This week, we uncovered the best bread in Pittsburgh and ate pizza for breakfast. Here's what's dishing on the blogs we follow:
On the local restaurant scene, Pittsburgh Magazine found the Best Baguette in Pittsburgh at Five Points Artisan Bakeshop in Squirrel Hill; Good Food Pittsburgh announced that Habitat introduced the new winter dessert menu; the girls from eatPGH paid a visit to Stagioni; and Dan from Pizza Walk with Me ventured out to Slice on Broadway.
On the local food menu, Leah from Brazen Kitchen improvised a Pizza Stuffed French Toast for breakfast. Jessica from How Sweet It Is opted for a ridiculous Marinated Kale and Whipped Ricotta Pizza. The Brown Eyed Baker taught us how to make Homemade Flour Tortillas. Haute Pepper Bites whipped up a killer Three Bean Chili and Bill from Three Dogs BBQ found a recipe for German Smoked Goose Breast. Yum Yum tried her hand at Pastitsio, Linda from Dinner Plan-it experimented with tasty Gypsy Kielbasa Unstuffed Cabbage, while Kathy from Chew Me! prepared a simple Thai Chicken Rice.
For some dessert, head over to How Sweet It Is and try this crazy good Peanut Butter Cheesecake with Marshmallow Frosting and Bananas, or to the Brown Eyed Baker for her favorite Better Than "Anything" Cake.
See you here next week!
Pittsburgh Magazine photo