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August / September 2009

CONTENTS August/September 2009
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FEATURES

The Man, The Mission, The Meal
Volunteer your time at Richard Shaver’s garden, where all of the crops cultivated are donated to the Westmoreland County Food Bank.

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Yes, Ve-Gan!
Bake up batches of dairy and egg-free desserts with Edible Allegheny’s
Associate Editor, Nicole Barley.
 
DEPARTMENTS

SEASON’S GREETINGS
Read all about our Edible adventures this month.

EDIBLE CALENDAR
Fill every weekend with a festival, fresh dinner, or fair.

EDIBLE CHATTER
Feel peachy at Soergel Orchards,
celebrate The Good Life Market’s one-year anniversary, and snack on local tomato stackers from DeLallo.

GREEN LIVING
Ride your bike on Car-Free Fridays, and grow sunflowers for sustainable energy.

EDIBLE GLOSSARY
Ratchet up the temperature at dinner time with the region’s spiciest peppers.

FROM THE KITCHEN
Slice local tomatoes with The Coventry Inn’s Chef Jonathan Nagy, a friend to farmers.

ECO CONVERSATION
“LEED” the green building revolution in Pittsburgh with Holly Childs, executive director of the Green Building Alliance as the city ramps up for the G-20 Summit in September.

FRESH COOKING
Fire up the cook top with Nap’s Cucina and Yarnick Farms as they join forces for a cool summer menu.

FROM THE FARM
Rove the land at Shenot farm, 120 acres with 150 years of family history.

PLANTING THE SEED
Plant perennials with Rania Harris of Rania’s Catering.

THIRST FOR KNOWLEDGE
Pour beers made with beets, candied ginger, and lots of hops at Bocktown Beer & Grill.

ECO KIDS
Join the food fight with the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank’s Kids Campaign to End Hunger.

EDIBLE DIRECTORY
Find your farmers’ markets with our listings!

EDIBLE ESSENCE
Bow down to the royally scrumptious purple eggplant.

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