Hometown Homegrown – GoodTaste! Pittsburgh

Celebrate the region’s passion for food at the 8th annual Hometown–Homegrown

Saturday, October 19, 2019

10am - 3pm

Heinz History Center

Smallman Street - The Strip

Named one of the 10 Festivals In Pittsburgh That Food Lovers Should NOT Miss by Only In Your State

Calling all foodies! Get a taste of Western Pennsylvania’s finest flavors at the eighth annual Hometown-Homegrown™, presented at the Heinz History Center in partnership with GoodTaste! Pittsburgh®. In its 8th year, this annual event is a fabulous food expo that celebrates Pittsburgh’s passion for food—neighborhood by neighborhood.

Come hungry for delicious food and drink samples from 30+ local vendors. From savory to sweet, there’s something for everyone at the tastiest food expo in town! Enjoy food demonstrations, live music and more -- all in the backdrop of the fabulous Heinz History Center.

As one of the best in the “Burgh”, we invite you to participate in GoodTaste! Pittsburgh and Heinz History Center’s showcase of our region’s rich food traditions.

The Hometown-Homegrown™ event (including food samples and activities) is included with regular History Center admission and is free for History Center members. Join as a member today! Admission includes access to all History Center exhibitions.

You can purchase admission to Hometown-Homegrown™ in advance online.



10:30 a.m.: Food Talk with Clover Creek Cheese Cellars (Campbell Gallery, 4th floor)
11:00 a.m.: Cooking Demo with Chef Kate Romaine from Black Radish (Weisbrod Kitchen Classroom, 3rd floor)
11:30 a.m.: Food Talk with Honeybee Farms (Campbell Gallery, 4th floor)
Noon: “57 Servings from the Heinz Table” with author Emily Ruby (Library & Archives, 6th floor)
12:30 p.m.: Food Talk with KraftHeinz Company’s Senior Food Scientist Rachel Russel (Weisbrod Kitchen Classroom, 3rd floor)
1:00 p.m.: Food Talk with Wigle Whiskey (Campbell Gallery, 4th floor)
1:30p.m.: “57 Servings from the Heinz Table” with author Emily Ruby (Library & Archives, 6th floor)
2:00 p.m.: Cooking Demo with QED Cooks’ Chris Fennimore (Weisbrod Kitchen Classroom, 3rd floor)


Hometown-Homegrown is a proud contributor to 412 Food Rescue.