The first of many farm-to-table dinners was sold out and took place at the historic Pump House, overlooking the Monongahela River in Homestead, Pennsylvania. The historic building embodies the spirit of Pittsburgh: while it was the original Carnegie Steel Company’s Homestead Works, it now stands as a historic preservation site along The Great Allegheny Passage as part of the Three Rivers Heritage Trail – a 150-mile bike trail. The city of steel is now a technology hub with walking, hiking, and biking trails winding throughout the landscape. The smog in the air from the steel mill era has cleared and Pittsburgh now stands as a green city with an abundance of farms. It only seems natural to merge the farm-to-table movement with Pittsburgh’s historic past for the inaugural “Fighting Cancer with Food” dinner at this historic site.