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December 16, 2010

In this episode, Tonia Caruso visits Drunken Angels, the newly opened clothing, jewelry and art store of a local woman who spent part of the 1990's sleeping under a bridge. Also, in a new series "Behind the Line," Chris Fennimore profiles another one of Pittsburgh's great chefs, Andrew Hebson at the Sonoma Grille. And Michael Bartley introduces viewers to a Fox Chapel woman who creates holiday wreaths from Christmas tree ornaments.


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In this episode, Tonia Caruso visits Drunken Angels, the newly opened clothing, jewelry and art store of a local woman who spent part of the 1990's sleeping under a bridge. Also, in a new series "Behind the Line," Chris Fennimore profiles another one of Pittsburgh's great chefs, Andrew Hebson at the Sonoma Grille. And Michael Bartley introduces viewers to a Fox Chapel woman who creates holiday wreaths from Christmas tree ornaments.


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During the filming of "Behind the Line," Chef Andrew prepared a grilled veal cutlet with a black garlic demi glace sauce. Attached is his recipe for the sauce. | PDF

 


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