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The latest from Community Kitchen Pittsburgh

From our friends at Community Kitchen Pittsburgh: Rebecca Romagnoli from The Vandal May 23, 2019 6:30PM – 9:00PM Get tickets now! Born just south of Pittsburgh, Chef Rebecca Romagnoli embarked on her culinary journey at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. While a student there, she excelled at her studies and earned the prestigious James Beard…

Chatham University – CRAFT’s Food & Ag Lab launch!

Slow Food Pittsburgh’s Laptop Butchershop

Slow Food Pittsburgh‘s Laptop Butchershop celebrates fourteen years of connecting Pittsburgh with organic and/or carefully-raised local meats and poultry. Animals are pastured, meaning they are raised outdoors on grass, the way nature intended. Some animals are fed grains, also carefully raised. The meat is exceptionally delicious and heart-healthy, rich in correctly balanced CLA’s/nutrients. These products…

PittWire: ‘You Are Fantastic! Pick Ugly Produce!’

Jillian Hmurovic, a doctoral candidate in marketing at the University of Pittsburgh’s Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business, and her colleagues Lauren Grewal of Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College and Cait Lamberton, also of Katz, and Rebecca Walker Reczek of Fisher College of Business at Ohio State University found that people devalue…

Controlled Environment Agriculture Workshop

This free workshop is a chance for you to learn or share about controlled environment agriculture. Controlled Environment Agriculture workshop Is it an opportunity for me? Saturday, March 23 9 am – 12 pm Thinking about investing in Controlled Environment Agriculture (CEA) or expanding your current efforts? Chatham University will offer a workshop on CEA…

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