There may be snow on the ground, but you’ll stay warm with this tasty soup dish!
Feed your sweet tooth with this succulent dessert from DiSalvo’s Station Restaurant in Latrobe.
Hundreds of local fans turned out Wednesday afternoon, for pastry chef Buddy Valastro’s visit to the Giant Eagle Market District in Settler’s Ridge.
We’d all like to save time in the kitchen, and a new batch of cookware claims to help you cook faster, clean up easier, and eat healthier. KDKA-TV Morning News Anchor and “Does It Really Do That?” reporter Jennifer Antkowiak tested the Yoshi Blue and Orgreenic pans to see if they live up to those claims.
Neighbors helped contain a fire at an apartment building in Stowe Township early this morning. The fire started around 1:15 a.m. along the 300-block of Hemlock Way.
Perhaps you are a Pittsburgh native or perhaps you have visited the city and love the food. In either case, these Pittsburgh cookbooks offer delicious recipes, many from Pittsburgh celebrities, that you can enjoy at home.
This week, Chef Bill Fuller, of the big Burrito Group, is in the Pittsburgh Today Live kitchen with a creative meatball recipe!
Today’s warm weather isn’t the only indication that spring has arrived, as Friday marks the grand opening of the 31st annual Home and Garden Show at the David Lawrence Convention Center.
Attention ’Burgh foodies: Mark Saturday, November 5th, 2011 on your calendar. It’s time for GoodTaste! Pittsburgh, an event that any fan of the gastronomic arts worth his salt will be attending!
If you are considering taking a class or two to perfect (or discover) your gastronomic dexterity, this five-star menu of multi-culinary Pittsburgh cooking classes should certainly help get you started!
No Memorial Day weekend celebration is complete without a cookout, but just any grill won’t do. Consumer Reports tested 70 gas grills to find the best that won’t a hole in your wallet.
Frank and Joe Dentici offer great recipe ideas for Kuhn’s Cooking Hour.
What to do with all that leftover turkey? Rania Harris stops by the Pittsburgh Today Live kitchen with some ideas for Thanksgiving leftovers as well as some gift ideas now that the holiday season is […]
If you’re not careful, cracking an egg for your next meal could end with an unwelcome surprise when it’s time to sit down and eat. But the EZ Cracker says shells be gone. It can be found at most local stores for $20, and includes the EZ Scrambler, which says it will scramble eggs in the shell. But does it really do that?