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From a wine walk to chocolate painting, there is still time to plan fun events with mom this week.
Beer, wine and spirit events will be held in Lawrenceville and North Side.
Wine trails and wine walks are among all the festivities taking place in the Pittsburgh region as we gear up for the holidays.
Participate in a cookie tour in Lawrenceville and cookie extravaganza at Baldwin High School.
Polish-style Christmas with carols and dinner will be held in Oakland on Dec. 3.
Chef Giovanna Delli Compagni to cook a dinner hosted by Underground Kitchen at a secret location.
Lessons in making pies and nutritional food for children will be held and so will dinners for charity.
Pittsburgh Opera is holding a cake contest; Maggie’s Farm Rum and KingView Mead are raising money for South Park.
Wholey’s celebrates its 105th anniversary with a party, seafood class, petting zoo, balloons, samples, giveaways and live music on Saturday.
There also will be festivals this week inspired by the planet Earth and Congo rainforest, and wine and brew festivities.
Nine local chefs prepare a fall harvest feast with food stations, cocktails, beer, wine, hayrides, games, music and a silent auction.
The five-day rib fest will be held outside Heniz Field and Britsburgh Festival will be at various locations around Steel City.
The wine fest will be held at Seven Springs Mountain Resort; tomato and garlic festival at Phipps and food truck feast at McKees Rocks.
Little Italy Days, summer fest, and lessons on fermentation and baking are on the food-events calendar.
New online learning tools helps with developing, promoting, financing and raising funds for food businesses.
The Food Network chef will be visiting Press Bistro on Thursday.
Italian StrEAT Festival, Downtown, will highlight restaurant foods, cooking demonstrations and games.
Wine, wings and ramen festivals also on tap in Pittsburgh venues
Hop Farm Brewing Co., Wigle Whiskey and Claddagh Irish Pub are featuring events for Father’s Day.
The dairy-related tasting event will be held in Legume on Saturday.
A Donut Crawl, bike ride, games with doughnuts and a doughnut selfie station are all part of the festivities in New Wilmington.
North Side will host the Sandwich Week and Hungarian roast and the food street fest will be held in Wilkinsburg.
Opt for an elegant tea in Manchester or drinks and time with the pooch at Wigle’s barrelhouse.
The food fest will return with a “tried-and-true” menu of grilled meats and pastries.
Brewski Festival, Fill the Mug Charity Bar Crawl and Dormont Pub Tour are slated for this weekend.
A listing of festivals and food events scheduled for the coming weeks.
North Hills Brewfest and Cocktails & Camaraderie will be held this weekend.
Block party at Market Square, maple syrup festival, and Latin American & Caribbean Festival are on tap this week.
Event will feature sampling of foods, beer and spirits, demos and speakers at the convention center Downtown.
The week also will feature “breakfast and a movie,” and a spaghetti dinner for charity.
Inaugural ‘Halfway to the Festival’ party features Irish stew and other Pittsburgh Irish Festival favorites
Legendary Pittsburgh fishmonger and local cooking schools offer fish prep classes.
Napa Valley Red Blend is 80 percent zinfandel and 20 percent cabernet.
Fundraisers, festivals, Creole cuisine are part of the Fat Tuesday celebrations.
“All You Need is Love” features brunch fare and a visit to the galleries.
Larry Lagatutta of Enrico Biscotti and Joe Caliguire of Sarafino’s will lead culinary trips to Italy in April.
Monroeville Home Show offers “Dinner With the Sopranos,” featuring three actors from the television series.
The Trade Institute of Pittsburgh is using reused materials to help rebuild the lives of both oven builders and oven users.
The Michelle Obama-inspired public health organization is encouraging kids to eat healthfully, exercise every day and limit screen time.
Pittsburgh’s first indoor food truck festival is this Saturday in Monroeville.
Dinners will feature classic dishes, live music, cooking demos and conversations about Greek customs.
Mittens & Mingles, St. Nick Soiree and Pints for Primates hold benefits this week.
He will serve free samples of a 56-foot sub sandwich Friday on Fort Duquesne Boulevard, Downtown.
Stale bread will be converted into beer and a blend of apple brandy and cider will be made from foraged apples.
The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust benefit will feature a chocolate spread on four floors of the Benedum Center.
Five-course Italian meal will be held at Vallozzi’s and the Jamison lamb dinner will be in Latrobe.
New website extols virtues of ‘Greek liquid gold’ in hopes of stimulating flagging Greek economy.
Pittsburgh Food Policy Council creates awareness of food justice issues in a fun setting.
NYU professor will talk tomorrow at the convention center about obesity, food economics and how to bring change.
Priya Osuri creates spice blends to help home cooks produce authentic Indian fare.