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Homework: Pittsburgh Botanic Garden in North Fayette reopens

By Tribune-Review
The Pittsburgh Botanic Garden in North Fayette will reopen to the public on a permanent basis on  April 1. The garden, which is taking shape from ...

It’s time to think about planting cool-season vegetables

By Jessica Walliser
Because vegetable-growing season is almost upon us, I thought it would be helpful to create an easy-to-use planting guide for both new and experienced vegetable ...

Spring check-up: Gingham is this season’s fashion favorite

By JoAnne Klimovich Harrop
Check into gingham this spring. An array of colors, as well as basic black, make the checked-pattern look fresh and new, fashion experts say. “Gingham is everywhere,” ...

First Draft: Beer lovers at CoStar take the time to brew it right

By Chris Togneri
Jeff Hanna was moments away from getting married when his buddy Dominic Cincotta proposed a different type of union. “Dom was like, ‘Dude, we could ...

Farm to Table Conference to offer tips on how to ‘Cook at Home’

By Candy Williams
Home cooking shouldn’t only be what you eat when you visit your grandmother’s house. At the ninth annual Farm to Table Conference at the David L. ...

Celebrity Chef Tour plans dinner stop in Pittsburgh

By Rachel Weaver
Local food lovers will get a taste of what happens at New York’s esteemed James Beard House when a group of acclaimed chefs collaborate for ...

Cookbook author Joan Nathan delves into history of Jewish food

By Candy Williams
Tradition is important to food journalist and cookbook author Joan Nathan. It’s why she has written 10 cookbooks and is working on her 11th; it’s ...

KitchenWise: This Easter, master perfectly creamy scalloped potatoes

By The Associated Press
With Easter on its way, my mind has turned to scalloped potatoes, always a big hit at a holiday feast. And really, what’s not to ...