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Scratch to host Revival Nights, where diners can re-live favorite menus from now-closed Pittsburgh restaurants

Plus, other food news headlines from this week

Talkin' Snack: "Internationally inspired" M&M's

The first time I spotted these candies, they seemed unnecessary. But then I realized I could try them for this very necessary snack column.

Pittsburgh distilleries are making rum a spirit to watch

Forget Captain Morgan and Bacardi, this rum is for sipping, not chugging

Molinaro Ristorante & Bar charms with old-school Italian fare

Plates flaunt the expected — cavatelli and branzino — alongside rare, fresh inspiration

Pączki find life after Fat Tuesday

Local bakeries are happy to supply the demand for these calorie-rich, pre-Lenten treats

East End Brewing releases two new beers, in champagne bottles

If you tried them last year, they may taste different this time around

Ice cream and margs are still good in the winter: tastiest food stories in Pittsburgh

Happy National Margarita Day, Pittsburgh!

Talkin' Snack: Ranking vending machine pastries

They each cost $1, and they each expire on April fool’s day

Azorean Cafe brings island flavors to Pittsburgh

Everything is worth at least one bite

The Mexican War Streets preserves community with annual progressive dinner

Dinner moves from house to house, starting and ending at The Mattress Factory

Vote to make Picklesburgh the best specialty food festival in the country

Picklesburgh currently tops USA Today’s 10 Best Readers’ Choice Awards list.

Spoiler: Absinthe isn’t trippy

Apologies, believers in The Green Fairy. Absinthe’s criminal background isn’t all it’s cracked up to be

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