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  • Balancing spice, nuts in a sauce for fish

    Balancing spice, nuts in a sauce for fish
    Joyce Goldstein, author and chef, was my first cooking teacher in San Francisco many years ago. She has an amazing knowledge of Mediterranean food, and in her latest book, "Tapas" (Chronicle Books, $22.95), she explores the world of Spanish flavors in...
  • Michigan's coast is best by bicycle

    Michigan's coast is best by bicycle
    CROSS VILLAGE, Mich. — In the mitten-shaped state of Michigan, there is perhaps no prettier roadway than the squiggly one up north bordering the outer tip of the state's ring finger. That's state Route 119. It's formally known as the Tunnel of...
  • August 27: Lunchbreak - Executive Chef Jeff Brantley Makes Whitefish, Buerre Blanc and Pickled Vegetables

    August 27: Lunchbreak - Executive Chef Jeff Brantley Makes Whitefish, Buerre Blanc and Pickled Vegetables
    The Portage 3938 N. Central Avenue Chicago (773) 853-0779 www.theportagechicago.com Read more about the restaurant: metromix.com Whitefish Ingredients: 7 oz whitefish filet, skin on 1 oz olive oil (enough to coat pan) pinch each Kosher salt and...
  • How to Cook Fish

    When cooking fish it is important to understand the density and fat profile of the fish in addition to the consistency and the texture of the final product. The biggest challenge with fish besides finding a store that provides you with the freshest of...
  • Richard Noonan

    Richard “Dick” Noonan was born in Des Moines, Iowa on February 21, 1931. He passed away at his home in Corona del Mar, CA on May 19, 2011, at the age of 80. Dick was reared by his mother in Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin with his three brothers,...
  • Wisconsin food on the road

    Wisconsin food on the road
    "This ain't a Weight Watchers trip," warned a colleague, as she scribbled down stops I absolutely must make between getting off the S.S. Badger ferry in Manitowoc, Wis., and arriving in Door County two hours north. She plotted an itinerary that would...
  • Hole in my heart

    Hole in my heart
    Every Sunday morning from the time he was 2 until he was 12, Michael Zedek and his father would head to their Brooklyn neighborhood bagel shop. Much of his father's days were spent toiling in his auto mechanic shop, so time spent together was cherished....
  • March 23: Lunchbreak - Paccheri Con Tonno

    March 23: Lunchbreak - Paccheri Con Tonno
    Ristorante Al Teatro 1227 W. 18th Street Chicago (312) 784-9100 alteatro.us/ Paccheri Con Tonno Ingredients: 6 oz sushi grade tuna diced 3/8 inch cubed 5 campari tomatoes quartered 6 oz pureed tomatoes 8 oz paccheri pasta 1 clove garlic minced 2...
  • The Gossiping Gourmet: Taste the pleasures of Peru at DX

    The Gossiping Gourmet: Taste the pleasures of Peru at DX
    We discovered DX Peruvian Restaurant in a little collection of small ethnic eateries across the street from South Coast Plaza. Early influences from Spain and later China, Africa and Europe have all played their part in Peru's culinary evolution but,...
  • Phil Vettel recommends

    Phil Vettel recommends
    Talk about your faith-based initiatives: Lenten season is here (has been, for a week now), and through April 6, observant Catholics are not permitted to eat meat on Fridays. With Catholics being rather abundant in the Chicago area, quite a few restaurants...
  • Little Dom's: Part of the family

    I love the neighborhood feel of Little Dom's, the new Hillhurst Avenue spinoff of West Hollywood's Dominick's -- the way, as you wait for your table, the door stenciled with the name swings open, and in comes another knot of interesting-looking people:...
  • Holiday menu of discovery

    Holiday menu of discovery
    You can't cook just anything for Rosh Hashana. There are rules to follow, traditions to uphold. And I wasn't familiar with any of them: I grew up in Tornado Alley, in a Quaker boarding school in northern Iowa. But here I was, in Southern California,...