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Skewered foods are perfect for a big crowd with varied diets.
The best tastes come together at the end of summer in one, moist bite.
It’s simple to go vegetarian with an easy, cheesy eggplant dish with Italian flair.
Look beyond salads and sandwiches, and use the tomatoes in one-of-a-kind pies.
A super-speedy pasta dish makes good use of summer’s most prolific vegetable.
Cooking on a trail requires only one heavy pan and not a lot of work.
Bedford County farm is the first to sell local eggs at Giant Eagle.
Fermented black beans and doenjang give green beans a kick.
Beet, cucumber and corn ice creams are just as creamy and easy to make as the ones made with fruits and flavorings.
Some facts about ice cream and a recipe.
Pureed or brothy, sweet or savory, nutty or spiked with prosecco, chilled soups are welcoming this time of the year.
The dessert is moist, light and sweet without being cloying.
Cutting back on red meat? A turkey burger — one that adds a little fat to compensate for the leanness in the meat — is a fine substitute.
They are easy to make at home because all you need are alcohol, simple syrup and plenty of ice.
Whether they are brined or vinegared, pickles add plenty of punch when mixed in with dressings and salads.
A smoky, spicy bowl of summer’s favorite vegetable makes a wonderful seasonal supper.
Tender cobs can be dressed up with a tangy basil vinaigrette or herb butter or peppery chipotle-honey glaze or sriracha aioli.
They can be used in crunchy muffins, savory pies and basil-flavored stews.
Meals can be whipped up easily with the kit’s fresh vegetables and high-quality ingredients.
This summer squash is among the most versatile, working its magic in everything from salads, pasta dishes and soup to cakes and cookies.
Five unusual salsa recipes using common summer ingredients.
For its second year, a bigger festival will return to Downtown Pittsburgh on Friday and Saturday.
On July 14, celebrate Bastille Day with a classic French salad.
Author Yvonne Maffei showcases how Italian, Puerto Rican and other cuisines can be prepared the halal way.
Rising Creek Bakery in Mt. Morris continues to bake the salt-rising bread with a stinking starter.
Refreshing and healthful, Vietnamese-style rolls take the heat out of cooking in summer.
Flavors explode in zucchini fritters when the squash is combined with dill, mint and feta cheese.
The dessert was created in California in 1927 and revolutionized the American baking scene by using vegetable oil instead of butter.
The options are plenty when it comes to creating a menu with a patriotic palate — think fruit, meat, cheese and spices.
Light flaky pastry is the yin to the yang of rich barbecue pork in this easy summer appetizer.
Versatile beverage can be breakfast or lunch in glass or a snack in the middle of the afternoon or dessert after dinner.
Blueberry pancakes, scrambled eggs with smoked salmon and breakfast bread pudding are all crowd-friendly.
“Family Secrets: Experience the Flavors of Peru!” features a spicy blend of native, Spanish and Asian cooking styles.
A soup that offers a taste of Vietnam in a bowl is an ideal meal in hot weather.
Moist and fruity, the layered yellow cake is often served at pig roasts in the Carolinas.
Treat Dad on Father’s Day with a tasty, hearty sandwich that has roots in the Lone Star State.
This Greek pie travels well to graduation parties, backyard barbecues and picnics -— and it is yummy, too.
Take advantage of the bounty at your neighborhood farmers market to make salads, jams and pestos.
Nut Goodie Tumbprints are made with cocoa powder, chocolate chips, maple extract and peanuts.
Mittens & Mingles, St. Nick Soiree and Pints for Primates hold benefits this week.