I know there are a few folks that read this blog that LOVE mac and cheese. The Carnegie Library in East Liberty is hosting a Mac & Cheese Cook-off on Saturday, February 25, 2012.
Think you have the best mac & cheese recipe in town – you can enter to win fame and prizes too.
Registration is required.
Judges for the event include:
Danielle Brendel: Retail Manager of Sweet Tammy’s Bakery
Megan Lindsey, Co-owner of the Franktuary Hot Dog Truck
More details and registration information available here.
The World’s Best Mac and Cheese (whitehothair.com)
3 Tips for Making… Read the rest
Twitter is all abuzz about the newest establishment to open in Pittsburgh. Station Street Hot Dogs, located on Broad Street (kind of behind the new Target) in East Liberty, official opens today at 4pm.
We got a sneak peek at the place from Dave Lagnese (who is a super supporter of the neighborhood – stop by and say hello to him at the East Liberty Farmer’s Market on Saturday mornings – he is the man behind the Kew Park coffee bar).
Here is his report on Station Street with a few photos…
Station Street Hot Dogs opened today at 5:00.… Read the rest
Over the holidays, the Post-Gazette reported that over 30 restaurants opened in Pittsburgh last year! Which new restaurant was your favorite? We are looking forward to trying a bunch during Pittsburgh Restaurant Week.
2012 is already looking like another great year for the Pittsburgh food scene as well. Here are a few openings to look forward to…
Station Street Hot Dogs
Salt of the Earth’s Kevin Sousa and partners are reopening the hot dog shop that is located behind the new Target in East Liberty. Pittsburgh food blogger Cooking For My Dad has been tweeting with Station Street about their… Read the rest
One of the best kept secrets in the East Liberty Farmers’ Market is the Kew Park Coffee Bar. The short version of the story is … a The Lagnese’s family, who live in Pittsburgh, takes a trip to Jamaica, visits the Kew Park Coffee Plantation and form a partnership to bring the Kew Park Coffee directly to Pittsburgh. Dave Lagnese has volunteered much of his time to bring great things to the East Liberty Farmers’ Market (plus he also donates his time to Construction Junction).
If you haven’t stopped by the East Liberty Farmer’s Market – you really should –… Read the rest
We are thrilled to learn that the cafe space at The Union Project has reopened as Cafe Ola Appetite! The Union Project is a former church that through a lot of volunteer work has been transformed into a community space. The cafe closed a few years ago and they have been searching for the right person to take over the cafe space.
The Union Project is located at the corner of Stanton and Negly Avenues in East Liberty. It is a great place to meet for a lunch or coffee meeting because there is a bus stop right out front… Read the rest