Food & Drink
Whether you like yours thin, fluffy or stacked three feet high, these five restaurants and diners have earned their reputation for serving up award-winning pancakes in the city placing them among the best places to celebrate National Pancake Week in Pittsburgh.
This article includes prices and locations of the five best Valentine’s Day menus in the Pittsburgh area in accordance to price, selection and overall quality for your big night.
Are you looking for a way to add a fun factor to your next party or gathering? Here are some creative cocktails that are sure to please your guests and teach you some cocktail making skills in the process.
Whether it’s for entertaining, wine pairing or cooking for your own enjoyment, you are bound to find something to delight the cheese lover in you at the best cheese shops in Pittsburgh.
Jan. 11 is National Hot Toddy Day and there’s no better way to celebrate than with this classic hot cocktail. While Pittsburgh doesn’t boast too many places that offer this comforting winter weather drink, there are several bars that serve up their own version of a hot toddy.
Spending time in the kitchen is a great way to bond with kids. It encourages creativity and helps to develop math skills and dexterity. Here are some easy meals that, with a little bit of supervision, you can make with your kids. Chef Kate Cunning understands cooking for kids, so much so that she teaches it. “I love cooking and want to show people of all ages what fun it can be,” she said. “At my cooking demonstrations, I always strive to show recipes that families can enjoy making together.” Here she’s done just that with three easy recipes for you and your family to enjoy any time.
This year saw some great expansions, rehabilitations and reimaginings of traditional fare in Pittsburgh. The South Hills and East Liberty seemed to have been the biggest beneficiaries of new food venues. Whether you are looking for street tacos, casual barbecue or something a little more upscale, the best new restaurants that opened in 2012 to rave reviews.
It’s that time of year again. Time for merry-making, holiday parties and fancy cocktails. This year, take your host or hostessing abilities up a notch with these creative cocktails, courtesy of expert Pittsburgh mixologists.
Whether the person on your list loves salty or sweet, there is certain to be a perfect tasty gift for them to enjoy at the best places to buy edible gifts in Pittsburgh.
Not only is pumpkin a great fall seasonal dish, but it is healthy, too. Pumpkin contains fiber and antioxidant vitamins A, C and E as well as mono-unsaturated fatty acids, which are great for heart health. This smooth and flavorful vegetable is not only great in sweet dishes, such as pumpkin pie, but also used in many savory foods. These are the city’s best pumpkin dishes to try when you are out and about in Pittsburgh.
If you’re tired of the same old family Thanksgiving dinner or just don’t want to cook and clean up the mess, it’s time to venture out a bit. Let one of the five great establishments cook for you and yours this holiday season. Whether dining in or out, these restaurants have something to please the kids, your diabetic Uncle Roy and even your spouse’s picky third cousin.
The Thanksgiving turkey is the center of the Thanksgiving meal and celebration. With all of the importance placed on turkey, it is good to know that there are more places to find a perfect bird than just your local grocery store. Here are some great places to get a Thanksgiving turkey in the Pittsburgh area.
The designation of sommelier is earned by a special group of people who study endlessly to hone their wine skills. These are Pittsburgh’s best sommeliers.
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