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  • The April 16 sandwich: Cemitas Puebla

    The April 16 sandwich: Cemitas Puebla
    Day 16 of 30 sandwiches in 30 days.  The Cemitas Atomica This Pueblan paean to the pig is glorious excess defined, three interpretations of pork in a sandwich requiring a snakelike unhinging of jaw to devour. Three slices of Krakus ham, a guajillo...
  • This week in food writing

    This week in food writing
    Your weekly compendium of food stories from the Tribune's Good Eating and Dining staff. *** Our Good Eating cover this week, from special contributor Susan Taylor, looks at the many varietals of apples. "The Age of the Apple" *** September is the...
  • Reviewing (and giving props to) the restaurants you already know

    Reviewing (and giving props to) the restaurants you already know
    In this town, there’s a small group of us who call food writing our profession. And we're in a sort of race to discover the latest and best restaurants, then write about it first. What the Tribune realized was that when we focused only on what&...
  • Two Michelin-star chef Jason McLeod, formerly of Ria, surfaces in San Diego

    Two Michelin-star chef Jason McLeod, formerly of Ria, surfaces in San Diego
    The timing was strange. After chef Jason McLeod won two Michelin stars at Ria last November, shocking the Chicago dining scene but mostly himself, McLeod unexpectedly left the restaurant three months later. The Elysian Hotel’s press release noted...
  • 'Empire Carpet Man' dies at 89

    'Empire Carpet Man' dies at 89
    Lynn Hauldren, 89, the advertising copywriter who became the inspiration for the Empire Carpet Man in the 1970s and helped launch the company's signature jingle into national recognition, died Tuesday, according to an Empire spokesperson. Mr. Hauldren...
  • Hey dude, keep it simple when cooking your way to a woman's heart

    Hey dude, keep it simple when cooking your way to a woman's heart
    This article isn't for you, dear reader who willfully picked up the food section. If you know that gastrique is a sauce and not an antacid, no need to read on. Kindly pass this along to the men in your life whose preferred cooking apparatus remains the...
  • What's your lunch style?

    What's your lunch style?
    What's your lunching style? Do you check out new eateries every day or tote something from home? Here's what Lunch Box found when we e-mailed a few folks to ask about lunch styles. Rick Bayless eats at his "desk." Of course, the "desk" for Mr....
  • The war between the tastes in BBQ

    The war between the tastes in BBQ
    SHELBY, N.C. — I've been breathing North Carolina air for two hours, and already I've come to the realization: Here, much like the rest of the South, "barbecue" is a noun and not a transitive verb. What's more, in Seattle (where I was raised),...
  • Former Carnivale chef Mark Mendez to open West Loop wine bar

    Former Carnivale chef Mark Mendez to open West Loop wine bar
    Chef Mark Mendez, who left Carnivale last September, has revealed his next move: opening a Spanish small bites/wine bar with his wife Liz in the West Loop. They’re calling it Uva, Spanish for grape, and it’ll be located at Lake and...
  • Google: Chicagoans search for 'hot dogs' 58 percent higher than national average

    Google: Chicagoans search for 'hot dogs' 58 percent higher than national average
    If there are any lingering doubts Chicago is a hot dog town, the Internet has put the debate to rest. The good folks at Google sent along some interesting data about search patterns for the term “hot dogs.” Their findings: 1) The term “...
  • Battling arts discourtesy in A+E: Theater texting

    Battling arts discourtesy in A+E: Theater texting
    Here’s a way to break the mood in a darkened theater: Pull out that smartphone and sent your instant review to a friend, or check your text messages. Tribune reporter Nina Metz examines the compulsions -- societal, psychological and even...