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  • On the BBQ trail

    On the BBQ trail
    There's a swath of our country that's built upon the foundation of meat plus smoke plus sauce. What a beautiful formula. It's too wide of a swath, however, to cover in three days, which was the amount of time I had set for a barbecue road trip. My goal:...
  • Baja-mian rhapsody

    Let us consider the fish taco. It is a travesty that Chicago, America's third-largest metropolis, lags so far in per capita fish taco consumption. True, you can find it, as I did at about a dozen restaurants, under the "fish taco" umbrella. Both fish and...
  • Lines that sound straight out of the movies

    Guilt or innocence aside, statements attributed in the criminal complaint to Gov. Rod Blagojevich and his associates sometimes sound as though they've watched a few too many tough-guy movies. Here are some examples, from wiretapped conversations excerpted...
  • Happy New Year

    HONG KONG--Twenty years have passed since I left this gleaming metropolis on the South China Sea. Those memories came rushing back on a sweltering afternoon in a crowded stall with one perfect bite. At Kau Kee Restaurant in the Sheung Wan neighborhood,...
  • Simplicity is the key to Pizza Rustica's best dishes

    First impressions: A couple of fly balls away from Wrigley Field's centerfield bleachers, there is Pizza Rustica, a modish, understated neighborhood spot. Unlike some of its Taylor Street counterparts, this is not the type of place you'll hear...
  • Jockey Wok offers taste of China

    First impressions: Jockey Wok 'n' Rolls, located in a homely Hoffman Estates strip mall, has perhaps the most unfortunate name for a local Asian restaurant alongside Ukrainian Village's Takie Outit and Lakeview's Ping Pong. Kitschy name aside, it has...
  • Jerry's moves uptown, upscale

    First impressions: As the Wicker Park stretch of Division Street slowly mutates into Viagra Triangle West, the restaurants here seem to engage in bouts of who-can-out-contempo one another. So along comes 1-month-old Jerry's, taking that most prosaic of...
  • Memo to Grant Park rally organizers

    The Obama campaign and the City of Chicago is planning a huge Election Day rally in Grant Park. Details are sketchy, and apparently planners are still struggling with the logistics. Well, we have experience attending this sort of event downtown (...
  • Two Florida restaurants included in 2010 James Beard Foundation Awards nominees

     
    The James Beard Foundation has announced the final nominees for the 2010 James Beard Foundation Awards, the nation’s most prestigious recognition program honoring professionals in the food and beverage industries, taking place May 2 and 3, 2010 in New...
  • Come hang out with me in the `Living Room'

     
    Roland Martin, The author I was supposed to interview at the Printers Row Lit Fest this weekend, pulled out at the last minute -- fear of my relentless inquisitorial style? Insulted by not getting a higher ranking interrogator? I'm not......
  • Former 'Top Chef' star has revived his dream

    Former 'Top Chef' star has revived his dream
    A plan was hatched. The moment his name was announced, they'd jump-tackle him onstage, ruffle his Mohawk on live television. That's how sure the other contestants were that Dale Levitski would win "Top Chef." Levitski would accept the $100,000 -- money...
  • How To Use One Last Ticket At The Taste Of Chicago

    How To Use One Last Ticket At The Taste Of Chicago
    (WGN-AM)- It happens every year. You leave the Taste of Chicago stuck with one extra ticket. What to do? Kevin Pang with a CLTV Special Investigation/Watchdog Unit report.