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  • New cooking series reveals local chefs’ secrets

     
    Lakeview’s top chefs host international cooking series at Nettelhorst community kitchen...
  • Green City to host Chicago’s most popular chefs

     
    Who's serving up delicious dishes at Green City Market tonight: Rick Bayless, Stephanie Izard and Paul Virant, just to name a few....
  • 30 dishes to eat while visiting Chicago

    30 dishes to eat while visiting Chicago
    You've already waited in line for popcorn at Garrett. You've endured verbal abuse at The Wieners Circle. And you've devoured the Chicago classic that is the Italian beef sandwich (Al's #1 and Johnnie's being the best, depending on who you ask). So...
  • Archive: Hot Doug's, the quintessential Chicago restaurant

    Archive: Hot Doug's, the quintessential Chicago restaurant
    This article was originally published on May 26, 2011 Two months ago, I returned from unquestionably the greatest vacation of my life: 96 hours spent in New Orleans eating, drinking, dancing, stumbling merrily down Decatur Street, drooling Sazerac...
  • [Chef Change] The Review: Red O

    [Chef Change] The Review: Red O
    Pull up in front of the new Red O on Melrose and, before deigning to take your car, a valet in an embroidered guayabera and natty straw hat will lean into the window to ask, politely, if you've got a reservation. It's Mozza all over again. No reservation,...
  • In Madison, a bountiful, top-rated farmers market does not disappoint

    In Madison, a bountiful, top-rated farmers market does not disappoint
    MADISON, Wis. — Driving six hours round trip for a one-day visit to a farmers market might seem foolish, especially when there are plenty of decent ones in the Chicago area. But the Saturday Dane County Farmers' Market in Madison, Wis., not only...
  • Good Food fest returns to Chicago

     Good Food fest returns to Chicago
    The 10th Good Food Festival & Conference rolls back into town next week for three days of food, fun and (for some) finance. The first two days of the festival, held Thursday through March 15 at the UIC Forum (725 W. Roosevelt Road), are about connecting...
  • Deann Groen Bayless, restaurateur

    Deann Groen Bayless, restaurateur
    (Editor's note: This is a longer version of a story that appeared in the Chicago Tribune's Sunday features section.) Deann Groen Bayless has spent nearly three decades in the Chicago restaurant business and says she has never felt dismissed or...
  • Rick Bayless' hot chocolate and a malted version warm winter days

    Rick Bayless' hot chocolate and a malted version warm winter days
    Chilly weather demands hot chocolate to warm to body and soul and chefs have been happily stirring up variations on the concept ever since the Spaniards returned to Europe with chocolate from Mexico. Moctezuma and friends revered cacao, had a god of cacao...
  • Charlie Trotter service: Trotter alumni pay homage to celebrated chef

    Charlie Trotter service: Trotter alumni pay homage to celebrated chef
    Leave it to Charlie Trotter to inspire mourners to think more about the second word of “memorial service” than the first. The much-celebrated chef, who died last Tuesday at age 54 from as-yet-to-be-determined causes, certainly was...
  • River North: From gritty roots to urban chic

    River North: From gritty roots to  urban chic
    Gary Deutsch wanted to live in a neighborhood with the cosmopolitan flair and pulsating pace that his digs in San Diego lacked. He found that in River North, a once-derelict district being transformed by new development into one of the city's most vibrant...
  • 10 steps to begin correcting Chicago's open space shortage

    10 steps to begin correcting Chicago's open space shortage
    Ideas are bubbling that can help Chicago fix the dismaying lack of open space away from its park-rich lakefront. New York is closing lightly trafficked local streets and turning them into temporary playgrounds. San Francisco is taking parking spaces...