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  • Real Urban BBQ to open second location in Vernon Hills

    Real Urban BBQ to open second location in Vernon Hills
    2010 was the year Chicagoland witnessed its barbecue boom, when nearly a dozen smoked meats purveyors opened from Wheaton to Rogers Park.  Among the more successful and highly-received restaurants is Highland Park's Real Urban Barbecue, and this spring,...
  • Top Chef Week 10 recap: The most insufferable recap yet

    Top Chef Week 10 recap: The most insufferable recap yet
    Ten weeks into these Top Chef recaps, as I once again sputter out a few hundred words on the show, I find myself writing less about the competition itself and more on philosophical matters.  (Pardon the pretension, allow me to sew a leather elbow patch...
  • Top Chef Week 12 Recap: Haikus for our fallen samurai chef

    Top Chef Week 12 Recap: Haikus for our fallen samurai chef
    In honor of our fallen samurai chef, a series of haikus for Chicago's most lovable molecular gastronomist: Chris Jones of Moto You're Padma's "Lovable Nerd" Melding science, food  We've bonded with you You're sodium alginate We're calcium salt ...
  • Top Chef Week 13 recap: Long Night's Journey into Day

    Top Chef Week 13 recap: Long Night's Journey into Day
    We’ve reached the equivalent of Mile 22 in the Top Chef marathon. Vision gets blurry, the lactic acids are burning holes through our calves, and everything around you starts to feel ... weird. We know the show’s taping schedule is...
  • Top Chef Week 14 Recap: Tragic Hero

    Top Chef Week 14 Recap: Tragic Hero
    For the first 11 episodes of Top Chef, Beverly Kim’s journey was a Greek tragedy. Castigated, chastised, verbally beaten down by fellow contestants, she was booted in an episode where no one deserved elimination. In that Charlize Theron-starred...
  • Ya gotta...

     
    Here are the Ya Gottas from today's Prickly Pair Podcast. Phil Rosenthal --The "Turkeys Away" episode of "WKRP in Cincinnati," best-remembered for its tagline: "As God is my witness, I thought turkeys could fly." Scott Stantis -- Daniel Patrick Moynihan:....
  • Franks ‘N’ Dawgs to offer charcuterie program

     
    Tribune food writer Kevin Pang has the scoop on a new project from Franks ‘N' Dawgs: Our friends at Franks ‘N' Dawgs have informed us of a rather exciting development: The Lincoln Park spot will be the first hot-dog stand in Chicago to start a...
  • James Beard awards includes one Florida chef nominee

     
    Hedy Goldsmith of Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink in Miami has been nominated for Outstanding Pastry Chef in the prestigious 2012 James Beard Foundation awards, the nation’s most prestigious recognition program honoring professionals in the...
  • 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...
  • What's Next?

    What's Next?
    Recipe 695 in Auguste Escoffier's "Le Guide Culinaire" is Puree Palestine, a sunchoke and roasted hazelnut soup. The five-sentence recipe, much like the 5,011 others in the book, is rather vague. Few recipes even call for salt. Dubbed "Escoffier" for...
  • '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...