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  • Author killed in house fire lived colorful life

    Author killed in house fire lived colorful life
    SAN DIEGO - San Diego author found dead in her Normal Heights house fire over the weekend was remembered for her colorful lifestyle. Jennifer Brennan wrote six cookbooks and with each book came a personal story. "She was an excellent cook and she was...
  • X Factor Auditions, Part Four: People Who Can Sing Are Waiting

    X Factor Auditions, Part Four: People Who Can Sing Are Waiting
    It seems like just yesterday ‘The X Factor’ began.  That’s probably because it was only last week, but considering I am seven blogs in, it feels like it has gone by very quickly.  Especially since Thursday night brought the final round...
  • Paladar opening soon in Logan Square

    Paladar opening soon in Logan Square
    After 42 years, the old El Cid taco place near Congress Theater in Logan Square is being reinvented. Owner Jose Gonzales, who was born and raised in Cuba, bought out his business partners to pursue a new venture close to his heart: Paladar (2115 N....
  • Sunday, August 19, 2012

    5 - 5:30 a.m. The Great Outdoors with Charlie Potter  5:30 - 6 a.m. Love Changes Life 6 - 6:30 a.m. The Lutheran Hour 6:30 - 9 a.m. The Sunday Papers with Rick Kogan 9  - 11 a.m.   Dean Richards  10:35 a.m. Dean visits with Jennifer Hudson about how...
  • Dishing about food writing

    Dishing about food writing
    Food lends itself to good writing because, as M.F.K. Fisher so famously wrote long ago, writing about food often means writing about “other, deeper needs for love and happiness.” In defense of her craft and her subject, she declared: “...
  • Mother's crepes still inspire

    Mother's crepes still inspire
    The family crepe tradition started after the parents spent a week in New York attending a family wedding. They enjoyed fancy, filled crepes at the wedding brunch and were instantly hooked on the delicate French pancakes. The search for a suitable crepe...
  • Make this recipe and call me in the morning

    Make this recipe and call me in the morning
    Imagine the day your doctor hands you a recipe instead of a prescription. Or what if hospitals were equipped with teaching kitchens where patients could trade in their hospital gowns for aprons before being discharged. That's the vision of Dr. David...
  • Fighting back with fame

    Fighting back with fame
    Celebrities use their fame to raise awareness about breast cancer and followings to raise funds. Actress Sarah Chalke from the television hospital comedy "Scrubs" is the 2009 Passionately Pink for the Cure Ambassador. On the Komen Web site and publics,...
  • Go red, white or rosé

    Go red, white or rosé
    July 14 is Bastille Day in France, and it truly is, as the French call it, "La Fete Nationale." The celebration marks the day in 1789 when angry mobs stormed the notorious Bastille prison in Paris and symbolizes the start of the French Revolution....
  • Q&A with Art Smith

    Q&A with Art Smith
    Art Smith is having quite a winter. He turns 50 on March 1 — the same day he celebrates Common Threads' fifth annual World Festival fundraiser at Soldier Field, which boasts (for $250 a ticket) dishes prepared by Rick Bayless, David Burke, Tyler...
  • Tribute to Mary Kitchen

    Tribute to Mary Kitchen
    Like many divine personalities, Mary Kitchen has a past shrouded in mystery. No one really knows if the goddess of corned beef hash is based on a real person or not, and why the name was chosen. Though Hormel Foods is marking the 61st anniversary of the...
  • What's cookin' on the food tube

    What's cookin' on the food tube
    America's TV screens these days serve up drama, gallons of tears, rage, scary scenarios, comedy, humans crunching odd critters, bleeped-bits and you-gotta-be-kidding moments. And that's just on the food and cooking shows. Our television appetite seems...