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  • Breakfast with Ina Pinkney

    Breakfast with Ina Pinkney
    For a retiree, Ina Pinkney doesn't sit around much. Pinkney recently closed her beloved breakfast/lunch spot, Ina's, going out with a grand finale on New Year's Eve, capping a restaurant career that spanned 22 years in three Chicago locations. In the three months since, she has moderated and sat on panels, speaking about women chefs and the restaurant industry in general; joined a memoir-writing group ("some pretty damn accomplished people there," she said, admiringly); made a fistful of TV appearances; lent her name to a charity or two; and tirelessly promoted her one and only cookbook, "Taste Memories: Recipes for Life and Breakfast," which came out late last year.
  • Leah Eskin on 'Slices of Life'

    Leah Eskin on 'Slices of Life'
    When Leah Eskin first considered a career in journalism, she envisioned she would write about matters important with a capital "I," such as injustice and strife. That's not quite how things worked out. As the writer of "Home on the Range," a staple of...

    Test Kitchen Bonus: Key Lime Pie is Florida's official dessert

    Test Kitchen Bonus:  Key Lime Pie is Florida's official dessert
    This variation uses fresh juice. The recipe was developed by food writer Leah Eskin, a Tribune Newspapers special contributor: Key Lime Pie Serves: 8 Shell: 1 1/4 cups crushed graham crackers 5 tablespoons melted butter 3 tablespoons sugar...

    Sweet nostalgia

    Sweet nostalgia
    The cupcake was once all innocence: a stub of cake, a swirl of frosting. On a dressy day, adorned with a sprinkle. It worked the birthday-party circuit for the under-6 crowd. It didn't mind. It was the sidekick, junior, the kid in the pastel pan liner....