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Pizza on the grill continues to be one of summer‘s hottest, and tastiest, trends.
Raising beef for the dinner table does far more damage to the environment than producing pork, poultry, eggs or dairy, a new study says.
The project is examining everything from how much land is devoted to farming to how the supply chain processes and distributes food.
Your coffee order may say more about your personality than you think.
Clairton farm stand opens today; kosher dinner in a synagogue Sunday.
David Leite, the head-”blahger,” posted a recipe for squash-blossom quesadillas that has only five ingredients. Boy, is it ever good.
Our columnist says they‘re great with a bit of orange.
It‘s a business model that’s dishing up many mouth-watering menu items for consumers‘ varied tastes.
New books are filled with recipes for this old-fashioned kitchen staple.
This one from Charleston, S.C., isn’t the easiest, but it’s the best.
Colonial Williamsburg offers a big harvest of food events.
As the price of meat continues to rise, city chicken may be a cheap, tasty option to consider.
Pilsen, which has for years welcomed Mexican residents, is experiencing the effects of gentrification.
How to keep your dogs well-hydrated and cool all summer?
General Mills hopes a pinch of cinnamon and a dash of fiber will be a recipe for stronger sales.
Our columnist has green beans, and two recipes for using them.
This year’s Croatian Lamb Roast Picnic will be held at Shuetzen Park in Millvale on July 13.
Starting Friday, a new tour eats its way from Market Square to the Strip and back.
Asparagus stars in this fresh-for-spring recipe enhanced with lemon zest.
Sherrie Flick takes a solo road trip and a residency at The Writers‘ Colony at Dairy Hollow in Eureka Springs, Arkansas.
Marilyn McDevitt Rubin will be remembered for her lifelong celebration of food and all the joys that surround it.
University of Pittsburgh students gathered for a picnic of Middle Eastern food featuring fattoush, stuffed grape leaves and baklava.
Traditional picnic fare makes for a summery feast.
"Scallions“ are what Mario Batali calls them in this grilled salad.
Steve Young is out to do for beer what Keurig did for coffee.
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.
This week’s include Corry, Kiski,
Celebrate America’s birthday with this show-stopping six-layer cake.
And he finds a lot of it in Pittsburgh, home to the biggest producer of Halal meat in North America.
Restaurants, Turkish group invite people to break the flat bread and more.
National group returns to Pittsburgh to swap cutters, stories and recipes.
Our columnist is looking forward to a bumper crop.