Batch: “Handmade & Homegrown” in Saxonburg

Meghan Pohl and Jessica Brewster are two friends that had their own distinct entrepreneurial dreams. Jessica wanted to “create unique, small batch food” and...

The Beers of the Burgh Festival in Review

No longer are people hedging their bets, keeping one toe dipped into a pool of lukewarm suds while keeping the other grounded on terra...

Forging a Deeper Appreciation of Western PA’s Culinary History

Among current food trends in Pittsburgh, you may have noticed the locavore movement. The concept is simple: you buy, eat, and cook food using...

Umami: Japan Meets Lawrenceville

‘Umami’ is a word we stole from Japan meaning ‘savory’ – but umami is really a balance between all the other tastes; it’s not...

Thinking Food? Think Raw!

Winter has come to an end and so have the nights of curling up in your sweatpants accompanied by a plate of warm cookies...

New Cocktails, Late Night Eats, and Al Fresco Dining at Meat & Potatoes

Spring has officially begun and, although some dreary days still linger in Pittsburgh, clear skies and picnic weather are just around the corner. To...

Authentic Central Asian Served in Pittsburgh

Looking for something a little more adventuresome than Thai or sushi? What about Uzbek? Uzbek cuisine got its start in the city of Tashkent, which...

The Best New Place to Drink in Pittsburgh

Some of Pittsburgh’s most interesting drinks have a home at one of Pittsburgh’s most interesting bars. Hidden Harbor, which opened in January of this year,...

Free Ice Cream in Pittsburgh’s Strip District

In 1936, during the great Pittsburgh flood, a young man named Raymond Klayvon got trapped in his parents’ drug store, only managing to escape...

A Guide To Building Your Own Asian Pantry at Lotus Market

Foodies and non-foodies alike may have recently stumbled across The Beginner's Asian Pantry, a comprehensive yet simplistic guide to building a pantry which will...

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