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December 2010 / January 2011



Sweet Tradition
Feel the warmth of the holidays when you heat up the pizzelle iron and whip up a batch of this timehonored, traditional treat.

Farm Share
Make your most prized recipe, load it up in Tupperware, and share with your neighbors at the Penn’s Corner Farm Alliance Potluck! The community supported agriculture program is accepting new subscriptions now.

The American Chestnut
Did you know? The American Chestnut tree is native to the Appalachian Mountains. But, before you add this crunchy treat to your holiday stuffing, read up on the American Chestnut Foundation’s efforts to bring back this once-powerful crop.

The best coffee
We’ve tallied your votes and are proud to share the winners of Edible Allegheny Magazine’s Best Coffee Awards!


Season’s Greetings
Eat, drink, and go local with our happy holiday wishes to you!

Head out of hibernation — we’re sensing a warming trend in December and January, which are packed with beer tastings, charity dinners, and concerts.

Take part in winter’s hearty harvest of root vegetables, cruciferous crops, and even, pomegranates!

Edible Chatter
Join our region’s busy locavore community — a new garden is growing in Lawrenceville, a “green boulevard” is being built along the Allegheny River, and famed chef Martin Yan is cooking at Market
District. Plus! We’ve rounded up 10 local-minded non-profits for you to
“like” on Facebook!

Culinary Conversation
Learn how to cook everything with Mark Bittman, The New York Times columnist and master recipe
composer. Here, he issues a call to solve America’s food problem.

Thirst For Knowledge
Arrive to every holiday party with the perfect local wine. We have reds and whites from our favorite wineries.

Edible Dining Guide
Get the details on restaurants in Western Pennsylvania that have made a commitment to supporting local farms and produce.

Edible Directory
Look for the farm stand nearest you in our directory of farmers’ markets.

Edible Essence
It’s a rad world. Check out these beautiful radishes!

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