter's Peruvian and South American Food stand at the Farmers Market of the Ozarks.

Pittsburgh follows local food writer to Arkansas

Sherrie Flick takes a solo road trip and a residency at The Writers‘‍ Colony at Dairy Hollow in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.

3 days ago


 Marilyn McDevitt Rubin

Obituary: Marilyn McDevitt Rubin / Former PG food journalist poured heart into writing

Marilyn McDevitt Rubin will be remembered for her lifelong celebration of food and all the joys that surround it.

6 days ago


 Erica Garcia, left, and Emily Elder join other students in Pitt's Summer Language Institute for Slavic, East European and Near Eastern Languages during a Friday ethnic picnic outside Posvar Hall on Friday.

Pitt students study the language of food at picnic

University of Pittsburgh students gathered for a picnic of Middle Eastern food featuring fattoush, stuffed grape leaves and baklava.

1 week ago


 Buttermilk and Spice Fried Chicken, Potato Salad with Green Beans and Dill and Roasted MIni Peppers with Tomatoes and Cucumbers.

Celebrate the Fourth with fried chicken

Traditional picnic fare makes for a summery feast.

1 week ago


  Grilled Scallion Salad, Batali-Style: Squeeze of Lemon, Almond Pesto

One Good Recipe: Scallion Salad

"Scallions“ are what Mario Batali calls them in this grilled salad.

1 week ago


Len Boselovic’s Heard off the Street: Brewing a solution to beer’s packaging problem

Steve Young is out to do for beer what Keurig did for coffee.

2 weeks ago


 The Other White Meat Burger.

Three new burgers worth waving a flag for on the Fourth of July

These recipes are special enough for a major celebration, but not so out-of-the-ordinary that your guests will head for the fried chicken.

2 weeks ago


Farmers markets are still opening

This week’s include Corry, Kiski,

2 weeks ago


 American Flag Cake.

American Flag Cake recipe

Celebrate America’‍s birthday with this show-stopping six-layer cake.

2 weeks ago


 The shelves at Salem's in the the Strip District  are loaded with regular and special items for the upcoming Ramadan holiday.

Newcomer seeks Halal food

And he finds a lot of it in Pittsburgh, home to the biggest producer of Halal meat in North America.

2 weeks ago


Special dinners to break the Ramadan fast in Pittsburgh

Restaurants, Turkish group invite people to break the flat bread and more.

2 weeks ago


  Darlene Farrell of Shaler, a member of The Gingerburghers, the local Cookie Cutter Collector's Club, presents her favorite cookie cutter in the shape of an orchid with a cookie made from the cutter.

A cookie-cutter-collectors convention

National group returns to Pittsburgh to swap cutters, stories and recipes.

2 weeks ago


 Potato plant.

Miriam's Garden: Almost potato time

Our columnist is looking forward to a bumper crop.

2 weeks ago


More farmers markets are opening

Today, it’s Jeannette, Wilkinsburg and Steubenville, Ohio

3 weeks ago


The time is right for soft-shell crabs in Pittsburgh

Here’s where to buy, and eat, summer’s short-lived seafood dish

3 weeks ago


 Packing soft-shell crabs for shipping at O'Neals Sea Harvest in Outer Banks, N.C.

This time of year, a lot of crabs come from North Carolina

The Southern state is home to a thriving fishery that supplies Pittsburgh fishmongers.

3 weeks ago


 How big is a fresh mozzarella ball? "About this big, dearheart," Carol Pascuzzi, cheesemonger at Penn Mac since 1984, would say.

Meet Carol 'Dearheart' Pascuzzi, the ever-cheerful cheese expert of Penn Mac

Since 1984, she has run the cheese counter at Pennsylvania Macaroni Co. in the Strip District with warmth, humor and deep knowledge.

3 weeks ago


 Dan Barber, author of "The Third Plate."

'The Third Plate': Dan Barber writes a food manifesto for the ages

The esteemed chef of Blue Hill in New York wants a revolution in the kitchen -- and at the farm.

3 weeks ago


 Earlier this month, EatPGH and the Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership hosted the second Urban Supper Downtown in the 900 block of Liberty Avenue.  This is the scene from the first Urban Supper last fall.

Diners pay big bucks for one-time dinners

Single events can sell out in Pittsburgh because they’re a viable alternative to the kind of dining that’s happening elsewhere.

4 weeks ago


 Thomas Keller speaks to guests at the Duquesne Club, where he was honored by the Pittsburgh Botanic Garden.

Chef Thomas Keller honored with elaborate dinner at the Duquesne Club

More than 350 guests attended the Garden to Table gala honoring Chef Thomas Keller.  The event benefited the Pittsburgh Botanic Garden.

1 month ago



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