Has anyone tried this yet? I unfortunately missed this last time I was in da 'Burgh but figure this to be one of Pittsburgh's true chowhound experiences. I've only been to one Bulgarian restaurant (here in NYC where I live) and can honestly say I've never seen Macedonian food. And on the third Saturday of each month, they do various soups from aroun the world. (A press release mentions African Yam Soup.)
Would some adventurous chowhound try this out and report back? You'll be helping out a worthwhile organization while you're at it.
Here's a blurb from the Western PA site:
September 13, 2003 to May 2, 2004
Soup Sega means Soup Now! Every Saturday from 13 September and every Saturday thereafter, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., the Center will offer tasty, gourmet soups from our kitchen. These delicious, all-natural soups, both vegetarian and non-vegetarian come from handed-down recipes native to the various regions of Bulgaria. And, every third Saturday of the month, we will offer a special soup highlighting other tastes and cultures such as Spicy African Yam, Greek Lentil with Kale, Thai Tom Ka Gai, along with all our other tasty concoctions. All soups are frozen in quart containers. $4.00/quart for vegetarian soups and $5.00/quart for meat and special soups. Call 412-461-6188 for details, ordering and directions to our West Homestead Cultural Center and Museum.
The address is:
Bulgarian-Macedonian National Educational and Cultural Center
449 West 8th Avenue
West Homestead, PA 15120