March 2011 By Edible Allegheny on February 17, 2011 in Archive FEATURES Wild ThingForage with Tom and Cavan Patterson, brothers whose wild mushroom finds are all the rage at local restaurants. Bloom Where You’re PlantedTour 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 GreetingsBrush off the chill of winter with our warm wishes, fresh finds, and healthy happenings. CalendarCommit to a cooking class, indulge in a beer tasting, and book a seat at a local dinner. There’s lots to do this month! GlossaryGet down in the dirt with these garden-friendly crops. We tell you what to plant this month. Edible ChatterGarner 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 ConversationMeet Erin Hart and Liz Kanche, the organizers of the Farm to Table Conference at David L. Lawrence Convention Center March 25-26. From the MarketTake a tour of Pittsburgh Public Market, and meet the main players in local food, drinks, and products. Edible Dining GuideMake a reservation at one of Western Pennsylvania’s restaurants that is a leader in local food. Edible DirectoryThumb through our list of natural stores and markets, and find a farm stand near you. Edible EssenceRomance yourself with rosemary — the season’s herbal wonder.