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October / November 2011

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FEATURES

Set the Table, Steelers Style
Break out the black and gold décor, and pair it with a tailgate-inspired menu, dreamed up by catering expert Rania Harris. There’s even a Terrible Towel cake to serve to your Steeler Nation crew!

Take Me to The Rivers
Order a steak dinner at Andrew’s Steak & Seafood at The Rivers Casino, where Executive Chef Richard Marmion makes it his goal to create seasonal, locally minded fare.

Garden Tour
Beer here! It’s time to tap the keg for a taste of fall’s best brews, from pumpkin-spiced pours to hoppy pales ales. We also got the details on what to order with your drink.

Comfort Food
Grab the ladle, and serve up some soup, stocked with squash, spices, and other seasonal ingredients.

DEPARTMENTS

Season’s Greetings
Fall for autumn’s awesome local food offerings with us!

Calendar
Keep active with our calendar listings, including wine dinners, lectures, beer tastings, and live music.

First Course
Get your serving of news in these grazing pages, packed with announcements about local farms, restaurants, and nonprofit
organizations.

Feedback
We want to hear from you! Send us your opinions and food photos for this new department.

In Season
Bring on the butternut squash crop, and cook it in a number of creative ways. We have eight recipes to try.

Local Leaders
It’s taco time at Reyna Foods, serving up street lunch treats in the Strip District, featuring handmade chips and tortillas.

Edible Excerpt
Fast Food Nation author Eric Scholsser bring us up to date on what’s happening with the U.S.
food industry.

Three Ingredient Fix
Ready for the challenge? Three local chefs create recipes focused on three seasonal ingredients:
apples, sage, and pumpkin.

Perfect Pours
Feeling hot? If not, we’ve got just the drinks to keep you nice and toasty — hot toddies!

Online Dish
Become a part of the local blogging community. Use our roundup of internet-friendly
foodies as your guide!

Edible Dining Guide
Make a reservation at one of the region’s restaurants that’s leading the way with locally sourced ingredients.

Edible Directory
Get the details on the local vendors listed in this issue.

Last Bite
Get the garden ready to plant garlic. November is the time to put the bulbs in the ground!

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