Hadley and Delaney visit The Steel City in western Pennsylvania to discover how Pittsburgh has built on its early industrial foundations, embraced new technology and the arts, and forged a vibrant cultural scene. "A Taste of Pittsburgh" features a visit to Frank Lloyd Wright's architectural masterpiece Fallingwater, a tour of The Andy Warhol Museum to learn about the artistic legacy of Pittsburgh native Andy Warhol, a ride up The Duquesne Incline, close encounters at the National Aviary, an examination of Pittsburgh's emergence as a robotics leader, a tribute to Pennsylvania's Fred Rogers and his creation of Mister Rogers Neighborhood, and a tour of the historic Carrie Blast Furnaces where co-hosts Hadley and Delaney see first-hand how The Steel City honors its industrial foundations while embracing new pioneers and artists. Robert Vargo, Executive Chef at Pittsburgh's legendary LeMont's restaurant, provides a culinary taste of Pittsburgh as he shares a few of his signature recipes made with ingredients locally sourced from the specialty shops along the Strip District.

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