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Daily DishFood FYI: Fallout for Chick-fil-A franchise owners; cow's milk; blue cheese; earthworms...
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Twenty years ago, Bob Spitz spent several weeks touring Sicily in the company of Julia Child. "We ate and drank and talked. We talked about her entire life," recalled the writer of "Dearie: The Remarkable Life of Julia Child." "I had her voice in my...
Julia Child would have been 100 on Aug. 15, and the occasion is being marked by a flurry of published works honoring her as a woman, a cook, a television legend and even a cat fancier. But what about Child as writer? After all, her inaugural cookbook...
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Channel Guide MagazineI have my share of memories of Julia Child — from watching her truss a bird or flambée a dish in the pan when I was a kid, to that famous picture of her wielding a cleaver overhead, to eventually learning how to cook some of her recipes. For many of...
Liz Smith"ALWAYS A godfather; never a god!" said the late Gore Vidal, delivered in his usual pithy manner. More on this anon. BUT FIRST, let's give a thumbs up verdict to "Hope Springs" -- a rare little movie that is really about something, starring Meryl...
Liz Smith"SHE WAS CONFIDENT and she was consistent. Her voice proved that clear logic combined with stark honesty creates the most perfect wit. I think she'll be an even bigger icon than Mark Twain." This is excellent writer Joan Juliet Buck on Nora Ephron....
Tribune newspapersThe Man Who Changed the Way We Eat Thomas McNamee Free Press, 339 pp., $27 Ask your average Food Network viewer or Yelp poster about Craig Claiborne and you're likely to be met with a blank look and a "Who?" How fleeting is fame in the food world....
firstname.lastname@example.orgEditor's note: This is part of an occasional series of profiles of local restaurant chefs. Six years ago, Pam Smith faced the future and made a decision. The Martinsburg-area mother of three realized her kids would soon be out of high school and...
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This article has been corrected. See note at the bottom for details. Nora Ephron, who cast an acerbic eye on relationships, metropolitan living and aging in essays, books, plays and hit movies including "Sleepless in Seattle," "When Harry Met Sally..."...
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Daily DishREMEMBERING NORA Nora Ephron loved food. Maybe not as much -- or at least as vocally -- as Sally. But she really loved to cook. So there can be no better way to remember her than with this essay from......
When Charlie Trotter announced, just past the stroke of midnight on New Year's Day, that he would be closing his eponymous Chicago restaurant at the end of August, quite a few people vowed to get to Charlie Trotter's, one last time or even for the very...
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