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  • Salad: Belgian Endive Salad with Pear, Nuts and Stilton Vinaigrette

    Stilton Vinaigrette: - 3 tablespoons tarragon vinegar - 2 ounces stilton cheese, crushed with a fork - A few drops Worcestershire sauce - Salt and fresh-ground black pepper, to taste - 1/4 cup walnut oil - 3 tablespoons olive oil Belgian Endive...
  • Sola, Trader Joe's offer options with Asian accent

    For those who work downtown and live on the Northwest Side, North Center can be a convenient stop for a take-out dinner on the way home. We recently checked out two nearby spots to see how they compare: Sola3868 N. Lincoln Ave.; 773-327-3868, www.sola-...
  • Beat winter's chill with beets

    Beat winter's chill with beets
    Here's a salad that combines the best of winter's produce and is elegant enough to start any dinner menu. I like the sweet beet flavor contrasting with the mildly bitter Belgian endive and the creamy, slightly pungent goat cheese. The vinaigrette...
  • Sweet indecision

    Sweet indecision
    A mound of peppers, tomatoes and eggplants glows scarlet, gold and lavender at the farmers market, a reminder of lingering late summer. At the stand next door, the first sweet winter squash and delicate fresh shelly beans catch early autumn's glimmering...
  • Recipe: Lobster-stuffed avocado salad with champagne vinaigrette

    Recipe: Lobster-stuffed avocado salad with champagne vinaigrette
    Total time: 40 minutes Servings: 4 Note: From the Lobster's Allyson Thurber Lobster salad 1 pound cooked lobster meat cut into 1/2-inch chunks 1/2 cup mayonnaise 1/4 cup diced celery 1/4 cup thinly sliced green onions 1/4 cup peeled, seeded and...
  • Give us the greens

    Sometimes you just have to have lettuce. Usually, it's a salad. And these early fall days, as farmers markets fill up with gorgeous, leafy heads — many too tender to flourish in high summer's heat — some lettuce looks so appealing, so...
  • An old friend in new digs

    An old friend in new digs
    Twenty minutes after collapsing into the booth, all jangled nerves and exhaustion after an overloaded day, our dinner companion surveys the scene with a beatific smile. He's a poster boy for the transformative power of a good meal — and this one's...
  • The toast of Burbanque

    The toast of Burbanque
    I didn't mention where we were going when I invited two girlfriends out to a French bistro with my husband and me. I knew they both loved French food — foie gras! moules! coq au vin! — and that one thrilled at the prospect of a honeymoon in...