Food & Drink
The best tacos in Pittsburgh are not far away and everywhere you look, there are people touting their favorite.
Two Pittsburgh-area bakeries are finalists in a national competition.
Is it possible to say “I do” without the traditional wedding cake? The beribboned knife is at the ready, and the bride and groom gently grasp it so they can slice — a cupcake?
Celebrate Easter without all the stress and hassle of cooking. Read on to find out about the five best Easter brunches in Pittsburgh for Easter 2013.
Passover is a yearly festival celebrated by people of the Jewish faith to mark remembrance of the story of the Exodus when the Israelites were freed from their Egyptian slavers. The date for passover is based on the Gregorian calendar and changes from year to year, falling on March 25 to April 2 this year. One of the most important observations during the Passover is that no leavened flour or grain can be consumed. For that reason, many recipes and food traditions have developed around recipes that are made this way. Whether you observe Passover every year or are new to Jewish traditions these adaptations on Passover favorites from local Chef Kate Cunning are sure to have you ready for the season.
Try Big Burrito chef Bill Fuller’s take on Ribollita — the perfect dish for a chilly day.
If you are looking to add a little bit of sparkle to your next get-together, nothing says spring like a sparkling cocktail. Here are some great champagne cocktail recipes from local experts.
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.