Eating local is environmentally friendly, but it's hard to find local meat in the supermarket. So a group of foodies in Pittsburgh have taken 'farm to table' into their own hands. The Allegheny Front's Reid Frazier went to find out how, and got in on some of it himself.
Across America, homesteaders are taking another look at a rare kind of "heritage breed" of dog. The English shepherd used to be a common presence in most Americans’ lives. Hobby farmer and search-and-rescue dog handler Ken Chiacchia tells us how he came to belong to a particular dog.
Historically, people have taken advantage of harvest time by preserving foods through fermentation.
Elizabeth Schandelmeier-Gilgunn of Slow Cooked Pittsburgh picked out farm-fresh items at the Phipps Conservatory Farmer's Market in
Over the last 30 years, American consumers have sought leaner pork.
What better way to choose beef than from a cow you sort-of, kind-of, "know"? That's what happens in a beef draft.