You Need To Eat This
There’s lots of pizza in Squirrel Hill, not to mention the infamous Aiello’s vs. Mineo’s rivalry.
The fried bologna sandwich is a Pittsburgh classic, I’m told.
It’s Easter time, which to many of us also means it’s Peeps time.
You guys, there is an ice cream festival this weekend!
Have you tried the Taco Bell breakfast?
This weekend my dreams came true — er, my food dreams. I found myself in a room filled with tables of delicious food and it was free and I could eat as much as I wanted (or at least as much as was socially acceptable).
A fish fry? What’s that? This is what I was saying two years ago after first moving to Pittsburgh.
I’m obsessed with one of Pittsburgh’s newest eateries.
It’s the New Year and, as always, I’m sure many will resolve to eat healthier.
It’s about to be one of my favorite times of year: Restaurant Week!
I have found the true reason for the season! Meet the gobblerito, Thanksgiving dinner + burrito.
Last night, Twitter basically exploded as the Pittsburgh episode of “Bizarre Foods America” with Andrew Zimmern aired on the Travel Channel.
People of Pittsburgh: I have found a new way to eat a pierogi. Behold, the pierogi pasty.
I have discovered what I’m confident is the best hummus in the world, found at It’s Greek To Me in Brookline.
Dear Pittsburgh, I would like to introduce you to something magical and special to my heart: See’s Candies.