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.
So much effort, technology and marketing go toward women’s hair services that men are often left out in the cold. Whether you need a quick clean up or a full-on makeover, finding the right stylist and salon doesn’t have to be a struggle. These are Pittsburgh’s tried and true favorites, guaranteed to give you just the right cut every time.
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.
Getting your ears pierced can be a big decision. If you have waited until adulthood, the thought of needles or piercing guns could be enough to keep you from making the plunge. Rest assured, ear piercing is a pain that quickly subsides, and with the proper care, it will be done without incident. For very young children, many pediatricians will perform ear piercing and give you the proper products needed to care for the piercing until it is healed. At any location, it is best to go on a busy day to see how the piercer handles the people before you. If you are not satisfied after seeing this, it may be best to return on a different day to work with a different technician. If you don’t know where to start in finding the right fit, these area businesses boast the title of best places for piercings in Pittsburgh.
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.
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.
Mediterranean cuisine contains a wide variety of dishes from the countries surrounding the Mediterranean Sea. France, Italy, Spain, Greece, Turkey, Cyprus and Syria are just some of the options. Although these countries have varied backgrounds and heritage, the common theme to their food is fresh meat, vegetables and herbs prepared by grilling or broiling. In Italy and Spain, fresh seafood makes up an important part of the diet in dishes such as paella and risotto with seafood. If you are in the mood for some fresh, healthily prepared dishes with abundant fresh spices, these restaurants offer the best of the Med right here in Pittsburgh.
The slight chill, softer sunlight and changing leaves, autumn is certainly in the air. Its time for the sweet treats only autumn can provide, from harvest fruit to salty caramel and earthy nuts. As the weather cools and the days get shorter, these are the best places in Pittsburgh for fall treats you’ll never forget.
Which pizza style is your favorite? If your answer is brick-oven pizza, then here are five restaurants in Pittsburgh you may want to try.
From old-fashioned barbecue to upscale Pan-Asian cuisine, these five chefs offer different types of food for your enjoyment. However, they all have one thing in common, and that is personality.
If the summer heat has you craving smoky, spicy BBQ, here are some great places to find the pork, ribs, sauce and chicken that you are longing for.