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Greek Gourmet in Squirrel Hill develops its own ice cream

Greek Gourmet in Squirrel Hill develops its own ice cream

“I’ve tested it not only on vegan customers but on children, who are the harshest critics.”


Looking to get into animal husbandry in Pittsburgh? It’s doable … with caveats

“Here’s a breakdown of how, where and what animals can be kept in Pittsburgh.”

Eat Me: Arroz con pitu de caleya

Good things are brewing in Spring Hill

“When I came up here, it reminded me of all the reasons I love Pittsburgh.”

Pittsburgh’s first food truck park opens for weekend service

“We were really happy with the turnout.”

Pittsburgh Craft Beer Week kicks off its seventh year

“It’s collaboration and solidarity.”

Eat Me: Swedish Fish Oreos

Martini glass shape: elegant or outdated?

“There’s a bit of a backlash brewing against the triangle-shaped drinking vessel.”

Hilltop Urban Farm sets goals and launches volunteer days

“We’re just going to get down to kicking shovels into the ground and making the minute decisions.”

The Healing Center partners with a chef to educate about edibles

“It might be easier for a child to eat a cookie than to take a medicine or try to spread a tincture under their tongue.”

Eat Me: The Mantis

Millvale’s Draai Laag relaunches as Strange Roots Experimental Ales

“I love beer, and I’ll love beer till the day I die.”

Young donut-makers twist tradition

Pittsburgh has been a stronghold of this dessert for years.

Perry High School raises money for in-school food pantry

“We asked ourselves, ‘Why are kids so mean?’”

Eat Me: Shrimp Curry

Do your best drinking out: Tips from a bartender

There’s no prize for finishing the most drinks before Happy Hour is over

Nineteenth-century cookbooks capture Pittsburgh’s culinary history

Cookbooks are one of the few historical forms in which women’s history and work is centered

Website hopes to add more informed choice to Pittsburgh’s diners

“We’re a technology company with food as its muse.”

Eat Me: Kanapki

Some wine and spirits owe their origins to Christianity

Vineyards were planted alongside the California missions to provide sacramental wine

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