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March 2011

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FEATURES

Wild Thing
Forage with Tom and Cavan Patterson, brothers whose wild mushroom finds are all the rage at local restaurants.

Bloom Where You’re Planted
Tour the new 10,000-square-foot garden in front of The Children’s Institute of Pittsburgh, where kids can dig in and experience plant life as a form of therapy.

DEPARTMENTS

Season’s Greetings
Brush off the chill of winter with our warm wishes, fresh finds, and healthy happenings.

Calendar
Commit to a cooking class, indulge in a beer tasting, and book a seat at a local dinner. There’s lots to do this month!

Glossary
Get down in the dirt with these garden-friendly crops. We tell you what to plant this month.

Edible Chatter
Garner ideas for what to do with your pantry’s stock of tomato sauce, read up on a grant to improve lunch lines, and see which campus is offering a greener education.

Culinary Conversation
Meet Erin Hart and Liz Kanche, the organizers of the Farm to Table Conference at David L. Lawrence Convention Center March 25-26.

From the Market
Take a tour of Pittsburgh Public Market, and meet the main players in local food, drinks, and products.

Edible Dining Guide
Make a reservation at one of Western Pennsylvania’s restaurants that is a leader in local food.

Edible Directory
Thumb through our list of natural stores and markets, and find a farm stand near you.

Edible Essence
Romance yourself with rosemary — the season’s herbal wonder.

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